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The Internecine Project



Released: 13th Mar 2020


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Coming from the peak Roy Budd period – by this I mean post Get Carter and pre Diamonds - this score neatly bridges the two with Carter-style hypnotic jazz driven cues and superb Diamonds-style drama.

The film itself was a slick British thriller directed by Ken Hughes, set in a greay, gloomy London and based around espionage and murder. The plot is simple; former spy Robert Elliot (the ice cool James Coburn – with interesting facial hair and equally as interesting wardrobe) is given a big government job. In order to cut all questionable ties and clean up his rather grubby past he devises a plan in which all of his dodgy associates unwittingly kill each other on the same night – and in alphabetical order. The film’s unusual and often misspelt name comes from the word internecine – the definition of which is conflict within a group.

The Internecine Project


  1. Main Theme
  2. Somebody’s Going To have To Kill Him
  3. Never Think Twice
  4. The Deal
  5. Find A Solution
  6. Alright Alex
  7. Room 716
  8. Waiting For Murder
  9. Mr Easy
  10. Death In The Shower
  11. Witness
  12. You Or Him
  13. Finish The Job
  14. Borrowed Time
  15. End Theme
  16. 5 Minutes Left To Live