To get some good discographical confusion taken care of, it appears that the Ulterior Purpose Orchestra therefore never been around. The name appears to have been made purely for the 1996 reissue entitled S.P.Con.T.We.M.E., which pulls from instrumental spy music albums documented in the middle-’60s by David Lloyd & His London Orchestra, and Johnny Pearson and His London Orchestra. Though several song titles had been also game titles of James Connection films, remember that they are not necessarily the familiar designs from the films themselves. Several had been written by LA composer-arranger Warren Baker in the titles from the Ian Fleming books, years before their eventual display screen adaptations. Got everything that? The main thing to know is the fact that if you’re searching for ’60s spy music, the Ulterior Motive Orchestra, or whoever they actually were, produced some excellent, atmospheric recordings within the style. Regardless of the exploitative character from the tasks (they are not the initial recordings from the soundtrack designs), the paths are chock-a-block filled with sinister electric guitar riffs and grand, Euro-style orchestrations.