Wil Malone has been composing and arranging music for over 4 decades and was a member of UK psych combo The Orange Bicycle. His most well-known (and infamous) solo work is the soundtrack to 1972 British horror film, "Death Line". The main theme of this is a seedy and (purposely) amateur-sounding slice of early avant-gardefunk with heavy drums, a squelchy synthesised bass and odd string flourishes. The incidental music he composed for the same film comprises menacing and disonant string quartets. The soundtrack is strangely ahead of its time.