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World Is Not Enough 007 Musi Soundtrack


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Nov. 9 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • Run Time: 128 minutes
  • ASIN: B00002MYXD
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #93,327 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The World Is Not Enough - Garbage
2. Show Me The Money
3. Come In 007, Your Time Is Up
4. Access Denied
5. M's Confession
6. Welcome to Baku
7. Casino
8. Ice Bandits
9. Elektra's Theme
10. Body Double
11. Going Down/The Bunker
12. Pipeline
13. Remember Pleasure
14. Caviar Factory
15. Torture Queen
16. I Never Miss
17. Submarine
18. Christmas In Turkey
19. Only Myself To Blame - Scott Walker

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The obvious marquee name here is Garbage--and the group delivers. Shirley Manson sings the title track in a detached catatonia that's juxtaposed with sultry, swirling strings and keyboards, draping the song in plush atmospherics worthy of Agent 007. But for eccentric and obsessive music collectors, the real surprise may be the participation of cult artist Scott Walker, who has forsaken his most recent forays into avant classical-pop for the perfectly syrupy, old-fashioned, string-lined ballad "Only Myself to Blame," which recalls the by-the-fire genius of his early solo work. This end-of-the-millennium James Bond thriller, however, is not without heart-racing action music to set the movie's pace. David Arnold, producer and writer of the Garbage and Walker tracks, sets forth 17 instrumental pieces that capture the Bond vibe so perfectly you can transform any room into a space-age bachelor pad just by pressing Play. --Rob O'Connor

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. Lobascio on June 12 2003
Format: Audio CD
Composer David Arnold seems to be the guy, that the producers of the James Bond films have settled on, to pick up the mantle for longtime contributor John Barry. After all of the 4 Bond films, with Pierce Brosnan as the title character, he has worked on all but Goldeneye. Up until this film, Tomorrow Never Dies, left me wishing they had picked someone else to fill the position This time the composer gets it right
The score on the soundtrack is sandwiched between two songs. The first is the title song performed by Garbage. I have to say that I don't consider myself a fan of the group-but I liked what they did for the film. Singer Shirley Manson takes a cue from other artists, who have done this on the series, she finds a way to get it done with a sultry flair and her vocals go great over the main title credit images Madonna, who worked on Die Another Day, could learn a thing or two from Ms. Manson. The title track for Die Another Day is pretty bad compared to this song The second song, which runs over the end credits, is peformed by singer Scott Walker. This song seems very out of place and it sounds like he has a bad cold-literally. I would have settled for a reprise of the title track instead of what we got.
As for the score, Arnold by now, seems more at ease with the legendary status of the decades old franchise. Finally, starting with this film, he combines the Bond Theme, by Monty Norman, with hints of the title song throughout, using the proper balance. It's an action packed score with a lot of key musical moments represented. While some of the score remains unreleased, Arnold uses a lot of what made Barry's music soar-stylistcally at least. Yet somehow he makes it his own. This score is his best work for the series-including Die Another Day. My only quibble would have to be how he combines orchestra with synthesizer-it seemed overdone at certain times, as "Ice Bandits" illustrates
The soundtrack is recommended It has 19 tracks and a running time of 68:11
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Wilkinson on May 12 2003
Format: Audio CD
What is missing from most Bond Scores? THE BOND THEME! Try listening to the Moonraker, The Spy Who Loved Me, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, all of them only contain a few tracks of the Bond Theme(Moonraker didn't play it at all!), I'm talking about the Cds here not the scores, but TWINE Cd is fill to to rim in Bond theme Music as in tracks 2, 3, 6, 10, 11, 12, 14, 17, 18, now I know alot of you new Bond fan don't consider the Four Note John Barry Theme played in the Background of the guitar theme in about every movie, but when its played by its self alot of you new fans fail to notice this great theme, listen to tracks 6, 10, 11, 17, 18 to hear it by its self. It is the Bond theme so stop making the same mistake! Sure it doesn't have gun barrel music but out of the 21(never say never again is a Bond movie) Bond Cds? Very few contain it. Arnold's score for TWINE isn't as good as TND but it still packs a punch. Check out Die Another Day you'll love it.
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Format: Audio CD
After his successful score to Tomorrow Never Dies, David Arnold returns scoring the next exciting Bond film, The World Is Not Enough. First, let's start with the title song, this time performed by the rock group, Garbage. It is a surprisingly good song, which definitely beats Sheryl Crow's song for Tomorrow Never Dies. The final song, "Only Myself to Blame", is in one word, dumb. Skip it by all means. The legendary Bond theme can be found in only 3 tracks, leaving Arnold to come up with original music. "Show Me the Money" and "Come in 007, Your Time Is Up" are 2 exciting action cues that open the score, with plenty of rhythmic beats, along with blaring brasses, especially the high trumpet played over a heavy amount of electronic percussion. The Bond theme really kicks into high gear here, with exciting and thrilling music. Most of the music is of the action variety as in "Ice Bandits", "Going Down - The Bunker", "Pipeline", "Caviar Factory", and "Submarine". Arnold unleashes a sultry side in tracks such as "Casino", "Elektra's Theme", "Torture Queen", and "Christmas In Turkey". Parts of the title song occur in "Access Denied", "Welcome to Baku", and a few others. I honestly think that James Bond has a new composer: that's Arnold, David Arnold.
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Format: Audio CD
I wish people would stop criticising David Arnold for his inclusion of less Barry-esque musical elements in the score for The World Is Not Enough (TWINE). The Barry era was just that, and although his departure from the bond movies is sad, Arnold should not have to be compared with him at every turn.
The TWINE score is fantastic, exciting, energetic and quitessentially bond. The suave inclusions of the bond theme, as well as other themes developed are superb. The highlight of the soundtrack, I feel, is "Come in 007, Your Time is Up". The exciting scoring, as well as the more modern inclusions of bass and techno-ish elements work extremely well with the action. I can't listen to this track without imagining that breath-taking chase.
But what makes this soundtrack a success is the variety. The absolutely beautiful Elektra's Theme is a great contrast to the action in the above track. The gripping, edge-of-your-seat tension created in The Pipeline creates a very memorable tune, that I find myself humming quite often.
For a bit of a musical insight to the jetting-about antics, typical of Bond, is Welcome to Baku, a fantastic, authentic-sounding piece that sets the scene musically very well. Also welcome is the very suave and smooth pseudo-jazz number, "Casino".
David Arnold's score for TWINE fits the new era of James Bond excellently. Combining traditional with new, ancient with modern, orchestral with techno, Arnold has created an exciting and thoroughly entertaining score, and I encourage any bond fan, or any fan of action soundtrack to purchase this CD.
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