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.