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Comments about the soundtrack for Casino Royale (David Arnold)
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Easily...   Monday, November 26, 2007 (4:50 a.m.) 

... the best Bond Score since 'Living Daylights'. Excellent Action-Music (African Rundown and Miami International are Arnolds best Action-Cues in this francise so far), skillful integration of 'You know my name' into the underscore, a very romantic and John Barry-like love theme and in the end a very complete album with (if you include the additional cues) almost 90 Minutes of music. Also interesting is the may in wich Arnold subtly includes Monty Normans famous theme into some cues until he lets everything loose in the last cue and presents the best version of the theme since... since... i dunno, but none of the Brosnan Films featured it in such a good form.

Easily five stars and as such one of the three best Bond-scores alongside TLD and OHMSS


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SolarisLem
Re: Easily...   Tuesday, December 4, 2007 (5:07 p.m.) 

> ... the best Bond Score since 'Living Daylights'. Excellent Action-Music
> (African Rundown and Miami International are Arnolds best Action-Cues in
> this francise so far), skillful integration of 'You know my name' into the
> underscore, a very romantic and John Barry-like love theme and in the end
> a very complete album with (if you include the additional cues) almost 90
> Minutes of music. Also interesting is the may in wich Arnold subtly
> includes Monty Normans famous theme into some cues until he lets
> everything loose in the last cue and presents the best version of the
> theme since... since... i dunno, but none of the Brosnan Films featured it
> in such a good form.

> Easily five stars and as such one of the three best Bond-scores alongside
> TLD and OHMSS

i can agree with that


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SolarisLem
Disgusting, unacceptable filth   Sunday, June 13, 2010 (7:48 a.m.) 

Your picture is repulsive. How do you live with yourself?

> ... the best Bond Score since 'Living Daylights'. Excellent Action-Music
> (African Rundown and Miami International are Arnolds best Action-Cues in
> this francise so far), skillful integration of 'You know my name' into the
> underscore, a very romantic and John Barry-like love theme and in the end
> a very complete album with (if you include the additional cues) almost 90
> Minutes of music. Also interesting is the may in wich Arnold subtly
> includes Monty Normans famous theme into some cues until he lets
> everything loose in the last cue and presents the best version of the
> theme since... since... i dunno, but none of the Brosnan Films featured it
> in such a good form.

> Easily five stars and as such one of the three best Bond-scores alongside
> TLD and OHMSS



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