SUPPORT FILMTRACKS! CLICK HERE FIRST:
Amazon.com
Amazon.co.uk
iTunes (U.S.)
Amazon.ca
Amazon.fr
eBay (U.S.)
Amazon.de
Amazon.es
Half.com
Glisten Effect
Editorial Reviews
Scoreboard Forum
Viewer Ratings
Composers
Awards
   NEWEST MAJOR REVIEWS:
     1. Transformers: Last Knight
    2. Cars 3
   3. The Mummy
  4. Wonder Woman
 5. POTC: Dead Men Tell No Tales
6. Alien: Covenant


   CURRENT BEST-SELLING SCORES:
       1. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
      2. Fantastic Beasts/Find Them
     3. Willow
    4. The Ghost and the Darkness
   5. An American Tail
  6. The Wind and the Lion
 7. Doctor Strange
8. 10 Cloverfield Lane
   CURRENT MOST POPULAR REVIEWS:
         1. Star Wars: Force Awakens
        2. E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
       3. Titanic
      4. Avatar
     5. Nineteen Eighty-Four
    6. Gladiator
   7. Star Wars: A New Hope
  8. Animal Farm
 9. LOTR: Fellowship of the Ring
10. Harry Potter: Sorcerer's Stone
Home Page
Menu Options ▼
Comments about the soundtrack for Die Another Day (David Arnold)
Somebody must stop David Arnold!!!

Paredes, Johnso Paredes
<Send E-Mail>
(200.81.73.2)


  Responses to this Comment:
Rimmer
Levente Benedek
Somebody must stop David Arnold!!!   Sunday, March 30, 2003 (2:02 a.m.) 

Donīt misunderstand me, but David Arnold was doing a great job in Tomorrow Never Dies. Heīs got the right idea about writing the music for 007, but now it seems that the electronics are the spirit of the score with a touch of orchestral; we all now that it should be the other way.

Somebody must stop him, or 007 will be dead and forever.

Please letīs make something like a petition or something else. I know it sounds weird but at least I can dream with it.


Post Full Response         Edit Post         Threaded display


Rimmer
(ip4.ktvprerov.cz)

  In Response to:
Paredes, Johnso Paredes

  Responses to this Comment:
Krishna Manohar
Re: Somebody must stop David Arnold!!!   Tuesday, April 1, 2003 (9:04 a.m.) 

> Donīt misunderstand me, but David Arnold was doing a great job in Tomorrow
> Never Dies. Heīs got the right idea about writing the music for 007, but
> now it seems that the electronics are the spirit of the score with a touch
> of orchestral; we all now that it should be the other way.

> Somebody must stop him, or 007 will be dead and forever.

> Please letīs make something like a petition or something else. I know it
> sounds weird but at least I can dream with it.

No !! Never !! Arnold must continue in his way of Bond music !! It is the best music !!

Post Full Response         Edit Post         Threaded display


Krishna Manohar
<Send E-Mail>
(pcp823507pcs.nrockv01.md.comcast.
net)

  In Response to:
Rimmer

  Responses to this Comment:
M,E
Re: Somebody must stop David Arnold!!!   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (9:18 p.m.) 

> No !! Never !! Arnold must continue in his way of Bond music !! It is the
> best music !!

I hope Arnold is dumped in favor of Hans Zimmer, Hans is more than qualified
to score the Bond franchise. Plus he can update existing themes and create new and memorable ones.



Post Full Response         Edit Post         Threaded display


M,E
(cit139549-1.gw.connect.com.au)

  In Response to:
Krishna Manohar

  Responses to this Comment:
Zephros
Re: Somebody must stop David Arnold!!!   Wednesday, June 4, 2003 (10:36 p.m.) 

arnold is finally getting it right. less orchestra and more techno. im not gonna get pumped listening to some love music while bond is fighting some korean. i say go the way the matrix is going. out with the old. in with the new. bring on the techno and MORE MADONNA!!!

Post Full Response         Edit Post         Threaded display


Zephros
(dialup-22.134.221.203.acc02-neer-
bal.comindico.com.au)

  In Response to:
M,E

  Responses to this Comment:
Sergeant Beano
Re: Somebody must stop David Arnold!!!   Thursday, June 19, 2003 (4:47 a.m.) 

> arnold is finally getting it right. less orchestra and more techno. im not
> gonna get pumped listening to some love music while bond is fighting some
> korean. i say go the way the matrix is going. out with the old. in with
> the new. bring on the techno and MORE MADONNA!!!

It's people like you who (apart from never coming back after commenting) don't realise the importance of music in 007. There would be no James Bond if it wasn't for its hugely successful music franchise. I get excited every time a new theme is announced. I hated Die Another Day as a Bond theme but as a dance tune or something its good. David Arnold took a huge leap into the right direction in Tomorrow Never dies, perfectly mixing the orchestral element with a hint of synthesizer. I loved the score for World is Not Enough, although it wasn't quite the standard of TND. Die Another Day would have been so much better had Arnold contrast the orchestra and electronica. Even more if he'd written the title song and been able to weave it into the score. So I'm not blaming Arnold here, but I hope he listens to us fans in taking the synthesizer down a few notches. Oh, an If you'd bother to notice: a) The love theme is beautiful, and isn't played in high-paced action sequences, and b) The Matrix features some of the strongest and best ORCHESTRAL music for a movie like it. Even the songs heard in the movie have some orchestral element, more than this soundtrack even.

Post Full Response         Edit Post         Threaded display


Sergeant Beano
<Send E-Mail>
(69-144-196-178.client.bresnan.net)

  In Response to:
Zephros
Re: Somebody must stop David Arnold!!!   Friday, July 11, 2003 (4:01 p.m.) 

> It's people like you who (apart from never coming back after commenting)
> don't realise the importance of music in 007. There would be no James Bond
> if it wasn't for its hugely successful music franchise. I get excited
> every time a new theme is announced. I hated Die Another Day as a Bond
> theme but as a dance tune or something its good. David Arnold took a huge
> leap into the right direction in Tomorrow Never dies, perfectly mixing the
> orchestral element with a hint of synthesizer. I loved the score for World
> is Not Enough, although it wasn't quite the standard of TND. Die Another
> Day would have been so much better had Arnold contrast the orchestra and
> electronica. Even more if he'd written the title song and been able to
> weave it into the score. So I'm not blaming Arnold here, but I hope he
> listens to us fans in taking the synthesizer down a few notches. Oh, an If
> you'd bother to notice: a) The love theme is beautiful, and isn't played
> in high-paced action sequences, and b) The Matrix features some of the
> strongest and best ORCHESTRAL music for a movie like it. Even the songs
> heard in the movie have some orchestral element, more than this soundtrack
> even.

David Arnold is a complex organism with great talent in composing music. Resistance is futile. You cannot stop him. No one can stop David Arnold. David Arnold has two first names to make up both his first and last name and writes James Bond music; therefore, he is a god. I bet he likes Cream cheese Danish po tart toaster strudels. There is still PLENTY of orchestra in David Arnold Bond scores. David Arnold will not lick your hand


Post Full Response         Edit Post         Threaded display


Levente Benedek
<Send E-Mail>
(dial058157.vnet.hu)

  In Response to:
Paredes, Johnso Paredes

  Responses to this Comment:
Johnso Paredes
Re: Somebody must stop David Arnold!!!   Friday, May 16, 2003 (5:07 a.m.) 

> Donīt misunderstand me, but David Arnold was doing a great job in Tomorrow
> Never Dies. Heīs got the right idea about writing the music for 007, but
> now it seems that the electronics are the spirit of the score with a touch
> of orchestral; we all now that it should be the other way.

> Somebody must stop him, or 007 will be dead and forever.

> Please letīs make something like a petition or something else. I know it
> sounds weird but at least I can dream with it.

Tomorrow Never Dies was the best Bond score ever writen. The World Is Not Enough was a bit lower than the previous one, and Die Another Day was only half finished. What next? I hope he will realise his faul.


Post Full Response         Edit Post         Threaded display


Johnso Paredes
<Send E-Mail>
(hotelcolonsln.telconet.net)

  In Response to:
Levente Benedek
Re: Somebody must stop David Arnold!!!   Saturday, May 17, 2003 (12:36 a.m.) 

> Tomorrow Never Dies was the best Bond score ever writen. The World Is Not
> Enough was a bit lower than the previous one, and Die Another Day was only
> half finished. What next? I hope he will realise his faul.

I agree with you, completely. At last, someone reasonable and aware!!!!!!:

Post Full Response         Edit Post         Threaded display



Copyright © 1998-2017, Filmtracks Publications. All rights reserved.
The reviews and other textual content contained on the filmtracks.com site may not be published, broadcast,
rewritten or redistributed without the prior written authority of Christian Clemmensen at Filmtracks Publications. Scoreboard created 7/24/98 and last updated 4/25/15.