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The Most Exciting and Attractive Bond Soundtrack

Burak Aksoy
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Prudence
The Most Exciting and Attractive Bond Soundtrack   Thursday, February 20, 2003 (4:57 a.m.) 

I think, the last Bond album is the most exciting and attractive bond soundtrack I ever heard. For this album, I would like to thank to David Arnold for making this album for James Bond fans.

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Scott
What were you smoking   Friday, April 18, 2003 (8:28 p.m.) 

How can you say that this is the best Bond theme? LIVE AND LET DIE BY THE WINGS IS PROBABLY THE BEST! David Arnold did fairly well, but Madonna was a major disgrace and failure to all that is humane. Madonna totally ruined the whole experience! I might never go see another Bond movie because I have been marred so by that horrific experience!

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Re: What were you smoking   Wednesday, April 23, 2003 (4:36 a.m.) 

> How can you say that this is the best Bond theme? LIVE AND LET DIE BY THE
> WINGS IS PROBABLY THE BEST! David Arnold did fairly well, but Madonna was
> a major disgrace and failure to all that is humane. Madonna totally ruined
> the whole experience! I might never go see another Bond movie because I
> have been marred so by that horrific experience!

As much as I dilike the direction the scores have gone in, this is nothing new. The Spy Who Loved Me and For Your Eyes Only are good examples of pop theories gone wrong. As for the best song of the series, I think that's difficult to say. Live and Let Die was a great crossover hit (and a truly great song) but was it a good BOND song? That's what you have to judge these things by. It actually happened to be a good Bond song, yes. I still love the title song to Goldfinger the best.

This being said, I would never let a bad soundtrack keep me from seeing another Bond flick. The only way you'll keep me from going is to put Christ Rock in the title role.


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Re: What were you smoking   Friday, June 27, 2003 (3:35 p.m.) 

> As much as I dilike the direction the scores have gone in, this is nothing
> new. The Spy Who Loved Me and For Your Eyes Only are good examples of pop
> theories gone wrong. As for the best song of the series, I think that's
> difficult to say. Live and Let Die was a great crossover hit (and a truly
> great song) but was it a good BOND song? That's what you have to judge
> these things by. It actually happened to be a good Bond song, yes. I still
> love the title song to Goldfinger the best.

> This being said, I would never let a bad soundtrack keep me from seeing
> another Bond flick. The only way you'll keep me from going is to put
> Christ Rock in the title role.

A bloated Catfish once tried to get me to listen to a John Barry soundtrack. I ate his liver, with some fruit loops and a can of sardines


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