Posted by: E-Man <Send E-Mail> Date: Friday, July 11, 2003, at 10:46 a.m. IP Address: dialup-18.104.22.168.Dial1.Houston1.Level3.net
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Re: hmmmm goldeneye deshavu(Johnny R)
Hey Dude I understand perfectly, the first time I saw "GoldenEye" I loved the score, I bought the Cd real fast. When it came in the mail I ran to my CD player and put it in listened to the "Goldeneye Overture" I loved it, then I look at the back for the track I really wanted to hear, "A Peasent Ride in St Petersberg", I put the track on and I got some screwy techno bullcrap. If your like me you heard(in the score not the cd) the Bond theme played when Bond leaves the airport, or when Bond escapes the helicopter, or the gunbarrel, many pieces are not on the soundtrack and the those that made the remastered CDs should have done a better job put the cues on the new CD. Now to David Arnold, no problems, if you asked me what 3 scores were my favorite I would say Tomorrow Never Dies, Die Another Day, And The World is Not Enough. If any of you know ANYTHING about Die Another Day Vol. 2 Please email me at email@example.com and if you want to talk Bond music email me, I'm very bored.