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Comments about the soundtrack for Die Another Day (David Arnold)
If this is the future of Bond songs kill me now!

Kyle Norwood
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If this is the future of Bond songs kill me now!   Thursday, January 9, 2003 (8:29 a.m.) 

Bond is Bond. This song is horrible and should not have been used in the movie! It doesn't even fit in the movie's credits! It may be the future for other movies, but not Bond! Bond has it's own aspects because it is in a league of its own and will stay there for quite sometime. If you listen to previous bond songs they are all very melodious, and change chords unlike Madonna's constant bass pumping out and little or no lyrics to the song whatsoever! Hopefully for the next movie, an artist will be picked that can measure up to the past bond songs!

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Re: If this is the future of Bond songs kill me now!   Thursday, January 16, 2003 (7:39 a.m.) 

I don't know what they were thinking either. Madonna doesn't even know how to sing as far as I'm concerned. They have ruined the James Bond tradition of having good music picked for the intro and other parts of the movie.

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Re: I agree.   Friday, August 15, 2003 (11:47 a.m.) 

I agree with this view. The previous songs have all been exceptionally stylish and the orchestral arrangements were in a class of their own. Even though there were very few no.1 hits, the songs matched the style of the movies, incl. rock songs like duran duran's or paul mccartney and the wings.Madonna's work is really terrible./:p

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