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Comments about the soundtrack for Quantum of Solace (David Arnold)

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• Posted by: Aaron B
• Date: Tuesday, December 2, 2008, at 3:12 p.m.
• IP Address: c-69-141-233-130.hsd1.nj.comcast.net

If the reviewer thinks that "Another Way to Die" is hip-hop he sadly mistaken. No one who know anything about hip-hop would mistaken that song for that. 'World is Not Enough' was more hip-hop than anything presented in 'Quanum of Solace'. Quite honestly, the score was as dull as the film. I hardly remember it from the film. Hopefully Bond will lighten up and learn how to have fun again because that really was dull and unmemorable.
I donít know why so many people thing the Madonna song from íDie Another Dayí was so bad. I liked that song. No, it didnít relate to the other music in the film but it worked well as a popular song. I think some of the hate comes from fans who hated the film. I only wished 'Quantum of Solace' was as interesting to watch.






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