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Comments about the soundtrack for The World is Not Enough (David Arnold)
This score rocks ....

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Mark Malmstrøm
This score rocks ....   Saturday, March 30, 2002 (4:15 a.m.) 

I think that this score is lot better than Tommorow never dies,because you have all the James Bond sound and brilliant electronics on one place.

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This score rocks .... Not.....!!!!!   Wednesday, June 12, 2002 (3:35 a.m.) 

I disagree - There is too much of that synthesiser beat and less orchestra in the sound.

The higlight of the score is "Elektra Theme - which has a mystical Barry/Arnold-sound.

But some people has it already - ask them: Have you heard THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS

My opinion - Don't buy this score. Wait to an expanded release hit's the stores.

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Re: This score rocks .... Not.....!!!!!   Sunday, October 20, 2002 (8:01 a.m.) 

my personal opinion is that they were both as good as each other!

tomorrow never dies was great couse it was mainly all orchestra but had some great techno like moments such as backseat driver and hamburg break out plus i love the end of the bike chase music (and the middle of the stelth fight which for the reckord is only on the special edition dvd! lol) is also another great twanging guitar moment

the world is not enough was also great couse it tookk another step forward and combinded technoised syntesised music perfectly with orchestral music! you cant tell me you dont love the end of "come in 007 your time is up" and the end of "caviar factory" and once again only on the dvd, the end credits (i ripped the music of the dvd) man i cant get enough of arnold!

im really looking forward to die aonther day... sure, only the first half is coming out at the moment, but first half is better than no half when it comes to david arnold

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Mark Malmstrøm
Re: This score rocks .... Not.....!!!!!   Saturday, November 30, 2002 (7:32 a.m.) 

The score is made to match the movie. The James Bond movies are what... action movies? Yes. So what do you expect?

I like the soundtrack.

> I disagree - There is too much of that synthesiser beat and less orchestra
> in the sound.

> The higlight of the score is "Elektra Theme - which has a mystical
> Barry/Arnold-sound.

> But some people has it already - ask them: Have you heard THE LIVING
> DAYLIGHTS

> My opinion - Don't buy this score. Wait to an expanded release hit's the
> stores.


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