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Comments about the soundtrack for The World is Not Enough (David Arnold)

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Re: JB theme at the end of the movie
• Posted by: Billy
• Date: Sunday, June 19, 2005, at 10:16 a.m.
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• In Response to: JB theme at the end of the movie (Mark - 224)

> Who says it was composed? - For me it just sounds like a remix of earlier
> Bond music composed by Arnold.

The beginning of the "TWINE End Credits" is nearly the one of "Company Car" from "Tomorrow Never Dies", only the drums are lacking. The rest of the "End Credits" is new remixed and includes some parts of "Come In 007, Your Time is Up" from "The World is Not enough".
And if anyone wants the "TWINE End Credits", he can ask me. I can mail it to you and you do NOT have to pay anything.

> Additionally, in Japan, a different end title was used, performed in
> Japanese by Luna Sea.

This song is called "Sweetest Coma Again". I think, it does not really sound like a Bond song.

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