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Comments about the soundtrack for Die Another Day (David Arnold)

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Re: Arnold do still need some more inputs before he is the right composer for a Bond f
• Posted by: kershaw   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, April 13, 2004, at 10:50 a.m.
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• In Response to: Arnold do still need some more inputs before h... (Mark Malmstrøm)

The best gunbarrel music for Connery: Diamonds Are Forever (although the movie was irratatingly horrible); Moore: For Your Eyes Only (scored by Bill Conti of Rocky fame)very grand and for the Brosnan films...I havent heard anything that interesting other than they really are a parody of themselves...i like the 3D gunbarrel, but not how short the sequence is....furthermore...I never quite found the Roger Moore/Barry/ STrings version of the gunbarrel that exciting, except it might have better personified Moore's suave performance...however, i do like the orchestrated (strings, brass, tambourine) version of the bond theme within the movies...aka: moonraker pre-title sequence of the arial fight. I must say...the Lazenby gunbarrel (with the reprise of the dr no "Albert Broccoli and Harry Saltzman Present" sweep) was horrible...he looks so akward (not that connery didnt) walking out in the typical late 60's tight fitting tux and stupid hat and then to kneel, aim and fire...all the while being irrated with this "beep beep beep" synthetic version of the JB Theme....embarassing! -although, OHMSS is probably the best bond score, with the exception of that horrible bond theme.

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