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Jack Nevada

Worst Bond-themes

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Don't care about the worst, but the best are:1. World is Not Enough2. Another Way to Die3. Casino Royale4. Goldeneye5. Tomorrow Never Dies6. Die Another DayThe older ones are not so great, apart from a few. They've just been around longer so we're familar with them, that is all, doesn't make them great.

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The older ones are not so great, apart from a few. They've just been around longer so we're familar with them, that is all, doesn't make them great.

Well, to me there are some fabulously good songs in the old Bond movies, much better than the ones from 80's or 90's
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Yeah, I didn't like Die Another Day the movie, apart from Halle Berry's coming out of the water scene, but the song by Madonna was great.

Goldfinger and Diamonds are Forever are memorable songs. My favourite has to be The World is Not Enough by Garbage, though.

The great thing about a Bond song is that you'll never be racking your brains to think of the name of the song. :lol:

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The great thing about a Bond song is that you'll never be racking your brains to think of the name of the song. :lol:

That's not entirely true, everyone may know what you're talking about but technically not all the songs have the same name as the movie. For instance, Casino Royale's theme is "You Know My Name", Quantum of Solace is "Another Way to Die", and Octopussy is "All Time High."With that said, Madonna's Die Another Day was pretty bad
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Sheryl Crow - Tomorrow Never Dies(The rejected KD Lang version was better)Garbage - The World is not EnoughRita Coolidge - OctopussyI think both DAD and QOS are not great, but underrated. I like eclectic themes. At least they tried. The three I mentioned sound like they weren't even trying to make a good song, save maybe Rita Coolidge's "All Time High", but what bothers me about that one is that it sounds like it was a rejected song from about 15 years earlier, only it wasn't. Especially after Sheena Easton's unforgettable "For Your Eyes Only" and the two contemporary film themes that came after. It just feels dated.

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