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The World Is Not Enough (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) [Soundtrack]

David ArnoldAudio CD
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)

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Song TitleArtist Time Price
listen  1. The World Is Not EnoughGarbage 3:55$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  2. Show Me The MoneyNicholas Dodd 1:27Album Only
listen  3. Come In 007, Your Time Is UpNicholas Dodd 5:19Album Only
listen  4. Access DeniedNicholas Dodd 1:33Album Only
listen  5. M's ConfessionNicholas Dodd 1:31Album Only
listen  6. Welcome To BakuNicholas Dodd 1:42Album Only
listen  7. CasinoNicholas Dodd 2:55Album Only
listen  8. Ice BanditsNicholas Dodd 3:42Album Only
listen  9. Elektra's ThemeNicholas Dodd 2:06Album Only
listen10. Body DoubleNicholas Dodd 3:00Album Only
listen11. Going Down - The BunkerNicholas Dodd 6:27Album Only
listen12. PipelineNicholas Dodd 4:15Album Only
listen13. Remember PleasureNicholas Dodd 2:46Album Only
listen14. Caviar FactoryNicholas Dodd 6:01Album Only
listen15. Torture QueenNicholas Dodd 2:22Album Only
listen16. I Never MissNicholas Dodd 3:32Album Only
listen17. SubmarineNicholas Dodd10:20Album Only
listen18. Christmas In TurkeyNicholas Dodd 1:27Album Only
listen19. Only Myself To Blame (From The World Is Not Enough)Scott Walker 3:37Album Only


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 9, 1999)
  • Original Release Date: November 9, 1999
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: MCA
  • ASIN: B00002MYXD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,618 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

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The obvious marquee name here is Garbage--and the group delivers. Shirley Manson sings the title track in a detached catatonia that's juxtaposed with sultry, swirling strings and keyboards, draping the song in plush atmospherics worthy of Agent 007. But for eccentric and obsessive music collectors, the real surprise may be the participation of cult artist Scott Walker, who has forsaken his most recent forays into avant classical-pop for the perfectly syrupy, old-fashioned, string-lined ballad "Only Myself to Blame," which recalls the by-the-fire genius of his early solo work. This end-of-the-millennium James Bond thriller, however, is not without heart-racing action music to set the movie's pace. David Arnold, producer and writer of the Garbage and Walker tracks, sets forth 17 instrumental pieces that capture the Bond vibe so perfectly you can transform any room into a space-age bachelor pad just by pressing Play. --Rob O'Connor

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Please meet David Arnold November 23, 1999
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Please meet David Arnold. A combination of John Barry and Bernard Herrmann, which adds a techno-electronical touch to the music. Certainly the composer to bring Bond into the new millennium, and certainly one of the most talented composers. May he stay with us and Bond for a long long time.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Bond for the times. November 30, 1999
Format:Audio CD
I believe what makes a great score is if it fits coherently with the film, and if it can stand on its own as music without visuals. True, John Barry is probably the first and foremost composer for any Bond film, but just like Desmond Llewelyn's Q in TWINE, a much needed replacement is made to create a James Bond for our time. Let's face it, who wants to see Llewelyn's Q go and be replaced by John Cleese's R? Sure he's funny but he's no Q. Yet with this kind of mentality, we can't really make Bond live for 19 more outings. Sometimes, we have to give the newcomers a chance to bring forth their creativity to liven a dying franchise. That's why I think David Arnold's score for both the TND and TWINE bring back John Barry's feel without really ripping him off. One, Arnold knows when to use certain instruments to heighten any scene (the use of the famous guitar twang in the theme is brought up very scarcely in the score for TND but when it does, it actually makes the scene exciting, and the score exciting as well.) Two, Arnold has brought back the sauve, sultry song stylings to the title tracks. And the theme song to TWINE is a great homage to Shirley Bassie, LuLu, and Carly Simon, and who better to perform the track than "Garbage?" I have to admit, after Eric Serra's terribly bland score for "GoldenEye," David Arnold is probably the next best thing to John Barry when it comes to scoring Bond Films.
As for Brosnan, I think he's pretty good. (To name the best would just spew forth an endless debate.) At least I don't laugh when he actually says his name is "Bond. James Bond." It's just a man saying his name. And when he orders that Martini, I actually see a man just ordering a drink. Brosnan has actually made Bond a human being, and that's not an easy task because it can come off as laziness. Besides, even Lazenby himself agreed that Brosnan's Bond can knock a better punch.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Worth it for the Scott Walker track.... August 13, 2000
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
It's nice to see Scott Walker hit the mainstream (sort of) again! His "Only Myself To Blame" (left out of the movie...bummer) is far and away the best track on the CD. The rest of the music is just OK soundtrack music. Buy it for the Walker track.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not Enough January 7, 2000
Format:Audio CD
After David Arnolds super great score for TND it was almost certain that the bond nusical tradition was going to be a reality in th 90's, Mr Arnold had saved us from another dreadful score from Mr ' Hey lets play the soundtrack on a keyboard I bought from Dixons ' Erric Serra. I know for sure that if I ever hear that Mr Serra's scoring another Bond film I Will strap a Tonne rock to my feet and throw myself off the Golden Gate Bridge.
However, I thought That Arnold's Score to TWINE was a great dissapointment. The reason for this is the vastly exagerrated use of elctronics, TND was mostly a very well written orchestral soundtrack with a very balanced amount of eletrical use, this is probably why it was such a success.
In this case Arnold goes a bit haywire in the elctrical area with loads of synthisized beats and weird noises which get to a point when you feel you have had enough. Unfortunatly the more soft orchestral tracks like -M's Confession- and -Elektra's Theme- are slightly dull and leave nothing to memory.
Another thing with this soundtrack which I like not is that all the action sequences are done using a fart load of electronics which are so loud that you can't hardly hear the orchesra accompinment and the more soft toned pieces are done using the orcestra only. I would have been supper great to have heared more tracks like -White Knight- from TND on this CD, it would have changed everything.
Well, all this said the soundtrack does have the up side. The front cover is quite good and the 'Movie Trailer' track which you use on your computer (the last one) is really cool!
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Music, Need more cues.... December 2, 1999
Format:Audio CD
First off I want to say that David Arnold has done a magnificent job at capturing the spirit of 007 for the new millenium. His blend of traditional Bondian jazz blended in with techno is perfect. This is very similar to what John Barry did for THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS sountrack. Unlike Eric Serra (GOLDENEYE) he stays in familiar territory instead of going somewhere totally new and foriegn. As for Garbage's title track, WOW. This song also captures the spirit of the great title songs with excellent lyrics, vocales, and instrumentals.
The soundtrack album has one major flaw.... missing cues. While I was satified with the amount of coverage the soundtrack album had (unlike TOMORROW NEVER DIES which left out the entire second half of the film), I was upset that essentials like the gunbarrel cue and the entire end title track (which sounded awesome) did not make the CD. Someone needs to let the producers of these soundtrack albums to make the entire CD complete.
Personally I think that this is one of the best James Bond scores ever written and rank it with great contempary John Barry scores like THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS. I hope that for BOND 20....... DAVID ARNOLD WILL RETURN...
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Bond Is Great
Better Bond than Roger Moore who was just playing Simon Templer, a Spy/secret Service agent should be hard and unforgiving.
Published 1 month ago by Rodney Strickland
2.0 out of 5 stars Where are the melodies?
Cues for action flick sound as they should on viewing the movie: related to the action and not really drawing the viewer's attention. Read more
Published 9 months ago by Dr. J
3.0 out of 5 stars Not the best Bond album: Garbage blows it, David Arnold saves it
David Arnold does a creditable job in succeeding John Barry (you'll notice I didn't say 'replacing' because he doesn't go *that* far -- and Barry is hard to replace). Read more
Published 13 months ago by M. R. Traska
5.0 out of 5 stars Bond fan
I enjoyed this movie and the sound track. it was a good movie to see and listen to. If you seen it and want the sound track to it. it is a good one to have.
Published 15 months ago by Kurt Mstoecklhuber
5.0 out of 5 stars My favorite of David Arnold's Bond efforts.
I have all his Bond scores except "Tomorrow Never Dies," but of the other 3 (Die Another Day, Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace), I feel this is the strongest. Read more
Published 20 months ago by Jerry Hart
5.0 out of 5 stars After John Barry, Michael Kamen And Eric Serra, Comes David Arnold.
After the iconic John Barry scores for the Bond movies came Michael Kamen with a thrilling Licence To Kill score, then Eric Serra with a GoldenEye score. Read more
Published on April 21, 2011 by HAMLET
5.0 out of 5 stars Bond+Arnold= A Deadly Duo
The best way to describe David Arnold is "the next John Barry." Many people will agree that his music is the best to accompany Bond. Read more
Published on July 21, 2010 by ho-jo-stan
4.0 out of 5 stars One of Arnold's best Bond scores
The score for "The World is Not Enough" finds David Arnold comfortably settled into his current role as the chief musician for the franchise, which is good for us because there's... Read more
Published on September 2, 2007 by Sean M. Caldwell
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing! But one question....
I loved the movie. I loved it when it first came out and I love it now. Bond movies are simply classics. The soundtrack and music are wonderful. I have but one question... Read more
Published on August 25, 2007 by Mary Jane
4.0 out of 5 stars Good but Missing Essential Music
David Arnold's THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH is good but I was disappointed that it was missing some essential music. Read more
Published on November 27, 2006 by kametamorphic
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