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Tomorrow Never Dies: Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack


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Song TitleArtist Time Price
listen  1. Tomorrow Never DiesSheryl Crow 4:51Album Only
listen  2. White KnightNicholas Dodd 8:29Album Only
listen  3. The Sinking Of The DevonshireNicholas Dodd 7:06Album Only
listen  4. Company CarNicholas Dodd 3:07Album Only
listen  5. Station BreakNicholas Dodd 3:30Album Only
listen  6. Paris And BondNicholas Dodd 1:55Album Only
listen  7. The Last GoodbyeNicholas Dodd 1:33Album Only
listen  8. Hamburg Break InNicholas Dodd 2:52Album Only
listen  9. Hamburg Break OutNicholas Dodd 1:26Album Only
listen10. Doctor KaufmanNicholas Dodd 2:26Album Only
listen11. *-3-SendNicholas Dodd 1:17Album Only
listen12. Underwater DiscoveryNicholas Dodd 3:37Album Only
listen13. Backseat DriverDavid Arnold 4:37Album Only
listen14. SurrenderK. D. Lang 3:56Album Only
listen15. James Bond ThemeMoby 3:12Album Only

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 25, 1997)
  • Original Release Date: November 25, 1997
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: A&M
  • Run Time: 119 minutes
  • ASIN: B000002GOX
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,726 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Product Description

1 x CD Compilation
Europe 1997

1Sheryl CrowTomorrow Never Dies4:47
2David ArnoldWhite Knight8:30
3David ArnoldThe Sinking Of The Devonshire7:07
4David ArnoldCompany Car3:08
5David ArnoldStation Break3:30
6David ArnoldParis And Bond1:55
7David ArnoldThe Last Goodbye1:34
8David ArnoldHamburg Break In2:52
9David ArnoldHamburg Break Out1:26
10David ArnoldDoctor Kaufman2:26
11David Arnold*-3-Send1:17
12David ArnoldUnderwater Discovery3:37
13David Arnold and Alex GiffordBackseat Driver4:37
14k.d. langSurrender3:56
15MobyJames Bond Theme3:12

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Where the previous Bond installment, Goldeneye, profited from the gratifying if belated introduction of actor Pierce Brosnan as an 007 for the '90s and beyond, it suffered from a musical mismatch. Composer Eric Serra had scored several successes with French director Luc Besson (La Femme Nikita, The Professional, The Big Blue) but floundered trying to update a genre whose John Barry-penned scores had long ago become legend. David Arnold's music for Tomorrow Never Dies is arguably less adventuresome than Serra's for Goldeneye, returning largely to Barry's conservative musical pattern for the Bond films. But it's still grandly effective, and probably better than the movie it supports. --Jerry McCulley

Customer Reviews

If you really are a Bond music fan, buy both.
"twekie"
Enter David Arnold as the new James Bond composer, with his magnificent vibes of music that give Tomorrow Never Dies a fantastic style of music to the film.
Devin Zydel
The musical score is excelent, with some upbeat tracks that are really good.
m-blandenburg16@webtv.com

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By "twekie" on July 3, 2003
Format: Audio CD
David Arnold is the man on this one. After the GoldenEye score came out, many were wondering what happened to the classic Bond styling. Well, it's back, with a twist
Sheryl Crow's theme is definately different for a Bond theme (not necessarily bad), but it actually makes no appearance in the score itself. The song "Surrender" by k.d. Lang acts as the theme for the score in numerous occasions, which is fitting becasue the song itself is much like one of Shirley Bassey's themes. One thing that Arnold did especially well is to bring back the Bond theme. Remember hearing it in GoldenEye? No, you don't. It wasn't there at all, except for the trailor (whcih was by Parodi Fair, but that's another cd)
The twist is the added techno styling to good ol' Bond intruments. Arnold did a great job in keeping stuff up to date, and Moby added to it with the Bond remix at the end of the CD. Great, great stuff.
This CD, however, only has half of the score. If you want the whole score (editor's cut, as it is referrred to), you need the one that just says soundtrack. It's more expensive, and lacks Sheryl Crow, k.d Lang, and Moby's Remix. But it has some key tracks, like the ones at the climax of the movie. If you really are a Bond music fan, buy both.
*Interestingly enough, there is still some music missing, like the music heard at the cocktail party for the Carver Media Group. But it's stil good.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By G M. Stathis on October 17, 2002
Format: Audio CD
It is interesting to revistit David Arnold's first entry in the James Bond musical saga, "Tomorrow Never Dies," now that he is about to release his third score in the series,"Die Another Day." Arnold was given the rather daunting assignment of taking Bond into a new era but somehow create a musical bridge to the scores written by John Barry. He succeeded with what is now generally considered the best of the non-Barry 007 scores. Indeed, the full score, which sadly is only partially represented on this soundtrack recording, is one of the best of the entire series. The vocals are good, but they are also somewhat confusing. The song "Tommorow Never Dies-Surrender" is clearly the thematic basis of much of the score, but was not used as the title tune (it is presented over the end titles). Too bad, because aside from being an important part of the musical treatment, it is also the better song. The music for the pre-credit sequence, "White Knight," is a perfect example of Arnold's fine effort to both pay homage to Barry and put his stamp on Bond. It is a fantastic piece that integrates the traditional James Bond Theme, Barry's use of brass, and Arnold's new devices including his "Surrender" theme. After hearing this cue, I was sold on Arnold as the successor to Barry. Something closer to a full treatment of the score was later released by Chapter III Records (and is now out of print), but even it left out some cues. In two Bond scores Arnold has demonstrated dynamic skills in developing love themes, action music, dramatic cues, jazz and electronic interpretations. This is a worthy effort and leaves us wanting more from Arnold. The good news is that like James Bond, David Arnold will return.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 2, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I listened to the soundtrack recentley and loved every minute of it except for Sheryl Crow's theme song Tomorrow Never Dies. To be honest it is tolarable but her voice is two raspy to be really effective only the first minute is good you think alright a good song but drom then on it goes down hill. Now to the music From David Arnold i must say he has revived the 007 music business to legendary JOhn Barry's level. The music is awesome my favorite track is White Knight which starts out with the usual bond music and then to a wonderful 8:00 minute track that will keep you listening to the very end. Also The Sinking Of The Devonshire is real good. And last but not least is the Arnold produced song Surrender which is awesome with the trumpet fanfare. Then sung with Gusto from KD Lang it is awesome this should have been the theme song but KD probably not hip enought to have that honor. Buy it if you like Bond music and also i Can't wait for the soundtrack to The World Is Not Enough also by David Arnold.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 26, 1999
Format: Audio CD
David Arnolds score for "Tomorrow Never Dies" was excellent. It had everthing a great Bond film score should have. I really liked David Arnold's "moderate" musical approach for this score compared to Eric Serra's very "liberal" musical approach. Arnold did an excellent job combining orchestral music with contemporary rythyms. I also liked how he used the James Bond theme throughout the film. This CD, however, has the same problem that the "Thunderball" soundtrack had. Most of music from the second half of the film is missing. I do hope that the rumored "Tomorrow Never Dies" Vol. 2 CD will contain some of the films great cues not on the original soundtrack such as: the second half of the pre-title sequence, the scene where Bond escapes from Carver's warehouse to his hotel, and the Hong Kong sequence... I hope that David Arnold's score for "The World is Not Enough" is just as good or better!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Devin Zydel on November 25, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Enter David Arnold as the new James Bond composer, with his magnificent vibes of music that give Tomorrow Never Dies a fantastic style of music to the film. Sheryl Crow gives us her sizziling title song that delivers very well. k.d. Lang provides the absolutely top of the notch, powerful, stunning end title song- Surrender. With the arresting voice like Shirley Bassey and the slam-bang tunes of David Arnold, Surrender suceeds on all levels. Moby provides his own, and equally stunning version of the James Bond theme also.
Many of the tracks have a techno flavor that give real buzz, such as Hamburg Break Out, Backseat Driver and Dr. Kaufman. Tomorrow Never Dies is filled with exciting, mysterious and stunning music that can definetly show that David Arnold will be with the James Bond series for quite some time!
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