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Edgy.Bindi wrote:Radiohead - Spectre
But skiing off piste, bond needs some noir Hemsey. That is my post Craig type of Bond. He is not a joke like the past incantations. He is Fleming's guy. Craig took him back there. Does it look like I care if you stir or shake my drink you dumb prick.
That post has nout to do with this topic, I just thought it was pretty f**king stupid.Average Joe wrote:Sugar, maize meal, flour, white rice and fokon cocaine. All fokon racist man. Think of that when next you line op for a snort.
You Know My Name - City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra
Supposing neither the actual Bond theme nor We Have All The Time In The World meet the spirit of the question then possibly Live and Let Die, though I'd be willing to listen to an argument for many of them (bar Die Another Die)
Diamonds are Forever is probably the one I can remember the most from watching the films as a kid, but Chris Kornel is definitely the best. I actually listen to that song in its own right, can't say the same for any other Bond theme.
I think the “living daylights” has held up quite well. I remember reading that John Barry and A-ha clashed over his insistence on including orchestral backing to the track. Much later, they had the good grace to admit that he was right and they were wrong and that the song is much better for the inclusion of lush strings and wind section.