While the James Bond movies are known for their action-packed moments, the steamy romance, the occasional (and groan-inducing) one-liners, and the debonair star player pulling off international espionage while wearing a tux, there's one major aspect of a 007 movie that ties the whole package together: the theme song. But just like every Bond film (and every Bond actor) is not equal, neither are the songs. Some of these are Oscar winners and chart toppers; some of them are musical turkeys. Here are James Bond theme songs, ranked from worst to best. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. 23. Chris Cornell – "You Know My Name".
Royal Navy Commander James Bond, CMG, RNVR, is a fictional character created in 1953 by British journalist and novelist Ian Fleming, who featured him in twelve novels and two short-story collections. Since Fleming's death in 1964, several other authors have written authorised Bond novels or novelizations: Kingsley Amis, John Pearson, Christopher Wood, John Gardner, Raymond Benson, Sebastian Faulks, Jeffery Deaver, William Boyd and Anthony Horowitz.
James Bond: You know what they say about the fittest. The World is Not Enough. Elektra King: I could have given you the world. Bond: The world is not enough. Elektra King: Foolish sentiment. Lachaise: I’m giving you the opportunity to walk out with the money, Mr. Bond. Blofeld: James Bond, allow me to introduce myself. I am Ernst Stavro Blofeld. They told me you were assassinated in Hong Kong. Bond: Yes, this is my second life. The Man with the Golden Gun. Francisco Scaramanga: You get as much pleasure out of killing as I do, so why don’t you admit it? James Bond: I admit killing you would be a pleasure. Killing all those people? Bond: Well, I wouldn’t be very good at my job if it did. Quantum of Solace. M: Bond, I need you back. The Spy Who Loved Me. Bond: Mmm, maybe I misjudged Stromberg.
James Bond themes are not only an exciting music event, they're an integral part of British music and film legacy - so can you believe not a single one of them has topped the Official Singles Chart? Following the announcement that Sam Smith is to release Writing's On The Wall for the upcoming Bond film Spectre, we've gone back and had a look through the franchise's 53-year chart history - and it's a list that never fails to surprise us. Two songs have come close to topping the chart; Duran Duran's A View To A Kill and Adele's Skyfall each peaked at Number 2 . .
Bond's first big screen adventure, 1962's, Dr. No had no precedent to follow, and therefore no need for the bombastic title treatments that would come to define the franchise (it opted for a gentle calypso medley). White and Keys' voices fit together like 007 and celibacy, and the track quickly devolves into a screechy high-speed chase of runaway harmonies and staccato horn blasts. And return James Bond always does, but never to the same girl.
James Bond Roger Moore had only ever been contracted for three Bond films, a contract that expired after The Spy Who Loved Me, but continued to play Bond renegotiating his contract on a film to film basis from then on. After For Your Eyes Only he had accepted that he was getting too old to play the character and was keen to step away from the role.
In early 1980, James Brown had an R&B singles-chart entry with the ballad "Regrets," which served as the leadoff track and only respectable tune on this mediocre album of disco retreads. The low point was "That's Sweet Music," which found Brown paying tribute to all forms of pop music, from Loretta Lynn to "new wave rock.
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|A1||Look In The I|
|A2||People (R Only Chance)|
|A3||I Dream To Touch The Moon|
|A4||For So Long...|
|A5||I Want To Be An Astronaut|
|A7||In The Mirror Of My Room|
|B1||(I Want To Hear) Rock And Roll Drums Tonite|
|B2||All Up To You|
|B3||Talking About Our Destiny|
|B4||This Boy (Loves You So)|
|B5||Running from The Law|
|B6||Trial Of The Working Class Man|
|B7||So Long For Now My Friend|
|B8||Look In The I (Reprise)|