For a secret agent, James Bond is hard to miss. No, make up what is only one of many iconic Bond themes. Subsequent movies in the franchise had their own distinct for better or for worse musical offerings; the most recent comes to us from Grammy winner Billie Eilish, who recently released the theme for No Time to Die. Others would be great songs even if they had nothing to do with A couple are both they have, you might say, The Range. The sixth Bond movie opens with an all-instrumental song, rather than a traditional Bond theme with lyrics. Plus, this movie had a secondary theme from Louis Armstrong that, for all intents and purposes, is the more traditional Bond song.
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The rich and varied history of James Bond title theme songs has given us — like the movies themselves — triumphs, thrills, disasters and surprises. But behind the wiggly string arrangements and blaring horns, which Bond song is the best from a purely musical point of view? We give our ten cents And while no-one should decry an artist for trying something new, to leave out the chorus of a Bond theme song and replace it with robot noises was perhaps a step too far. Their earnest detachment and straight-faced delivery work beautifully on their non-Bond pop epics, but here sound completely characterless. Read more: Was the James Bond theme actually written by Sibelius?
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22. Chris Cornell – "You Know My Name"
A new Bond movie fuels years of speculation. What familiar faces from MI6 will return? Then, whenever a James Bond nears the end of his run, practically every British actor under the sun is rumored to be contending for the big role. For any performer, recording a Bond tune guarantees a spot in music history. Bond movies can be deeply, wonderfully cheesy. Daniel Craig's first outing as was a hard reboot for the series, but the Casino Royale theme song by Chris Cornell didn't match the film's bold new vision for the globetrotting spy.
We also know that some of the film is shot on a frozen lake. However, all that is blah, blah, blah, because what people care about most is the theme song. What a job whoever picks the artist has. Dua Lipa? Adele again? Do they try for a Shirley Bassey belt-out standard?