Die Another Day (Music from the MGM Motion Picture Die Another Day) - David Arnold
- Genre: Soundtrack
- Release Date: 2002-11-12
- Explicitness: notExplicit
- Country: USA
- Track Count: 15
- ℗ 2002 Warner Records Inc.; 2002 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Music Inc.
Die Another Day (Music from the MGM Motion Picture Die Another Day) - David Arnold Tracks
Die Another Day (Music from the MGM Motion Picture Die Another Day) - David Arnold User Reviews
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David Arnold is AMAZING!!
By Movie Music Lover!
The music is fantastic and David Arnold does a great job keeping up with John Berry's wonderful music! This is one soundtrack that everyone should buy!
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Fits the Film; Kind of Weak by Itself
By Travis McClain
I still maintain that the first half of "Die Another Day" is one of the best Bond movies ever. Unfortunately, it then gives way to a mediocre video game. David Arnold's score is more consistent, but unlike his stellar work for "Tomorrow Never Dies," this one doesn't really hold up so well as a soundtrack album away from the context of the film. Madonna's title track is polarizing; it was a hit on the charts, but a lot of fans hated it. You probably already know how you feel about it. Paul Oakenfold's take on the "James Bond Theme" is pretty solid, but there have been so many over the years it's hard to become too excited about another version. The gem in the album is "Welcome to Cuba," which I would wholeheartedly advise even non-fans splurge and add to their libraries. It's a pretty brief explosion of Latin-driven fun that would be enjoyable even outside the context of being from a Bond soundtrack.
The sucessor to John Barry
By A Dangerous, Mute, Lunatic
While the film might have not been the best, David Arnolds' score is fantastic. It packs a punch while yet keeping a sincere element to it, that most other action films dont pay attention to. Overall, this along with the Casino Royale soundtrack are his best.