Was this procedurally generated?
Man, fuck that shit, Eric Serra rocks. He has a weird, unique style and I gave props to EON for trying something a little different than a generic composer imitating John Barry (or just being generally mediocre like so-called Barry successor, David Arnold). The studio famously did NOT like the score however. The scene where Bond rides around in St. Petersburg in a giant tank originally had a very Eric Serra-esque remix of the Bond theme which was replaced with a more traditional arrangement. (the original track is on the soundtrack release, though). The closing credits song was a finalized version of a track Serra made for Leon The Professional but which was cut out of the final version (restored however in the uncut versions on DVD etc.)
Agreed, this OST has some great tracks on it.
Yeah, I'm completely OK with this although I might like it slightly more if it was 16 bit console music.
I can't tell for sure but that snare sound might be from a Wavestation.
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My friend randomly linked me this.
Its pretty cool that on poetv, *instantly* theres a few people who know all about it and are mad into it. :)
This is a little unusual for Bond but I really like it a lot.
This is a lot like the stuff Prince did in his Batman phase.
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The Tina Turner track still rocks, I don't care who you are.
I am on board with that.
This really sucks
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I played the actual living fucking shit out of Bond and I don't remember this song. The soundtrack I remember was various renditions of the Bond theme, nothing spectacular but it captured the spy thing.. :(
Oh NM it's from the movie. But that's also awesome because Remington Steele is the last real Bond before The Bondsporter took over.. :(
Oh I disagree, the N64 game had a fantastic soundtrack. I got it on MP3 and it's great when you're cleaning or exercising.
I really was not expecting the second take of some track from the Big Trouble in Little China soundtrack ???
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