24 Songs, 1 Hour 1 Minute


Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
140 Ratings

140 Ratings

JNH Fan ,


It's powerhouse thriller score with all the flare you expect from James Bond, yet without any real distinct Bond theme. Arnold delivers more dark cues this time around, and real exotic flavor with "Bond in Haiti," "Bolivian Taxi" and "Talamone." There's also a cool, retro feeling to the theme in "Inside Man" and "The Dead Don't Care about Vengeance." And the action is spot on - longer tracks, high energy, and wide variety.

Byrnie Doo ,

...and the credits score is where?

Best Bond theme I've heard yet on the closing credits and yet they abstain from including it. Do they think this will help them sell the DVD? Depriving us of David Arnold's best piece does not help your cause J RECORDS and MGM.

treytatum ,

David Arnold Leaves you Shaken and Stirred...

Composer David Arnold will leave you breathless with 'Quantum of Solace,' his fifth outing as composer for the Bond series. Not as heavy handed with the Bond theme as in Tomorrow Never Dies nor with his disregard of the title song as in Die Another Day, Arnold has found a fresh, intense and wonderful sound with this new addition to the Bond canon. Following in the style he started with Casino Royale, this soundtrack clearly outweighs his previous score. Arnold has returned to his love of electronic music while adding in global fare and original ideas beyond what he's used in the past. This score is must-have for fans of Casino Royale and die-hard Bond fans alike. John Barry would be proud!

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