Moby - James Bond Theme (Moby's Re-Version) (1997) [Electronic]

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Moby - James Bond Theme (Moby's Re-Version) (1997) [Electronic]

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Moby - James Bond Theme (Moby's Re-Version)


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"James Bond Theme (Moby's Re-Version)" is American electronica musician Moby's remake
of "The James Bond Theme" used in the series of James Bond films. This remake was
featured in the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies and is also featured as the second
track in I Like to Score, a compilation of Moby's songs used in films. The song charted
at number 8 in the United Kingdom, besting "Go"'s number 10 peak position on the
UK Singles Chart six years earlier. Moby has said "It did feel a little strange remixing
something that was perfect in its original state", further admitting that he "still thinks
the original is miles better than the version I did".

The song features two samples of dialogue from the Bond films: Pierce Brosnan saying "Bond,
James Bond", and the conversation between Bond and Auric Goldfinger in Goldfinger: "Do you
expect me to talk" / "No, Mr. Bond. I expect you to die."
Track list :
#01. Moby - James Bond Theme (Moby's Extended Dance Mix) 3:13
#02. Moby - James Bond Theme (Grooverider's Jeep Remix) 7:42
#03. Moby - James Bond Theme (Da Bomb Remix) 7:51
#04. Moby - James Bond Theme (CJ Bolland Remix) 5:14
#05. Moby - James Bond Theme (Dub Pistols Remix) 5:52
#06. Moby - James Bond Theme (CJ Bolland - Dubble-Oh Heaven Remix) 6:08

General Info:
Duration : 36:00.627 (95 283 636 samples)
Sample rate : 44100 Hz
Channels : 2
Avg. bitrate : 209 kbps
Codec : MP3
Codec profile : MP3 VBR V2
Encoding : lossy
Tool : LAME3.90
Tag type : id3v2.3|id3v1

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