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Topic: "No Time To Die" - Original Movie Soundtrack (27th March)

The official soundtrack (film score) to NTTD by Hans Zimmer will be released on 27 March.
Joining Zimmer on scoring the soundtrack are Johnny Marrgram and Steve Mazzaro.

Looking forward to this one.

The name's Bond_James_Bond

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Re: "No Time To Die" - Original Movie Soundtrack (27th March)

I see it listed on Amazon as both CD and vinyl.

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Re: "No Time To Die" - Original Movie Soundtrack (27th March)

This is exciting news!

1. Goldfinger 2. Skyfall 3. Goldeneye 4. The Spy Who Loved Me 5. OHMSS
"I never joke about my work, 007."

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Re: "No Time To Die" - Original Movie Soundtrack (27th March)

I have a cd rack with 25 slots in it that houses my James Bond soundtrack CD collection, and the NTTD album will fill that 25th slot. When the soundtrack for Bond 26 comes out I will be faced with a little bit of a storage dillema.  ajb007/crap   ajb007/tongue

I suppose in this day and age it is probably too much to hope for that the title song will be included on the album. It has been a major disappointment to me that the only Craig era film to have the title track on the album is QoS, which ironically is the one title song that I could have lived without on the album! My question is, if singers being on different record labels to the soundtrack album label is such a problem, why was this not an issue for the first 40 years of the Bond series, where all of the first 20 soundtrack albums include the song?

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Re: "No Time To Die" - Original Movie Soundtrack (27th March)

It wasn't. Often you'll find the words

"(Famous Singer) appears through the courtesy of (Record Label)"

on a soundtrack album- not necessarily James Bond. A simple deal was struck splitting the profits (sometimes by region, sometimes by medium (single vs album), sometimes a straight percentage) and off they went.  Of course, there's clearly not enough profit for lawyers, agents, and middlemen in general in such a straightforward arrangement so the current scheme evolved.