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Previous Bond-scores by David Arnold consist mostly of extremely dense soundclusters of orchestral noise which might work in the movies, but leave the cd-listener with a headache. His soundtrack for Casino Royale brings a change: suddenly there's a rich variety of subtle, romantic, tense and stirring tracks.
Listen to 007: Casino Royale (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) [Deluxe Version] by David Arnold & Nicholas Dodd on Apple Music. Stream songs including "African Rundown", "Nothing Sinister" and more.
The movie might have gotten mixed reviews but Burt Bacharach's soundtrack is outstanding! The theme song is catchy, very addictive and the perfect composition for a James Bond spoof. There are also many other good songs on the CD including "Little French Boy," "The Venerable James Bond" and "The Look of Love."
Casino Royale Theme (Main Title) 2:34: The Look Of Love (Vocal) 4:00: Money Penny Goes For Broke: 2:30: Le Chiffre's Torture Of The Mind: 2:08: Home James, Don't Spare The Horses: 1:28: Sir James' Trip To Find Mata: 3:46: The Look Of Love (Instrumental) 2:40: Hi There Miss Goodthighs: 1:12: Little French Boy: 2:22: Flying Saucer—First Stop Berlin: 2:52: The Venerable Sir James Bond
Casino Royale: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. The soundtrack to the 2006 film Casino Royale was released by Sony Classical on November 14, 2006. The music was composed by David Arnold and is Arnold's fourth soundtrack for the popular James Bond movie series. Frequent collaborator Nicholas Dodd orchestrated and conducted the score.
Find all 39 songs in Casino Royale Soundtrack, with scene descriptions. Listen to trailer music, OST, original score, and the full list of popular songs in the film.
As Casino Royale is the first Bond adventure, the composer was keen to avoid using the existing Monty Norman and John Barry themes in the film. Indeed, you only hear the iconic James Bond Theme over the end credits – immediately after 007 utters the immortal words “The name’s Bond. James Bond.”.