A View to a Kill is the fourteenth official James Bond film, released in 1985. The theme song was performed by English rock group Duran Duran. It is the most successful Bond theme to date, being the only one to date to reach Number One in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Chart.
The song was written by the band and John Barry, who also composed and conducted the film's score. This was his tenth and penultimate contribution to the Bond series.
- "A View to a Kill (Main Title)" – Duran Duran
- "Snow Job"
- "May Day Jumps"
- "Bond Meets Stacey (A View to a Kill)"
- "Pegasus' Stable"
- "Tibbett Gets Washed Out"
- "Airship to Silicon Valley"
- "He's Dangerous"
- "Bond Underwater"
- "Wine with Stacey (A View to a Kill)"
- "Bond Escapes Roller"
- "Destroy Silicon Valley"
- "May Day Bombs Out"
- "Golden Gate Fight"
- "A View to a Kill (End Title)" – Duran Duran
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