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The World Is Not Enough soundtrack

The World Is Not Enough soundtrack album

The World Is Not Enough is the nineteenth official James Bond film, released in 1999. The theme song for the film was performed by American-Scottish rock group Garbage.

The score to the film was again provided by English composer David Arnold, returning to the series for his second scoring contribution. Arnold originally intended for the song Only Myself to Blame by Scott Walker to accompany the end credits, but director Michael Apted felt the song was too much of a downer to end the film on, so Arnold replaced it with a remixed Bond theme. Only Myself to Blame still appears on the soundtrack album as the final track.

The band Straw wrote and performed their own attempt at a theme song, but was not used in the film.

Track ListingEdit

  1. "The World Is Not Enough" – Garbage
  2. "Show Me the Money"
  3. "Come in 007, Your Time Is Up"
  4. "Access Denied"
  5. "M's Confession"
  6. "Welcome to Baku"
  7. "Casino"
  8. "Ice Bandits"
  9. "Elektra's Theme"
  10. "Body Double"
  11. "Going Down/The Bunker"
  12. "Pipeline"
  13. "Remember Pleasure"
  14. "Caviar Factory"
  15. "Torture Queen"
  16. "I Never Miss"
  17. "Submarine"
  18. "Christmas in Turkey"
  19. "Only Myself to Blame" – Scott Walker
  20. "Sweetest Coma Again" – Luna Sea featuring DJ Krush (Only appears on the Japanese release)
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