Die Another Day (soundtrack)

Die Another Day is the title for the 20th James Bond film, and was released by Warner Bros. Records on November 12, 2002.

Arnold made use of electronic rhythm elements in his score, and included two of the new themes he created for The World Is Not Enough. The first, originally used as Renard's theme for the previous film, is heard during the mammoth "Antonov" cue on the recording, and is written for piano. The second new theme, most easily described as Bond's romance theme, is heard here on the "Going Down Together" track. There is also a second romance theme in "Die Another Day" which was previously used on The World Is Not Enough soundtrack titled "Christmas in Turkey", and can be heard during the Moneypenny/Bond virtual sequence.

In November 2017, La La Land Records released an expanded edition containing previously unreleased music.[4][5]

Die Another Day (Original Soundtrack)
DAD soundtrack
Soundtrack album by
ReleasedNovember 12, 2002
GenreFilm music
Spy music
LabelWarner Bros.
David Arnold chronology
Enough Die Another Day (Original Soundtrack) 2 Fast 2 Furious
James Bond soundtrack chronology
The World Is Not Enough
Die Another Day
Casino Royale
Singles from Die Another Day
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic3/5 stars[1]
Empire Online3/5 stars[2]
Filmtracks1/5 stars[3]

Track listing

  1. "Die Another Day" – Performed by Madonna
  2. "James Bond Theme (Bond vs. Oakenfold)" – David Arnold featuring Paul Oakenfold
  3. "On the Beach"
  4. "Hovercraft Chase"[A]
  5. "Some Kind of Hero?"
  6. "Welcome to Cuba"[A]
  7. "Jinx Jordan"
  8. "Jinx and James"
  9. "A Touch of Frost"
  10. "Icarus"
  11. "Laser Fight"
  12. "Whiteout"[A]
  13. "Iced Inc."
  14. "Antonov"[A]
  15. "Going Down Together"
  1. ^ a b c d contains the James Bond Theme, originally composed for the Dr. No soundtrack

Expanded edition

Disc 1

  1. On the Beach (extended version)**[A] 3:56
  2. Bond Meets Moon*/Hovercrafts* 2:16
  3. How Do You Intend to Kill Me Now, Mr. Bond?* 2:02
  4. Hovercraft Chase[A] 3:48
  5. Bond to Jail* 0:49
  6. Some Kind of Hero? 4:32
  7. Kiss of Life*[A] 4:46
  8. Peaceful Fountains of Desire* 1:05
  9. What’s In it For You?*/Cuba* 1:21
  10. Cuban Car*[A] 0:50
  11. Jinx Jordan 1:28
  12. Jinx & James 2:03
  13. Wheelchair Access*[A] 2:22
  14. Jinx, James and Genes* 5:14
  15. Gustav Graves’ Grand Entrance*[A] 1:34
  16. Blades*[A] 3:12
  17. Bond Gets the Key*/Virtual Reality*[A] 2:01
  18. The Vanish*/Bond Goes to Iceland*[A] 2:10
  19. The Explanation* 1:36
  20. Icarus 1:23
  21. Ice Spy*[A] 3:00
  22. A Touch of Frost 1:50
  23. Laser Fight 4:36
  24. It Belongs to His Boss*/Double Agent* 2:34
  25. Whiteout[A] 4:55
  26. Bond Kidnaps Skidoo*[A] 2:29
  27. Iced Inc.[A] 3:08
  28. Ice Palace Car Chase*[A] 4:57

Disc 2

  1. Switchblades*[A] 3:23
  2. Antonov[A] 11:51
  3. Antonov Gets It*[A] 3:20
  4. Moneypenny Gets It* 1:11
  5. Going Down Together 1:32

Additional Music

  1. On the Beach[A] 2:50
  2. Hovercraft Chase (film version)**[A] 3:47
  3. Some Kind of Hero? (film version)** 4:32
  4. Peaceful Fountains of Desire (alternate ending)* 1:06
  5. What’s In it For You? (orchestra only)* 0:41
  6. Welcome to Cuba 2:07
  7. Jinx Jordan (orchestra only)** 1:28
  8. Jinx & James (film version)** 2:07
  9. Wheelchair Access (original version)*[A] 2:22
  10. Party Trick (source)* 1:37
  11. A Touch of Frost (film version)** 1:50
  12. Laser Fight (film version)** 4:38
  13. Whiteout (full mix)**[A] 4:55
  14. Antonov (film version)**[A] 11:51
  15. James Bond Will Return*[A] 3:54

(*) Previously unreleased
(**) Contains previously unreleased material

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w contains the James Bond Theme, originally composed for the Dr. No soundtrack

In popular culture

  • South Korean figure skater Kim Yuna used the track "Going Down Together" as part of her James Bond Medley short program for the 2009–2010 season. The James Bond Medley program was also used at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada, where Kim went on to win a gold medal.

See also


Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Brazil (Pro-Música Brasil)[6] Gold 50,000*

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone


  1. ^ http://www.allmusic.com/album/die-another-day-music-from-the-motion-picture-mw0000662575
  2. ^ http://www.empireonline.com/reviews/reviewcomplete.asp?SID=8651
  3. ^ http://www.filmtracks.com/titles/die_another.html
  4. ^ "DIE ANOTHER DAY: LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET) — LLLCD 1447". Lalalandrecords.com.
  5. ^ "Expanded 'Titanic' & 'Die Another Day' Soundtracks Announced". filmmusicreporter.com.
  6. ^ "Brazilian album certifications – Vários – Die Another Day" (in Portuguese). Associação Brasileira dos Produtores de Discos.

External links

Die Another Day (disambiguation)

Die Another Day is a 2002 film and the 20th Eon Productions James Bond film.

Die Another Day may also refer to:

Die Another Day (soundtrack), soundtrack of the film

"Die Another Day" (song), the theme from the film interpreted by Madonna

Die Another Day (Beatrice Eli album), 2014 album by Beatrice Eli

"Die Another Day", a song by American nu metal band Korn.

James Bond music

The James Bond film series from Eon Productions features numerous musical compositions since its inception in 1962, many of which are now considered classic pieces of British film music. The best known of these pieces is the ubiquitous "James Bond Theme". Other instrumentals, such as the "007 Theme" or "On Her Majesty's Secret Service", and various songs, such as Shirley Bassey's "Goldfinger", Paul McCartney's "Live and Let Die", Carly Simon's "Nobody Does It Better", Sheena Easton's "For Your Eyes Only" and Duran Duran's "A View to a Kill" have also become identified with the series. Two Bond songs have won the Academy Award for Best Original Song: "Skyfall" by Adele and "Writing's on the Wall" by Sam Smith.

List of unreleased songs recorded by Madonna

The following songs recorded by Madonna were not released commercially. Some songs have been given to other recording artists for recording. The list encompasses studio-quality recording by Madonna that were not commercially or promotionally released by a reputable label, documented demo versions of songs not released in any form, early demo versions of released songs where there is a substantial difference to the released versions (such as completely different melody), and officially commissioned and Madonna-related professional remix not chosen for release.

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