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The Music of James Bond – The Complete List

Tomorrow Never Dies

Year 1997
Composed by: Sheryl Crow, Mitchell Froom
Performed by: Sheryl Crow
Movie: Tomorrow Never Dies
James Bond: Pierce Brosnan
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There were different music proposals for many James Bond movies, but never as many as for “Tomorrow Never Dies”. The producers launched invitations at large, which practically lead to a secret competition (not even the participants knew about it). The proposals came from Pulp, The Cardigans, Swan Lee, Saint Etienne, Dot Allison and many others. There were 12 proposals received in total 1)The Music of James Bond” by Jon Burlingame, book published by Oxford University Press in 2012.

Sheryl Crow was the chosen one. Her song reached 12th place in Britain.

The music video shows us Sheryl Crow as a female version of James Bond.

The band members of Pulp subsequently changed the their song in “Tomorrow Never Lies”. With their piece, the movie would have begun like this:

The version of Saint Etienne might have catch up:

Swan Lee made a music video in the James Bond style for their song composed for “Tomorrow Never Dies”:

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Article written exclusively for Miratico by Velea. Lucian Velea
Lucian Velea is the founder of the website Miratico and has been a fan of the James Bond movies ever since he saw "Octopussy".

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1. The Music of James Bond” by Jon Burlingame, book published by Oxford University Press in 2012

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