Skip to comments.Skyfall soundtrack without Adele breaks James Bond franchise record
Posted on 11/17/2012 6:11:57 PM PST by Perdogg
It debuted at number 100 in the Billboard 200 chart, the highest position that a Bond soundtrack has reached since A View to a Kill was ranked 38 in the summer of 1985.
The soundtrack is the most successful in the franchise for more than 20 years (Getty)
This is perhaps even more surprising given that Adele's single Skyfall, which one would expect to be featured on the album, is not included, even though it debuted at 8 in the charts when it was released last week.
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Hope you like it! I loved it.
One of the best Bond songs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nfc9GLxlhEw
I’ve spun Bassey’s “Goldfinger” on the turntable many times.
I liked the Duran Duran song for A view to a Kill. It was only ranked 38? You could hear every hour when the movie came out.
Bon, Simon, Le Bon.
PLEASE let it be a good Bond flick! The trailer looks good, Adele is great..I want SO MUCH to want to see it!
I liked it too, that classic Bernard Edwards/Nile Rodgers sound.
If you have not seen Skyfall--do it now!
As for Shirley Bassey, you all need to go to Youtube and see her cover of Pink's "Get the Party Started." It's awesome.
I loved the Jack White/Alicia Keyes song “another way to die” that was done for Quantum of Solace. The first time I heard it on the radio I said to hubby “it sounds like a James Bond song” and he said “that’s because that’s what it is”.
“Live and Let Die” has always annoyed me because of the line “the ever changing world in which we live in” I don’t know why that second “in” is there, it’s not even needed for the rhyme.
Louis Armstrong,Wings,Aha,Jack White,Duran Duran.Chris Cornell..
And one of the best Bond them song lampoons...
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