Male Bonding

Ranking the James Bond Themes Part 3

Episode #35

For the last of our three episodes on James Bond Themes, the Male-Bonders looks back at 12 songs from the films of License To Kill, Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough, Die Another Day, Casino Royale (2006), Quantum of Solace, Skyfall, and Spectre.

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  1. Top Five (No particular order)

    Live and Let Die (always always gets my head bopping)
    Nobody Does It Better (perfect for Car Karaoke)
    For Your Eyes Only (agree with most of you, more so for the nostalgia, not the quality)
    A View to a Kill (A huge Duran Duran fan)
    SkyFall (also perfect for Car Karaoke)

    But I have to put the James Bond theme as the ultimate #1 though.

      1. Oh plenty of times. One of my dad’s favorite songs is Nobody Does it Better, so it started with singing it around the house off his cassette tape. It rarely comes on the radio, but if I am able to catch it Karaoke is happening.

          1. Same here. And in my opinion Roger Moore’s best. I think it is the first Bond film I actually remember seeing. Jaws left a big impression on me.

          2. Those teeth made a big impression on everyone! I do wish he wasn’t in Moonraker though. That would have been a good one to steer clear.

          3. I knew this Jaws before I even knew about the shark. I finally made myself watch Moonraker last year, only so I can say I have watched every single Bond movie. Never need to see it again. So stupid. And not like all of Bond movies are intelligent, but the premise was so lame.

          4. I agree. It was very bad! I remember watching Jaws at the drive in, so I saw that on first, but both were equally memorable.

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