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  • directorMartin Campbell

Casino Royale is a English album released on Nov 2006. Casino Royale Album has 25 songs sung by Nicholas Dodd, David Arnold. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Casino Royale songs on International Top Five - Casino Hits Trip Aces. December 6th, 2006. A slow week for Casino Royale with only four openings, and only one of those in a major market. In Japan the film had to settle for second place with $2.34 million on 443 screens over the weekend and $3.25 million in total; this was a tiny margin behind local film, Love and Honor.

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Soundrack Albums

  • You Know My NameInterscope Records

    Released: November 21, 2006

    Formats: CD, Digital

  • Casino RoyaleSony Classical (88697-02369-2)

    Released: November 14, 2006

    Formats: CD, Digital (88 min)

Compilation Soundtracks

  • Released: November 12, 2012

    Format: Digital (84 min)

  • Released: November 6, 2012

    Format: CD

  • Best of Bond... James Bond: 50th Anniversary CollectionCapitol Records

    Released: October 9, 2012

    Formats: CD, Digital (77 min)

  • Best of Bond... James Bond: 50 Years - 50 TracksCapitol Records

    Released: October 9, 2012

    Formats: CD, Digital (155 min)

  • The Best of James BondSeyffert Music

    Released: June 1, 2012

    Format: Digital (75 min)

  • The Best of BondRoyal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO SP 017)

    Released: October 27, 2008

    Format: CD (53 min)

Review: Casino Royale (3-disc Collector's Edition DVD)

After Die Another Day, the producers of the highly successful James Bond franchise decided to convert the last remaining Ian Fleming novel yet to truly be brought to the big screen, which also happened to be the very first James Bond adventure - Casino Royale. The decision to go back to the beginning also required getting a new actor to play the British secret agent. With the controversial choice of Daniel Craig (dubbed by some 'James Blonde'), much intrigue was swirling around Casino Royale, which was to be directed by GoldenEye director Martin Campbell, based on a screenplay by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, and Oscar-winner Paul Haggis.

Casino Royale follows Bond on his first real mission as a 00-status agent (with a license to kill). Bond follows a lead that brings him to Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen), a banker servicing many of the world's terrorists. After Bond thwarts a plan by Le Chiffre to short airline stock, Le Chiffre suddenly owes his clients a lot of money - or his life is forfeit. Sensing an opportunity, M (Judi Dench - the only holdover from the previous Bond films) sends Bond to compete against Le Chiffre in the high-stakes poker tournament at the Casino Royale in Montenegro. Joining Bond is Treasury agent Vesper Lynd (Eva Green), who is assigned to keep an eye on the money: Bond has to win the tournament to force Le Chiffre into surrendering to the British authorities.

Casino Royale was a smash hit, proving skeptics wrong about Craig, and successfully rebooting the franchise for a new generation of fans. Released on DVD back in 2007, the original 2-disc release was surprisingly light on extras, and rumors of a more substantial 'special edition' were floating around. Finally, just in time for the sequel Quantum of Solace, the new 3-disc DVD 'Collector's Edition' of Casino Royale was released, and it is certainly the release that fans have been eagerly awaiting.

With the first disc containing the feature film, the visual quality is actually improved a bit from the original 2007 DVD release. The transfer is identical, but there seems to be less compression artifacts. It's certainly an excellent image, with the opening grainy black-and-white sequence looking very film-like, and the remainder of the film maintaining a natural quality and color balance throughout, with strong contrast and black levels. The audio is presented in English and French Dolby Digital 5.1, and like the original DVD, packs quite a whollop. An immersive sound field plunks the viewer right in the middle of the action, dialogue is crisp and clear, and David Arnold's punchy and emotional score shines nicely.

Conspicuously missing from the original DVD release was a commentary track. Making up for that omission, we're given a rather informative track by director Martin Campbell and producer Michael G. Wilson. They discuss the evolution of the project, and the challenges faced with rebooting the Bond franchise. It's a great conversation that the two have, as they reminisce about the ups and downs they experienced making the movie. Even better, a second track features a crew commentary - with edited comments from seventeen(!) individuals who worked on the film, from the screenwriters, to composer David Arnold, to the stunt coordinator, and more. It's a fascinating track, and you learn an immense amount of material, compacted down into the film's running time. Well worth a listen.

On the second disc, we're given the same extras that were on the original 2007 2-disc DVD release. Slightly fluffy, they still give a taste of deeper things to come. 'Becoming Bond' (26-minutes) is a condensed making-of featurette that looks at the film from the novel through the adaptation, casting, and filming. 'James Bond: For Real' (23-minutes) focuses more on a few of the action sequences, and how the filmmakers decided to take Bond back to basics, with less fantasy and more realism. 'Bond Girls are Forever' (49-minutes) was a 2006 television special hosted by Bond girl Maryam d'Abo (The Living Daylights), and takes a look at a significant chunk of the female cast from throughout the Bond series, and their experiences with their respective films. 'You Know My Name' is the music video featuring singer Chris Cornell as he sings the film's main title.

The third disc brings us all the new featurettes - finally! First up are four 'Deleted Scenes' (8-minutes), which expand out some moments from the film, including Bond's hospital recovery towards the end, an expanded prologue, a bit more dialogue and banter between Bond and Vesper. Short but sweet, and all presented in 16x9 anamorphic video. 'The Road to Casino Royale' (26-minutes) is a great look at the long journey that Casino Royale had, from the original novel to the modern film version. Featuring interviews with a huge array of people including producers, screenwriters, friends of Ian Fleming, historians and more, the various attempts are explored (including the Peter Sellers spoof), and all of the legal battles are discussed candidly and informatively. The logical follow-through, 'Ian Fleming's Incredible Creation' (21-minutes) takes a more in-depth look at the novelist himself, his background and how Bond was created. An exploration of the origins of the modern spy community is also looked at, and it's a truly fascinating piece.

'James Bond in the Bahamas' (24-minutes) looks at the pivotal role that this small Caribbean country has played through the history of James Bond, from acting as Fleming's home, through to serving as a location shoot for the various Bond films. The companion piece to this featurette is 'Ian Fleming: The Secret Road to Paradise' (24-minutes), which looks more at Ian Fleming's associates and how they directly (or indirectly) influenced his work on the Bond novels. 'Death in Venice' (23-minutes) brings us back to the filmmaking of Casino Royale with an in-depth look at the challenges faced with bringing the Venice climax of the film to life. From location shoots, to miniatures, to stage shoots, and even underwater tanks, every aspect is explored. 'The Art of the Freerun' (14-minutes) looks at the fascinatingly fluid 'urban sport' created by Sebastien Foucan (who also appears in the film). A lot of behind-the-scenes material from the Madagascar sequence is included here, and it's great stuff to see. 'Catching a Plane: From Storyboard to Screen' (14-minutes) takes us through the Miami Airport sequence with storyboard comparisons, behind the scenes footage, and more. We're also given a chance to look at a 'Storyboard Sequence' which lets us watch the Freerun chase through storyboards (11-minutes), or with a storyboard comparison (10-minutes).

Finally, we have 'Filmmaker Profiles'. Not to be mistaken for some EPK-styled text screens, we instead are given solid featurettes on each major filmmaking crew member, with additional behind-the-scenes footage and interviews. Running 53-minutes long, we look at director Martin Campbell (11-minutes), special effects supervisor Chris Corbould (8-minutes), cinematographer Phil Meheux (8-minutes), stunt coordinator Gary Powell (8.5-minutes), 2nd unit director Alexander Witt (7-minutes) and composer David Arnold (10-minutes). Obviously the last segment is most interesting to SoundtrackNet readers, and we get some great comments from Arnold about the evolution of the themes in the film, as well as behind-the-scenes footage from the scoring sessions and song recording sessions with Chris Cornell. What is still missing? The theatrical trailers and any marketing. Oh well.

Casino Royale successfully rebooted the Bond franchise. It's a high-octane film, with plenty of action and emotion. It shows us how Bond became the Bond that we all know, and makes him human - flaws and all. It took a while, but we're finally given the extras that we really wanted the first time around, and if you haven't picked it up yet, Casino Royale is worth snagging. Even better, it will come with MovieCash towards Quantum of Solace, so you essentially get another movie for free.

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Music By: David Arnold
Orchestrated & Conducted By: Nicholas Dodd
James Bond Theme: Monty Norman
Song Written By: Chris Cornell, David Arnold
Song Performed By: Chris Cornell
Album Label: Sony Classical
Single Label: A&M Records / Polydor
Highest Chart Position: 2 (Denmark)

'Linstead Market' arranged and performed by Gary Trotman. Courtesy of Arc Music Productions International Ltd.

Producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli announced on July 26, 2006 that Chris Cornell, the former Audioslave and Soundgarden lead singer, composed and would sing 'You Know My Name' the Casino Royale title song. Cornell collaborated with David Arnold who composed the film's score.

Various names were reported in the media prior to the announcement, some reports going so far as to have the performers apparently claim they were working on the theme. This list included Tina Turner, who previously sang 'GoldenEye' for the 1995 Bond film of the same name, and crooner Tony Christie.

The Casino Royale title song 'You Know My Name' is the first theme song since 1983's 'Octopussy' to use a different title than the film, and Cornell is the first male performer since a-ha in 1987's 'The Living Daylights'.

It is only the fourth Bond theme (after the opening medley of 'Dr. No', the instrumental theme from 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service' and 'All Time High' from 'Octopussy') to make no direct reference to the title of the film. The soundtrack was completed early in the morning on October 11, 2006. The soundtrack was released on November 14, 2006.

'You Know My Name' is the first Bond theme not to be included on its film's soundtrack album and was released separately as a single and on Cornell's album 'Carry On'.

Cornell declared that it happened because he wanted the song to be 'his', and since he wrote 'You Know My Name' in midst of recording the solo album Carry On, he felt that the song belonged to the album. In 2008, the song was included in the compilation 'The Best of Bond...James Bond'. The video for the single premiered on MTV's Making the Video on October 31, 2006.

However, motifs from the song serve as Bond's theme throughout the film, for example the tracks 'I'm the Money' and 'Aston Montenegro' feature two different instrumental renditions of its chorus. The 'You Know My Name' CD single was released on December 11, 2006.
ChartPeak #
Danish Single Chart2
Finnish Single Chart3
Italian Single Chart4
UK Downloads Chart4
Norwegian Single Chart5
UK Singles Chart7
Dutch Single Chart10
Swiss Single Chart10
Irish Singles Chart11
German Single Chart15
Swedish Single Chart21
Austrian Single Chart28
French Single Chart51
US Billboard Hot Digital Songs57
US Billboard Pop 10064
US Billboard Hot 10079

Three versions of the song were produced: the original (referred to as the 'Rock Version'), the version used in the video and released on the Carry On album (referred to as the 'Pop Version') and a pitched-up version used in the films opening and closing credits.

The first version of the song, the grittier one which was leaked and not used in the movie, was made available for download on iTunes Store on November 13, 2006. This version debuted on the UK Single Download Chart at number 20 on November 22, 2006. It was released as a stand-alone single on December 14, 2006. The single features a new acoustic version of the Soundgarden song 'Black Hole Sun' as a B-side. The German, Dutch and Australian versions of the single offer a second version of 'You Know My Name' (called the Pop Mix) as a B-side.

Above: Cover art from the 'You Know My Name' single released in the UK on CD.

Cornell won both the Satellite Award and the World Soundtrack Award for 'You Know My Name' in 2007, and garnered a Grammy Award nomination for Best Song Written For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media the following year. The song also received a first-round nomination in the 'Best Original Song' category for the 2006 Academy Awards, but did not qualify for the final list of nominees.

Some cues for the movie which did not make the final selection of tracks for the soundtrack album are available as bonus track downloads in iTunes from the iTunes Store. The traditional James Bond Theme builds throughout the film before appearing in its full form over the end credits as track 25 'The Name's Bond... James Bond' on the official album.

Soundtrack Listing
1. 'African Rundown' (6:52)
2. 'Nothing Sinister' (1:27)
3. 'Unauthorized Access' (1:08)
4. 'Blunt Instrument' (2:22)
5. 'CCTV' (1:30)
6. 'Solange' (0:59)
7. 'Trip Aces' (2:06)
8. 'Miami International' (12:43)
9. 'I'm the Money' (0:27)
10. 'Aston Montenegro' (1:03)
11. 'Dinner Jackets' (1:52) *
12. 'The Tell' (3:23)
13. 'Stairwell Fight' (4:12)
14. 'Vesper' (1:44)
15. 'Bond Loses It All' (3:56)
16. 'Dirty Martini' (3:49)
17. 'Bond Wins It All' (4:32)
18. 'The End of an Aston Martin' (1:30) *
19. 'The Bad Die Young' (1:18)
20. 'City of Lovers' (3:30)
21. 'The Switch' (5:07)
22. 'Fall of a House in Venice' (1:53)
23. 'Death of Vesper' (2:50)
24. 'The Bitch Is Dead' (1:05)
25. 'The Name's Bond... James Bond' (2:49)

Casino Royale 2006 Ost

iTunes Bonus Tracks
1. 'License: 2 Kills' (2:38)
2. 'Reveal LeChiffre' (1:25)
3. 'Mongoose vs. Snake' (1:16)
4. 'Bombers Away' (0:27)
5. 'Push Them Overboard' (0:27)
6. 'Bedside Computer' (0:41)
7. 'Beep Beep Beep Bang' (0:37)
8. 'Inhaler' (0:27)
9. 'Brother from Langley' (1:41)
10. 'Prelude to a Beating' (1:17)
11. 'Coming Round' (1:11)
12. 'I'm Yours' (1:04)
13. 'Running to the Elevator' (0:28)

Track Order In The Film
1. 'License: 2 Kills'
2. 'You Know My Name (Main Title)' – Chris Cornell (David Arnold/Chris Cornell)
3. 'Reveal Le Chiffre'
4. 'Mongoose vs. Snake'
5. 'Bombers Away'
6. 'African Rundown'
7. 'Nothing Sinister'
8. 'Push Them Overboard'
9. 'Unauthorised Access'
10. 'Blunt Instrument'
11. 'CCTV'
12. 'Bedside Computer'
13. 'Solange'
14. 'Trip Aces'
15. 'Miami International'
16. 'Beep Beep Beep Bang'
17. 'I'm the Money'
18. 'Aston Montenegro'
19. 'Dinner Jackets'
20. 'The Tell'
21. 'Inhaler'
22. 'Stairwell Fight'
23. 'Vesper'
24. 'Bond Loses It All'
25. 'Brother from Langley'
26. 'Dirty Martini'
27. 'Bond Wins It All'
28. 'The End of an Aston Martin
29. 'Prelude to a Beating'
30. 'The Bad Die Young'
31. 'Coming Round'
32. 'I'm Yours'
33. 'City of Lovers
34. 'The Switch
35. 'Fall of a House in Venice'
36. 'Running to the Elevator'
37. 'Death of Vesper'
38. 'The Bitch Is Dead'
39. 'The Name's Bond... James Bond'
40. 'You Know My Name (End Title)' – Chris Cornell (David Arnold/Chris Cornell)

* Dinner Jackets - was provisionally titled 'Dinner Jackets & Dinner Jackets'
* The End of an Aston Martin - was provisionally titled 'The End of an Aston Martini'

Total Time (Official Album only): 74:20
Total Time (iTunes Bonus Tracks only): 13:39
Total Time (Official Album and iTunes Bonus Tracks): 1:27:59

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