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Album Information
Album Diamonds Are Forever
Artist John Barry, Don Black
Year 1971
Genre Soundtrack
Contributor Techo

Request Buy # Track Listing Length Played
iTunes 01 Main Title-Diamonds Are Forever (Performed By Shirley Bassey)
John Barry, Don Black
2:50 151
AmazoniTunes 02 Bond Meets Bambi And Thumper
John Barry
3:07 55
AmazoniTunes 03 Moon Buggy Ride
John Barry
4:15 9
AmazoniTunes 04 Circus, Circus
John Barry
2:48 6
AmazoniTunes 05 Death At The Whyte House
John Barry
4:52 7
AmazoniTunes 06 Bond And Tiffany
John Barry
3:43 7
No Link 07 Death Of Wint And Kidd
John Barry
3:37 5
AmazoniTunes 08 Bond Smells A Rat
John Barry
1:50 5
AmazoniTunes 09 Tiffany Case
John Barry
3:44 8
AmazoniTunes 10 007 And Counting
John Barry
3:30 42
AmazoniTunes 11 Q's Trick
John Barry
2:24 5
AmazoniTunes 12 To Hell With Blofeld
John Barry
5:04 34
Amazon 13 Gunbarrel/Manhunt
John Barry
3:09 12
AmazoniTunes 14 Mr. Wint And Mr. Kidd/Bond To Holland
John Barry
4:02 8
AmazoniTunes 15 Peter Franks
John Barry
2:53 3
AmazoniTunes 16 Airport Source/On The Road
John Barry
2:59 3
AmazoniTunes 17 Slumber, Inc.
John Barry
2:21 5
AmazoniTunes 18 The Whyte House
John Barry
2:20 4
AmazoniTunes 19 Plenty, Then Tiffany
John Barry
2:25 5
AmazoniTunes 20 Following The Diamonds
John Barry
4:01 14
Amazon 21 Additional And Alternate Cues
John Barry
9:07 84

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1 review done for this album.

A review by James Southall found on
By: Angel
Date: 4 Jul 2010
The title song is surely one of the best, most iconic Bond songs; certainly it features Don Black's cleverest, most inspired lyrics, a delightfully catchy Barry melody and a typically forceful Shirley Bassey vocal - indelible stuff. Then comes the original running order of the first Diamonds are Forever album (with additional music added to a couple of tracks), then comes the extra material. Presenting the CD in this way does the music no favours, with there being little or no dramatic flow - it's most unfortunate that there were legal reasons preventing the album's producers from putting the score in chronological order.

First, the music all Barry/Bond fans already know and love - the sly action of "Moon Buggy Ride"; the languid "Death at the Whyte House"; the suave "Bond Smells a Rat"; "007 and Counting", the distant cousin to You Only Live Twice's classic "Space March"; the gleefully jazzy and catchy "Q's Trick"; and the freshly-extended "To Hell with Blofeld", now three times as long as before, the score's action highlight, with its reprise of From Russia with Love's "007 Theme". Then we start all over again in "Gunbarrel and Manhunt", the delightful action piece that score's the film's opening. Much of the rest of the new music does resemble parts of what has already been released, but now the balance of action to source music is far more balanced in favour of the former, which can't be a bad thing. The highlight of the new material is "Slumber, Inc.", which seems to come out of nowhere (though its inclusion is obvious when you see the film); opening with a kind of cheesy organ solo it develops into a choral piece of epic, mammoth proportions and is actually strangely moving.

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