Best Unused Bond Title Songs

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For every Paul McCartney, or Carly Simon, or Adele… there’s a Madonna, or Gladys Knight, or Sam Smith. Sometimes a James Bond song and artist are a perfect match. However, there have been several theme songs mistakenly rejected by the producers.

Here are 7 rejected James Bond theme songs that I believe are better than what was originally selected:

  1. FOR YOUR EYES ONLY by Blondie (rather than For Your Eyes Only by Sheena Easton; 1981)


2. SURRENDER by K.d Lang (rather than Tomorrow Never Dies by Sheryl Crow; 1997)


3. NO GOOD ABOUT GOODBYE by Shirley Bassey (rather than Another Way To Die by Alicia Keys and Jack White; 2008)


4. MR. KISS KISS BANG BANG by Dionne Warwick (rather than Thunderball by Tom Jones; 1965)


5. THE GOLDENEYE by Ace of Base (rather than Goldeneye by Tina Turner; 1995)


6. THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN by Alice Cooper (rather than The Man With The Golden Gun by LuLu; 1974)


7. SPECTRE by Radiohead (rather than Writing’s On The Wall by Sam Smith; 2015)



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