Apart from the awkward title song, performed by Tina Turner and written by U2's Bono and the Edge, the soundtrack to Goldeneye, the first James Bond movie starring Pierce Brosnan is an enjoyable collection. Most of the disc is devoted to Eric Serra's score, which builds on John Berry's classic Bond theme, developing into a bold, exciting piece of music. "Goldeneye" may be one of the weakest Bond themes, but that doesn't prevent the rest of the records from being as strong as the previous 007 soundtracks.
Sides from her early-'60s Minit sessions. The most New Orleans R&B-influenced of Thomas' early work, it includes "Cry On," "It's Raining," and "Ruler Of My Heart," as well as lesser-known but equally moving cuts like "Two Winters Long" and "It's Too Soon To Know."