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February 22, 2013
January 22, 2013

kd lang

"I'll tease and tantalise,
With every line,
Till you are mine.
Tomorrow never dies."

1997 Tomorrow Never Dies

In 1997, Don made the leap to the new era of 007, with Pierce Brosnan now the man fighting terror in his tux. Black wrote the song Surrender for the end credits of Tomorrow Never Dies. By this time John Barry had grown bored of Bond and left the series. David Arnold had taken over, and in this movie paid affectionate homage to Barry, his score peppered with musical references to Goldfinger, Thunderball and From Russia With Love. Arnold and Black came up with a song in which, for a change, the woman is in control. kd lang’s taking-no-prisoners vocals storm ahead on hard-driving beats and wah-wah horns. It’s Bond versus the dominatrix.