Cover artwork has been unveiled for the "Quantum of Solace" original motion picture soundtrack, giving a hint to the theatrical poster...

Soundtrack CD Artwork
21st September 2008

Sleeve artwork for the "Quantum of Solace" original motion picture soundtrack CD has been unveiled. The OST for the 22nd James Bond film features music from composer David Arnold and will use images from the finale of the film, when 007 and Camille showdown with Dominic Greene and General Medrano at their Bolivian desert lair Perla De Las Dunas (seen burning in the background).

As the cover artwork is likely to be a spin of the final poster artwork, fans may be days away from seeing a similar design for the theatrical release poster. Two teaser posters have been release so far.

The OST will be released on 28th October 2008 in the USA and UK (a day later in mainland Europe) and will retail for $18.98 / £16.49. It will be published on Alicia Keys' label "J Records" and will include the title song "Another Way To Die".

Provisional Track Listing
1. Time To Get Out
2. The Palio
3. Inside Man
4. Bond In Haiti
5. Somebody Wants To Kill You
6. Greene & Camille
7. Pursuit At Port Au Prince
8. No Interest In Dominic Greene
9. Night At The Opera
10. Restrict Bond's Movements
11. Talamone
12. What's Keeping You Awake
13. Bolivian Taxi Ride
14. Field Trip
15. Forgive Yourself
16. DC3
17. Target Terminated
18. Camille's Story
19. Oil Fields
20. Have You Ever Killed Someone?
21. Perla De Las Dunas
22. The Dead Don't Care About Vengeance
23. I Never Left
24. Another Way To Die (Jack White & Alicia Keys)

David Arnold composed, arranged and produced the score for Quantum of Solace, his fifth James Bond film, following Tomorrow Never Dies, The World is Not Enough, Die Another Day and Casino Royale. As composer for Casino Royale, Arnold collaborated with Chris Cornell to write the title song “You Know My Name.”

Hailed as one of the most successful young British composers, Arnold began his film career making short films with fellow enthusiast Danny Cannon, teaching himself to write, orchestrate and compose the scores for their films. In 1993, he scored Cannon’s feature film debut The Young Americans, combining lush orchestration with Bjork’s vocals for the title song “Play Dead,” which earned critical and commercial success. This led to the offer to score Stargate, Roland Emmerich’s sci-fi film, which enjoyed box-office success and earned Arnold his first BMI Award.

Winner of seven BMI Awards for his music for Tomorrow Never Dies, The World is Not Enough, Die Another Day, Stargate, Independence Day, Godzilla and 2 Fast 2 Furious, he also won a Grammy for Independence Day and recently won the Royal Television Society Award for the title music of the UK comedy series “Little Britain.” In addition, he won the Ivor Novello Award for the music for The World Is Not Enough. He has been recognized by the film industry as a talented and diverse composer, arranger and producer, whose scores include Shaft, Changing Lanes, 2 Fast 2 Furious, The Stepford Wives and, most recently, Michael Apted’s Amazing Grace, Venus directed by Roger Michell, and Hot Fuzz directed by Edgar Wright.

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