Octopussy (soundtrack)

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Octopussy
Soundtrack album by John Barry
Released 1983
Label A&M
James Bond soundtrack chronology
For Your Eyes Only
(1981)
Octopussy
(1983)
A View to a Kill
(1985)
Singles from Octopussy
  1. "All Time High"
    Released: 1983

Octopussy is the soundtrack for the eponymous thirteenth James Bond film. The score was composed by John Barry, the lyrics by Tim Rice. The opening theme, "All Time High" is sung by Rita Coolidge and is one of five title songs or songs that are not named after film's title.[1]

The original compact disc released in 1985, by A&M Records, was recalled because of a printing error, and became a rarity.[citation needed] In 1997, the soundtrack was released, by Rykodisc, with the original soundtrack music and some film dialogue, (additional tracks, No. 3, No. 7, and No. 10 seen below) on an Enhanced CD version. The 2003 release, by EMI, restored the original soundtrack music sans dialogue. The original music video of "All Time High" shows Rita Coolidge in very soft focus in an Indian palace, but it is one of the film's locations, the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, England.

Track listing[edit]

Original Release/2003 Remastered Version:

  1. "All Time High" – Rita Coolidge
  2. "Bond Look-Alike"
  3. "009 Gets the Knife and Gobinda Attacks"[2]
  4. "That's My Little Octopussy"
  5. "Arrival at the Island of Octopussy"
  6. "Bond at the Monsoon Palace"
  7. "Bond Meets Octopussy"
  8. "Yo-Yo Fight and Death of Vijay"
  9. "The Chase Bomb Theme"
  10. "The Palace Fight"
  11. "All Time High (Movie Version)" – Rita Coolidge

1997 release:

  1. "All Time High" – Rita Coolidge
  2. "Bond Look-Alike"
  3. "Miss Penelope"—dialogue
  4. "009 Gets the Knife and Gobinda Attacks"
  5. "That's My Little Octopussy"
  6. "Arrival at the Island of Octopussy"
  7. "Introducing Mr Bond"—dialogue
  8. "Bond at the Monsoon Palace"
  9. "Bond Meets Octopussy"
  10. "Poison Pen"—dialogue
  11. "Yo-Yo Fight and Death of Vijay"
  12. "The Chase Bomb Theme"[3]
  13. "The Palace Fight"
  14. "All Time High" – Rita Coolidge

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The others are "Nobody Does It Better" from The Spy Who Loved Me, "We Have All The Time In The World" from On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969), "You Know My Name" from Casino Royale (2006) and "Another Way to Die" from Quantum of Solace (2008).
  2. ^ In the Remastered Version Gobinda is misspelled Gorbinda.
  3. ^ Later pressings of the soundtrack erroneously call it "The Chase Bond Theme".