Shine (Bond album)

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Shine
Studio album by bond
Released October 15, 2002
Recorded Spring 2002
Genre Classical crossover
Length 57:08
Label Decca Records
Producer Mel Bush/The Beatmasters/Various
bond chronology
Born
(2000)
Shine
(2002)
Remixed
(2003)

Shine is the second album released by the classical crossover string quartet Bond. It went Gold in six countries and it also spent five consecutive weeks in the US Classical Crossover charts. Bond have described it as an "ethnic" album.

UK,
Japan
U.S. Title Composed by Length
1 1 "Allegretto" Karl Jenkins, arr and Produced: The Beatmasters 3:54
2 2 "Shine" Magnus Fiennes 3:58
3 3 "Fuego" Tonči Huljić 2:59
4 4 "Strange Paradise" Alexander Borodin 4:29
5 5 "Speed" Stuart Crichton, arr. Stuart 7" mix 3:40
6 6 "Big Love Adagio" Tomaso Albinoni, arr. Magnus Fiennes/Stuart Crichton/bond 4:58
7 7 "Kashmir" Robert Plant/Jimmy Page. arr and Produced: The Beatmasters 5:08
8 8 "Gypsy Rhapsody" Tonči Huljić. arr and Produced: The Beatmasters 3:35
9 9 "Libertango" Ástor Piazzolla 3:43
10 10 "Sahara" Haylie Ecker 5:21
11 11 "Ride" Eos Chater 4:10
12 12 "Space" Martin Glover/Paul Carter/Manda Glanfield. arr and Produced:The Beatmasters 4:56
13 "Odyssey" Tania Davis arr. by Tania Davis and Brian Gascoigne 4:38
14 13 "Bond On Bond" Monty Norman (adapted from the James Bond theme), arr. Adapted Wherry 3:03