True, he did interpolate the Bond theme in various soundtrack cues, but what I and other posters are of course getting at is a fully fledged version of The James Bond Theme.
Arnold did hold back on the theme in CR and QoS, the reason being I think that Craig's new Bond was being "granted" bits of it as and when as he developed into the character. There's no need for that now, imho.
I'm not asking for a soundtrack with every other cue a version of the Monty Norman theme, but I'd wouldn't mind at least one major sequence in the film where Craig's Bond is in action to the original Bond theme, as arranged by the composer.
This is basically the point I was trying to make. Its not that the SF score did not contain the JB theme; it's that the arrangement of the theme seemed like it was cut-and-pasted from previous composer's scores (Most notably "The Name's Bond...James Bond" in the cue Breadcrumbs).
What Mr. Haines and myself would like to hear is Newman's interpretation of the JB theme, much like Martin, Hamlisch and Moby have done in the past.
Edited by dtuba, 31 January 2015 - 10:15 PM.