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Album: No Time To Die - Single

Artist: Billie Eilish

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2020
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2020 Darkroom/Interscope Records

Tracklist For No Time To Die - Single By Artist Billie Eilish

Title Artist Time
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No Time To Die Billie Eilish 4:02 USD 1.29

Reviews For No Time To Die - Single By Artist Billie Eilish

  • Worst bond

    1
    By dominick8691
    Horrible
  • Trash

    1
    By SurfingIsFunBro
    Trash
  • Pretty Good 😀

    3
    By Anna/Rose
    Honestly, I like the song. I think she has a beautiful voice. But, I wish she didn’t whisper so much. I think the song could have turned out a lot better if she spoke up a little.
  • Beautiful

    5
    By Niallgrl
    amazing song and to those who are fans will understand the meaning of the song. it fits so beautiful with the movie. she did such an outstanding job. being the first non british musician to perform a James Bond opening song she did the job perfectly.
  • Riveting

    5
    By Kai King of Kings
    This was a masterpiece. Beautiful tone, rhythm and synchronization. The descendos and crescendos are breath taking, a lovely flow of passion.
  • I like it

    4
    By Milin-di-An
    Normally, when I hear a song where the singer is purposely mumbling and purposely not enunciating in what I believe is an attempt to sound husky/sexy/mysterious or whatever, it rubs me the wrong way and my ears automatically remember it to avoid it. It’s until later that I realise that the reason for my dislike is the mumbling. However, I’m not sure if it’s the Bond style, or what, but I like this song. And while there is some mumbling and an attempt to sound breathy and husky, the words still sound like they are enunciated well. Anyway, so much for the dissection of why I feel the way I feel. All said and done, good song to play when driving along a long empty road at night.
  • Loveeee

    5
    By Bellefav08
    I LOVE THIS SONG TO THE POINT WHERE I SING IT IN MY SLEEP WHO EVER SAYS NO HAS SUPER BAD TASTE IN MUSIC OR JUST DOESN'T UNDERSTAND THE CONCEPT OF THE WAY IT WAS WRITTEN
  • Awesomeness is playing

    5
    By $$$$man🤑
    Frick all of you haters this is the best James Bond music I’ve ever heard 🤩
  • It’s so good, I’m honestly speechless.

    5
    By JTBSpartan
    Every single theme song for Daniel Craig’s Bond movies has sent chills down my spine, and this one is absolutely no exception. Whenever she gets to the line “That I’ve fallen for, a lie”, the guitar combined with her vocals feel like a warm cup of hot cocoa, a warmth that you feel all the way through your body. Absolutely incredible all around.
  • If I could give this negative a million stars, I would

    1
    By 🇬🇷💕
    She is a terrible “singer”!! Her voice is literally lifeless and depressing

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