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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

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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

  • 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
  • amazing

    5
    By stanmeeee
    vocals..
  • Not a fan of her or this choice

    1
    By KnightShade23
    I wish the musical director realized that her voice doesn’t lend itself to the mystic, depth nor grandeur needed to pull off a James Bond song! Cheryl Crow, Madonna and now Eilish were 3 huge misses in the Bond musical legacy.
  • Terrible

    1
    By Echo7
    Absolutely terrible. With all the delays this movie has had, you think they would have taken the time to come up with a better theme song and actually hire someone who sings and doesn't mumble-whispers like this talentless individual. What were they thinking hiring her...seriously what is her appeal??? Do they want people walking out during the opening credits? Because this is what is going to happen.
  • Great song. It’s a real grower.

    5
    By Dougb69
    I liked the sone at first. Listened to it again and again and now I absolutely love it. It’s sounds like a real Bond song, the lyrics are great and love the music by Hans Zimmer in this as well. Certainly better than the previous Bond song.
  • no time to listen again

    1
    By Megan 0571
    so horrible, especially for a Bond movie. how much did it cost to produce this kitch? her video posturing is also beyond clone it’s almost hysterical. more corn syrup from the music industry conveyor belt. matching a zeitgeist commercial not so unique pop product to garner box office views is sad. even if the idea was to grab a younger generation to Bond, there are a lot more classier young talents that can bring class to a legendary once upon a time icon. Bond, has become a lame and redundant product. ugh 😣

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