|Single by Tina Turner|
|from the album GoldenEye: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack from the United Artists film and Wildest Dreams|
|Released||November 7, 1995|
|Format||Cassette, CD single|
|Genre||Pop rock, R&B|
|Label||Parlophone (UK), Virgin (US)|
|Songwriter(s)||Bono and the Edge|
|Tina Turner singles chronology|
|James Bond theme singles chronology|
"GoldenEye" is a song performed by Tina Turner, and the eponymous theme song for the 1995 James Bond film, GoldenEye. The song was written specially for Turner by Bono and the Edge of U2 when they learned that she had been invited to sing the theme to the upcoming Bond movie, and the track was produced and mixed by British producer/remixer/composer Nellee Hooper, best known for his work with Massive Attack, Madonna, U2 and Björk. The track reached #10 on the UK Singles Chart and became a Top 5 hit in most other European countries.
"GoldenEye" was first released on the original motion picture soundtrack and the following year it was included on Turner's album Wildest Dreams. The song has been covered by Nicole Scherzinger for the 2010 GoldenEye 007 video game.
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Like many Bond themes before it, Tina Turner's version was not the only recorded song for the film. Swedish pop band, Ace of Base also recorded a song that was optioned to the studio. Ace of Base's "The GoldenEye" was later reworked into "The Juvenile" which appeared on their Da Capo album in 2002.
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