The Crow track, on high of working the movie’s title into its completed product, continues to be a correct entry into the historical past of Bond songs, for certain. It’s a phenomenal, moody noir quantity in a sequence that was nonetheless attempting to reinvent itself in a contemporary context. But “Surrender” is, with out query, the track that ought to have opened the movie, moderately than be shifted to the ending credit. It’s a tribute to evil, with a scrumptious lyrical story that may have even made Elliot Carver cry proud, chilly bastard tears. This is the theme that bought away, and the Thunderball-style confidence offered inside doesn’t faux in any other case.