August 24, 1997, North America…

Nintendo released a licensed title called “Goldeneye 007” for the Nintendo 64 console. It was based on the movie of the same name, released two year earlier, following the exploits of James Bond (at the time played by Pierce Brosnan). The game was a first-person shooter, which was impressive at the time, but even more impressive was the ability to have a four players at once play against each other in death matches. Sure, aiming the gun was interesting, but its graphics and detailed use of music and sound were highly praised.

This week, we’re celebrating the 26th anniversary of this game’s release. We’ll be listening to tracks from the game, as well as covers and remixes to boot.

I hope you’ll enjoy them, as you hum the James Bond theme in your head.



Track Listing (all original tracks were composed by Graeme Norgate, Grant Kirkhope, Robin Beanland)

Intro: “Opening/James Bond Theme”

“Bylomorye Dam, Arkangle/Dam”

“Goldeneye 007 N64 – Dam Remake (Includes Dam X)” – remixed by Matt Spence

“Soviet Missile Silo, Kirghizstan/Silo”

“Goldeneye 07 – Soviet Missile Silo (Industrial Metal Cover) – covered by MetalLegend64

“007 Watch/Q Watch v2.01 BETA”

“N64 Goldeneye 007 Watch Theme – Synthwave | Banausic” – remixed by Banausic

“Converted Military Train heading east/Train”

“The Last Navigator – Goldeneye 64 – Train (OST Remix)” – remixed by The Last Navigator

“Cradle/Antenna Cradle, Janus Base, Cuba”

“Cradle (Goldeneye 007) – GaMetal Remix (2022)” – remixed by GaMetal

“Severnaya Bunker Complex/Bunker 2”

“GoldenEye 007 | Bunker 2 [Drum/Keyboard Cover] DonutDrums” – covered by DonutDrums

Outro: “GoldenEye 007 | End Credits (DonutDrums)” – covered by DonutDrums


YouTube playlist