Not much to say about the first 23 tracks on this collection that hasn't been said already - whatever your personal musical tastes, the pre-Goldeneye songs are all classics, the later ones may well become classics in time, except of course for the unfortunate blip that was Die Another Day. The Chris Cornell theme from Casino Royale is included, but sadly it's the version already released on the single, not as heard in the film.
This time, the CD has the songs arranged in chronological order, (previously only found on the 30th Anniversary Double CD), and would have got the full 5 stars, were it not for the inclusion of the last track, a re-working of the Bond theme by John Arnold.
There are no words to describe how pitifully bad this track is. It would be more at home amongst the anonymous cover versions of Bond themes found on those cheap cover Bond albums. Hopefully, this will be the first and last time it's ever released on an official Bond music compilation.
If you already have all the songs on one CD or another, you may want to consider if it's worth getting this one, as the only new music you're getting is the John Arnold track, and that alone is simply not worth it.