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More Fun With Martinis, Girls and Guns on 007 Albums

James Hunter, New York Observer, 12 January 1998

PUSHING HER voice to surge and sparkle in ways it just doesn't want to, Sheryl Crow tries and tries to manage the choruses of 'Tomorrow Never Dies', the smart neoclassic James Bond ballad she and producer Mitchell Froom wrote for the new 007 movie. "Darling, you've won," Ms. Crow purrs like a cat in one verse. "It's no fun/Martinis, girls and guns."

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