Coke Zero ad features Quantum of Solace theme song

Coke Zero has launched a new commercial to tie with Quantum of Solace featuring an instrumental section of the song composed by Jack White and Alicia Keys. Watch the ad on YouTube, below.

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8 Responses to “Coke Zero ad features Quantum of Solace theme song”

  • nick

    that wasnt bad but it was the same all through the advert it could of been better as ive heard the quantum theme song i really like the song

  • Jonathan Bennett

    The song is awful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Mauricio

    I don’t know yet. Let’s wait and see.
    The intro seems to be promising.
    One thing I can tell you for sure:
    I miss John Barry a lot!!!

    Best wishes

    Your man in Brazil
    (PS. Sorry about my English)

  • Doc Sibyllin

    I kind a like the theme song. Far better than Chris corny’s ! I’m a John Barry fan but I truly love Arnold’s work ; It does thr job in thrilling the audience… Don’t you think ?

  • Baz

    As a few of the recent James Bond themes would not fair very well as stand alone songs, lets see how it ties up with the action of the film.

  • Jamie

    I think it sounds pretty good! I almost wish they’d keep it an instrumental, actually – I can’t imagine fitting vocals into that track!

  • M

    @Doc – It’s a bit too early to judge whether or not this is better than You Know My Name – from what I’ve heard of the full song (Another Way To Die) it is by far the worst of the series.

    @James – once you hear the song you’ll carry on wishing it was an instrumental.


  • 3007

    If the movie is anything to go by song then is going oh,oh NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

    Annie Lennox or Shirley B would have been a better choice & less of a gamble?
    I dont like Garbage’s song to ‘World is not enough’ either when I hear it without the opening titles, so perhaps this will be the same? Ok when watching the movie but aaaaaaaaaaaaah when not!!!

    Yours, shakkin but not stirred