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1. Grand Bazaar, Istanbul (Film Version) - the opening clusters (0:02 to 0:57) last a lot longer in the film, IIRC.
2. The Bloody Shot (Film Version) - French horns sound an Ab Major chord as the camera whip pans to the tunnel (should be at 4:22), missing on the album.
3. The Funeral - Second of the film's three quotes of the "M Theme."
4. Bond Enters the Office Tower - Bond enters the lobby and follows the trail of dead security guards to Patrice. A variation on the opening clusters from Grand Bazaar, Istanbul, but subtly different. Segues to Jellyfish.
5. The Elevator Stops - Gothic, Barry-esque minor chords and ominous low strings (think Bond At The Monsoon Palace from OP) as Bond climbs from under the elevator to the 67th floor. Should be between 0:44 and 0:45 on Jellyfish.
6. Circle of Life - Bond dispatches two of Severine's bodyguards with the steel briefcase, but the heavyset one tackles him, and they both fall into a pit with Komodo dragons. They fight until Bond is slammed to the ground. Only the first 30 seconds or so are missing. The rest can be found in Granborough Road from 0:32 to 1:04 and 2:00 to the end.
7. Silva's Capture - Bond takes out Silva's goons and calls in the cavalry. Features a great rendition of the Bond Theme.
8. Hydrogen Cyanide - Very effective cue, starting as M tells Silva that he'll be transferred to Belmarsh Prison, and he demands her to say his real name. IIRC, it ends when Bond enters Q's lab. It's variation on the chords heard in Someone Usually Dies, without the guitar ostinato, with stopped horns instead. The chilling electronic microtonal pitch wavering and clusters for when Silva takes off his apparatus can be also be heard at 1:37 to 1:50 in that track.
9. Temple - Silva adopts a new disguise as Metropolitan police officer at Temple Station, as Bond tries to find him in rush hour. Ends when Bond jumps onto the train.
10. Granborough Road (Film Version) - Same as the album version, except with two inserts. Tense stopped horns with interpolations of the chugging octatonic ostinato in low strings and guitars as Bond tries to find Silva amid lots of police officers. There's also low strings at the end for when Bond has Silva at gunpoint in the catacombs (one of the officially released clips).
11. She's Mine (Film Version) - I might be wrong, but I remember a longer introduction in the film for when Siva's helicopter lands.
12. The Name's Bond... James Bond (Skyfall Version) - Different from the one heard in CR, and not just in the orchestration. Features the take on the Bond theme's chords heard in You Know My Name and Adele's Skyfall (Em-C/E-A rather than Em-C/E-Cm6-5).