No Time To Die is the theme to the 25th James Bond film of the same name, but only the second to reach No.1, debuting atop the chart on sales of 90,488 copies (including 72,596 from sales-equivalent streams) for Billie Eilish,
Eilish’s 10th chart entry but first No.1, it tops the chart more than four years after Sam Smith’s Writing On The Wall – the theme to the last Bond vehicle, Spectre – opened its account at No.1 on consumption ...
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