The artwork is said to be taken from the sequel's final sequence which allegedly takes place in the Bolivian desert.
The CD artwork for "Quantum of Solace" original motion picture soundtrack has been exposed. It features grubby James Bond and Camille walking away from a burning Dominic Greene's headquarters in a distance. MI6 explained that the cover art image is taken from the finale of the 22nd Bond film when the superspy agent and the vengeful lady clash with the lead villain and General Medrano at their Bolivian desert hide-out, Perla De Las Dunas.
The soundtrack will conceive music from composer David Arnold who has composed score for four times before in "Tomorrow Never Dies", "The World is Not Enough", "Die Another Day" and "Casino Royale". It will also include title song "Another Way To Die" which is performed by Jack White and Alicia Keys. The OST is set to be released on October 28 and can be pre-ordered at Amazon. Still, the tracks have yet to be announced.
Picking up hours after "Casino Royale", "Solace" resolves around the adventures of Bond in a manipulative and dangerous mission of uncovering the truth behind the organization which blackmailed his former lover, Vesper Lynd, while fighting the urge to avenge his broken heart. In a mission that brings him almost around the world from Austria to South America, he will meet Camille, a Russian-Bolivian agent who challenges as well as helps him come to terms with the emotional consequences of Vesper's betrayal.
The Columbia Pictures flick features the likes of Daniel Craig, Olga Kurylenko, Mathieu Amalric, Gemma Arterton, Giancarlo Giannini, Judi Dench, Jeffrey Wright and others. After being pushed back a week from its original date on November 7, it is now expected to come out on November 14.