"Hoist The Colours" Cabin Boy Vocals by Brendyn Bell Singing Gallows Pirates: Chris Allport, Lawrence Cummings, Jim Raycroft, Robert Hovencamp, Geoffrey Alch, Ned Wertimer, Samela Beasom & Jessica-Elisabeth Lyrics by Ted Elliott & Terry Rossio Music by Hans Zimmer & Gore Verbinski
Music Composed by Hans "Long John" Zimmer Score Overproduced by Hans "Long John" Zimmer, Bob "Cut 'Em Up" Badami & Melissa "Tortuga Wench" Muik
Executive Soundtrack Album Producers: Jerry "The Hook" Bruckheimer & Gore "Cap'n" Verbinski Executive in Charge of Music & Soundtracks for Walt Disney Pictures & the Buena Vista Music Group: Mitchell "Swabby" Leib Music Supervisor: Bob "Cut 'Em Up" Badami Executive in Charge of Music Production for the Buena Vista Motion Pictures Group: Monica "Blackheart" Zierhut Music Creative/Marketing for the Buena Vista Motion Pictures Group: Glen Lajeski Music Business & Legal Affairs: Scott "White Beard" Holtzman & Sylvia "Eagle Eye" Krask Director of Soundtracks for the Buena Vista Music Group: Desirée "Pillage" Craig-Ramos
Supervising Technical Music Coordinator: Thomas "Six Pounders" Broderick Additional Music by Lorne "Shiver Me Timbers" Balfe, Tom "Chum Bucket" Gire, Nick "The Admiral" Glennie-Smith, Henry "Jolly Swordfish" Jackman, Atli "Cod Warrior" Örvarsson, John "Red Beard" Sponsler & Geoff "Broadside" Zanelli
Supervising Music Editor: Melissa "Tortuga Wench" Muik Music Editors: Katie "Crazy Katie Cathouse" Greathouse & Barbara "No Quarter" McDermott Supervising Orchestrator: Bruce "Crossbones" Fowler Orchestrators: Walt "Argh" Fowler, Elizabeth "Rancid" Finch, Ken "Swashy" Kugler, Suzette "Aye" Moriarty & Steve "Barking" Bartek Music Preparation: Booker "Fire Ship" White, Walt Disney Music Library
Score Recorded by Alan "Mizzenmast" Meyerson & Slamm "Scallywag" Andrews Album Mixed by Alan "Mizzenmast" Meyerson & Big Al "Rum Ole Boy" Clay Additional Recording by Jeff "Bucko" Biggers & Big Al "Rom Ole Boy" Clay, Greg "Sword" Vines & Matt "Mad" Ward
Featured Musicians: Phil Ayling: Oboe
Chris Bleth: Duduk
Pedro Eustache: Ethnic Woods
Karen Han: Erhu
Lily Haydn: Fiddle
Michael "Catgut O' Squeals" Levine: Fiddle
Frank Marocco: Accordion
Heitor "Pieces of Eight" Pereira: Banjo
Simon Phillips: Drums
Tom Raney: Cymbalon
Martin "Scourge of the Seven Seas" Tillman: Cello
Gore "Cap'n" Verbinski: Guitar
Featured Vocalist: Delores "Vixen of the Seas" Clay Orchestra Conducted by Blake "Blackstone" Neely & Nick "The Admiral" Glennie-Smith Featured Musician Soloists Co-Produced by Jimmy "Jostlin' Jig" Levine & Nick "The Admiral" Glennie-Smith Orchestra Contractors: Sandy "Smooth Sailing" DeCrescent, Peter "Jolly Rotten" Rotter Technical Music Assistants: Pete "Keel Haul" Oso Snell, Kevin "K-Dog" Globerman, Jacob "Buckwald" Shea, Bobby "Burly Booty" Tahouri & Dan "Ear Spit" Zimmermann Digital Instrument Design by Mark "Walk The Plank!" Wherry Production Coordinator for Hans Zimmer: Andrew "Mad Dog" Zack Sample Development: Claudius "String Bucket" Bruese Sample Development Assistants: Zain "Cap't Vain" Effendi & Mark "Scuttlin' Sam Pilar" McCormick
Scored Recorded at Todd AO Scoring Stage, Studio City, CA, Fox Scoring Stage, Century City, CA & Sony Scoring Stage, Culver City, CA
Choir Recorded by Geoff "No Prey, No Pay" Foster Choir Contractor: Isobel "Jolly Roger" Griffiths Choir Master: Jenny "Ahoy Matey!" O'Grady Choir: Metro Voices Soprano: Hila Plitmann Choir Conducted by Matthew Dunkel UK Music Preparation: Jill "Pirate Got Me Eye" Streater UK Music Coordinator: Nyree Pinder Choir Recorded at Air Lyndhurst Studios, London & Abbey Road Studios, London
Score Mixed at Remote Control Productions, Santa Monica, CA
Music Production Services: Steven "Swagger" Kofsky Studio Coordinator: Czarina "Lady Jane" Russell Music Production Intern: Seth "Cabin Boy" Glennie-Smith
Scoring Stage Crew: Chris "Monkey Rage" Barrett, Alison "Queen of the Seas" Burton, Bryan Clementes, Andrew Dudman, Mark Eshelman, Dominic Gonzales, Tom Hardisty, Sam "Terror O' Taunton" Jones, Tim Lauber, Adam Michalak, Francesco Perlangelli, Denis St. Amand, Jay Selvester, Tom Steel & Chelley Sydow Mastered by Patricia Sullivan at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA
Hans Zimmer would like to thank: Gore "Cap'n" Verbinski, Jerry "The Hook" Bruckheimer, Pat "Kraken" Sandston, Stephen "The Blade" Rivkin, Craig "Hatchet" Wood, Mitchell "Swabby" Leib, Monica "Blackheart" Zierhut, Becky Bentham, Tiffany "Anne Bonny" Bordenave, Alison Burton, Ronni Chasen, Ramin "Salty Dog" Djawadi, James "Boot Truck" Dooley, Clay "Captain Cash" Duncan, Morgan "Empress" Feeney, Bart "Black Bart" Hendrickson, Alex "Rolls 'em Down" Hill, Zack "Old Shoe" Howard, Jörg Hüttner, Braden "VooDoo Mullet" Kimball, Tami "Salty Wench" Goldman, Dan Goldwasser, Peter "Shiver Me Oscillators" Gorges, Yvette "Rum Cake" Gonzales, Michael Gorfaine, Harry Gregson-Williams, Rupert "Abandon Ship!" Gregson-Williams, Steve "Bad Boy" Jablonsky, Josh "Loot & Booty" Klein, Allie Lee, Henning "Plunder 'n Pillage" Lohner, Christina "Madame Pink" Mansky, Matt "yARRRdstick" Margeson, Ashley "Sea Slug" Olauson, Lance Povlock, Manfred "Governor" Ruerup, Jeff Sanderson, Sam "Shark Tooth" Schwartz, Shalini "Gunwalls Ethel" Singh, Charlie "Wise Bones" Steinberg, Chris "Gust 'o' Wind" Strong, Krista "Hook Darling" Vitt, Ryan A. Watkins & Jill "Cannon Ball" Weiss
The Music Team would like to thank: Glenis Aquilina, Harriet Badami, Her Grace Lydia Duchess of Bedford, Eva & David Balfe, Huck & Bowie: Crew Therapists, Dee, Georgia & Sammy Clay, Clay Duncan, Eliza Da Silva, Dian, Kaylin Frank, Alyssa & Trentin Gire, Haley, Seth, Joss & Fern Glennie-Smith, Tess Greathouse, Lily His, Ryan Hopman, Jen Jardine, Amanda, Linz, Indiana, Ilan & Gabriella Kofsky, Suzann Levine, Leonie McDermott, Mama & Dori, Joie & Joe Meyerson, Mom & Dad Muik, The Oliphants, Anna Örvarsson, Helena Pereira, Marcus & Anakin Shaw, Sally & Sydney Snell, Debbie, Nick, Rob & Trevor Sponsler, Susiz & Mark, Ewa Tillman, V, Paula "Nana" Williams & Norma Zack
Release date : 05/22/2007
On 2007, May the 19th., Disneyland organized the world premiere from the movie. Hans ZIMMER performed some of the pieces he wrote for the film on Tom Sawyer Island.
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Did Henry Jackman do up is down? Or did Zimmer do part of that as well.
As I understand it, it's the main tune of Zimmer's love theme, arranged that way by Jackman. Whether Zimmer actively helped with that arrangement, idk. It's in the Marry Me suite, but Marry Me is both Zimmer and Jackman (meaning, presumably, that Jackman handled the Up Is Down part from the suite).
But, I don't know. In Hybrid's words, it's all wind.
IMO Marry Me is one of Zimmer's greatest suites, as an aside. ;)
2007 Jackman interview :
"On Da Vinci Code, I sort of felt that Hans was doing the whole thing. For The Simpsons, he wrote a tune for Homer Simpson which is so perfect in capturing his personality. He did that on the piano. He did a piano mock and gave it to the director who found it sounded pretty cool. But not being a musician, he couldn’t quite see it. So I came in and made a 6-minute orchestral suite based on that tune and exploring different ways. And then the director said : “OOOh, it’s gonna work!” So it all depends. Hans has different relationships with his composers, he knows what they’re good at and if he feels that you have an understanding on something, he steps back and just lets you do your thing. He’s very flexible."
There was one where he talked specifically about Up Is Down, but I can't find it anymore... lol
Do you remember anything it said? ;)
so the homer suite on hans page is zimmer and jackman huh? interesting
So...It is Zimmer & Jackman. Cool.
"There was one where he talked specifically about Up Is Down, but I can't find it anymore... lol"
Well in Zimmer's interview for this score, he definitely said the Irish fiddle/swashbuckling sound idea was Jackman. Then judging from the sound of the part at the end, I imagine that's Zimmer again, but I could be wrong. lol.
That interview is actually intensely interesting, Zimmer goes a great deal into the various cues and themes (and although I didn't know this before, he at least made it SOUND like he wrote the second half of "Beckett's Death", the big dramatic choir part when he gives up and is killed). I guess all this is more complicated, credit-wise, than it would seem. O_O
Hybrid, since the suites here were co-written to one degree or another (Marry Me is Zimmer and Jackman, Just Good Business is Zimmer and Balfe, Hoist the Colors is Zimmer/Verbinski and NGS...), do you know if any of them were done like the Homer suite from the Simpsons? So with Just Good Business, for example, did Zimmer write the whole suite on a piano, then Balfe orchestrated it, or did Balfe actually *write* that suite/part of it? It doesn't matter, just something I was curious about. :P
What is "I Don't Think Now Is the Best Time" and "Drink Up Me Hearties" in the expanded score?
In the official score the "I Don't Think Now Is the Best Time" has two parts which are chronologically reversed. In the extended score the tracks are "Beckett's Death", "Getting the Chest" and "The Wedding". For "Drink Up Me Hearties" the tracks are "The Fountain of Youth" and the End Credits.
Hybrid, do you know how much of the Hoist the Colors suite is Nick Glennie Smith's work? Is it a co-written suite, where NGS contributed to this part, then HZ did the next section, or is it that Zimmer basically just did the main tune in its barest essentials and Nick went and made an epic suite out of it?
P3 1m01v2 Hoist the Colours (1:31) P3 1m02v6 Arrive in Singapore (2:18) P3 1m03Av1 East India Trading Company (0:27) P3 1m03Bv3 Getting Ready (1:01) P3 1m05 7v25 Entering the Bath House (2:55) P3 1m08v7 Steam Room (0:42) P3 1m09Av6 Sao Feng Negotiation (5:14) P3 1m09Bv10 Battle with the Brits (2:21) P3 2m10v12 Battle Continues - Will Makes Deal (1:37) P3 2m11v2 Crew Embarks (1:48) P3 2m12v9 Trying to Get Lost (5:06) P3 2m13Av10 Davy Jones Command (4:05) P3 2m13Bv8 Over the Top (2:14) P3 2m15v6 Multiple Jacks (7:31) P3 3m16v11 Captain Jack Sparrow (1:19) P3 3m16Av1 Crabs (0:22) P3 3m17v6 Rescue Jack (2:25) P3 3m18v2 Who's Captain - Below Deck (2:09) P3 3m19v3 Souls at Sea (4:22) P3 3m20Av4 Dreadlock Jack (2:03) P3 3m20Bv14 The Green Flash (3:53) P3 4m20Cv1 We're Back - Wet Powder (1:28) P3 4m21v41 Jiggy Kraken (4:06) P3 4m22v2 Jack & Beckett (8:36) P3 4m22v3 Jack & Beckett (Alt.) (6:20) P3 4m23v8 Seduction (2:36) P3 4m24v3 Sao Feng's Death (1:36) P3 4m24v3.6 Sao Feng's Death (Alt.) (1:36) P3 5m25v4 Chinese Captured by Brits (0:44) P3 5m26v13 Bootstraps - Elizabeth Locker (2:28) P3 5m27v5 Jack Catches Will (1:02) P3 5m28v9 Escape - Norrington Dies (4:16) P3 5m29Av30 Mrs. Fish (1:21) P3 5m29Bpt1v32 Davy Jones Tells Calypso's Story (1:29) P3 5m29Bpt2v41 Shipwreck Cove (0:56) P3 5m29Bpt2Altv36.1 Shipwreck Cove (Alt.) (0:57) P3 5m29Bpt2Altv36 Shipwreck Cove (Alt 2) (0:57) P3 6m30v5 Brethren Court Begins (1:23) P3 6m31v4 Calypso Must Be Released (1:07) P3 6m32v1 Davy Jones Visits Tia Dalma (3:57) P3 6m33v5 Cuttlefish (1:19) P3 6m34v5 Teague & The Code (1:37) P3 6m36v1 King Elizabeth (1:33) P3 6m37v6 Parlay (2:14) P3 6m37Altv7 Parlay (Alt.) (2:15) P3 6m38v1 Trading Places (2:11) P3 6m39Av1 Flying Dutchman Prison (0:27) P3 6m39v2 Immortality (0:47) P3 7m40v2 Calypso on Deck (0:50) P3 7m41v26 Releasing Calypso (5:02) P3 7m42v1 Hoist the Colours Declaration (2:17) P3 7m42Altv3 Hoist the Colours Declaration (Alt.) (2:13) P3 7m43Av2 Maelstrom Pt. 1 (5:32) P3 7m43BEndFixv5 Getting the Chest (1:30) P3 7m43Bv2 Getting the Chest (Alt.) (1:24) P3 7m43InsAv1 A Lost Bird (1:21) P3 8m44Av11 The Wedding (3:12) P3 8m44Aaltv12 The Wedding (Alt.) (3:13) P3 8m44Bv5 Mealstrom Pt. 2 (5:17) P3 8m44Baltv8 Maelstrom Pt. 2 (Alt.) (5:07) P3 8m44Cv12 Davy Death (2:56) P3 8m44D Liftoff (2:24) P3 8m44ev11 Beckett Death (5:08) P3 8m44EAltv12 Beckett Death (Alt.) (5:08) P3 8m44fv5 Celebration (1:45) P3 9m46v5 One Day (2:42) P3 9m47v6 The Ship is Gone (1:19) P3 9m48v6 The Fountain of Youth (1:32) P3 9m49Av1 End Titles A (1:17) P3 9m49Bv1 End Titles B (2:17) P3 9m51v1 10 Years Later (0:54)
This tracklist is mine.
I mean, it was unnamed, I spent some time gathering all the official cue names I could find and made up the rest. :)
Oh and 2 cues are missing, 5m27B & 8m45... :/
Hell yes!!! Finally we get the part in the middle of "Liftoff" in good quality :)
we know it hybrid, we know it. this is again old news for you -.-
Master of Fate
Yup. Liftoff was a theme and track that should really be on the official OST. Then the commercial would have all the greatest moment. Strange they left it off. Well at last we have it :)
My favorite part is basically Jack & Beckett !
The first part used in the film is the alternate one, then it gets back to the "non alt" one. Sad cause the alternate is much better (kinda Elfmanesque at some point). Love the very end of it, the big reprise of POTC 1 !
I pretty much have all the "who did what" on that one. I guess some would be interested ! :P
Do you know who did all the Maelstrom stuff? It's pretty awesome.
This score was the best of the Pirates movies, in my opinion. It was so big and emotional and really conveyed the idea that this was going to be the last movie...
And then they went and made On Stranger Tides. lol.
I totally agree. This one really did feel like an enormous work of art, like Zimmer and all his collaborators came together and really produced something excellent and rich and detailed (the number of themes in this score!!). In fact, each additional music composer had one really amazing cue: Atli Orvarsson has the Beckett death scene, Henry Jackman has Up is Down, Geoff Zanelli has Calypso, etc. And Zimmer's love theme is one of the best theme's he's ever written, IMO.
On Stranger Tides feels like such an afterthought, both the movie and the score.
1. Hoist the Colours (1:29) 2. Singapore (2:16) 3. Sao Feng (2:51) 4. A Proposal (5:10) 5. East India Trading Company Attack (2:19) 6. Wills Treachery (1:34) 7. The Flying Dutchman (1:45) 8. Over the Edge, Over Again (5:04) 9. Davy Jones Command (1:57) 10. Sea of Stars (1:50) 11. Good and Lost (2:12) 12. Multiple Jacks (4:41) 13. At Wits End (1:47) 14. Which Way Ya Going? (0:25) 15. My Burden To Bare (0:51) 16. Souls At Sea (4:21) 17. Elizabeth & Feng (1:15) 18. Many Gifts (0:48) 19. Sao Feng's End (1:34) 20. Sao Feng's End (Alternate) (1:34) 21. Bootstrap (0:41) 22. Choosing a Side (4:13) 23. Calypso Mutinised (1:18) 24. Jones' Tale of Calypso (1:26) 25. Shipwreck Cove (0:53) 26. Shipwreck Cove (Alternate 1) (0:53) 27. Shipwreck Cove (Alternate 2) (0:54) 28. Meeting of the Pirates (1:09) 29. 9 Pieces of 8 (1:21) 30. Davy Jones & Calypso (3:46) 31. The Brethren Court/Cuttlefish (2:31) 32. What Say You? (0:37) 33. How's Mum? (0:46) 34. Parlay (2:10) 35. Parlay (Alternate) (2:14) 36. Multiple Jacks, Again (0:23) 37. Calypso (3:02) 38. What Shall We Die For? (2:03) 39. Peanut (0:46) 40. Maelstrom/Jack's Effects (1:19) 41. Mercer's End (1:21) 42. I Don't Think Now is the Best Time (5:49) 43. Part of the Ship, Part of the Crew (2:13) 44. Just Good Business (4:50) 45. One Day (4:01) 46. One Day (Alternate) (2:40) 47. Drink Up Me Hearties (4:31)
Oh, well uh...Hi there!
We clearly have a roddent problem here !
wtf? get out of here! I'm the only one with the score right now, you don't have crap .
now I'm very confused... o.O
This is all total BS
dek tu le bluff >:(
Ugh another troll. Move along guys nuthin to see here
clearly Mrs. Jones is a troll... she is missing 'Up Is Down'
I like how ya'll immediately call BS on a track list considering this is the first truly expanded At World's End track list that wasn't filled up with the suites from the Soundtrack Treasures Collection (not including what Mr. Jones posted earlier). Unlike all of you guys, I am a believer, and I believe this to be a legitimate track list. One may be reminded of the cynicism of those who posted track lists to PotC4 Demos, only to be disproved only a few weeks later. Come on, guys.
i believe the track listing MR. JONES posted.. i would love to have it... i just have nothing to offer him in return. :/
i was so lucky to have someone on youtube send me the potc4 demos... i honored his request not to share it & i have not shared it... its the 41 track one that im sure everyone has now
I've been following this mess since the Pirates 4 forums. I'm telling you right now - its all BS.
There IS no POTC4 complete score, or Inception, or POTC 3, or whatever this person claims he has.
If this guy was honest about it, then there's only ONE way to prove it and he is NOT doing that. Therefore he's just trolling you all.
My tip to you sir, if you actually DO have all you say you have - just post them all on Youtube as proof. Yes, all of it. Quality will be crap but at least you'll prove it.
What do you mean there are no complete scores for those movies? Of course there are complete scores--they exist...It's just that they are so far out of the public's reach that they might as well be completely made up. They are just kept locked up very tightly and it is difficult for them to get out. You all should be grateful to at least have a couple of totally legitimate track lists to hold onto until the time comes for this music to be become real.
Like I said, it's one thing for news to come out that a compete score is forthcoming and it's another thing entirely for somebody to come in here, wave a tracklist around ("Let me just leave that there") that may or may not be real, and then flaunt that he has it.
So I say again, there IS no completed score available - wether professional or otherwise (unless someone rips it themselves, which they already have). You really should stop wasting people's time with this baiting. Ive been seeing this done many times already in the last few months and the behavior is getting old.
@Shawn: Trust me, I'll know for sure tonight once Mr. Jones emails me the rest of the tracks. I am an optimistic guy, so I'm keeping my hopes up that what this guy is boasting is real, but I'll know for sure soon. As for this Mrs. Jones, I am unaware of any of her claims so I can't comment on the validity of the track list she originally posted.
@Jimmer..Nothing personal, man..I got nothing against being optimistic. Good luck to ya....Hopefully he aint pulling your leg.
I agree, I hope what your getting is the real deal!
imo, tho...i think its a bunch of cockadoodledoo booooolsheeeeeaaaaat.
We'll just SEE about that, then... won't we???
u mean well HEAR about that...
I would like to call up this quote by Mr. Jones: "wtf? get out of here! I'm the only one with the score right now, you don't have crap." ...and say that this still holds.
Nobody trust any offers that Mr. Jones makes to you. He is a charlatan, a swindler. He never followed through on the music he was supposed to give Jimmer, as evidenced by the fact that nobody has any more music than what he posted on YouTube. He may very well have the music, but he does not want to share it with us lowly subjects.
as far as Im concerned he's got nothing.
You're calling the eight cues he uploaded to YouTube "nothing"? Sure, a bit of it is on the OST, but how do you account for the rest of it?
Considering the number of rips done over the years, plus the OST, what that guy delivered was...well...small potatoes. They aren't cues I listen to on a regular basis, really. So I dont recognize the value. Dont forget Youtube audio is crappy as well.
The number of rips done over the years? There's one on Le Blog de Chief Dundee, and there's one on the Shrine. All other 'expanded' versions of the score are just rearrangements of the OST and/or use the Soundtrack Treasures Colletion suites. Okay, there's a buttload of not-that-great DVD rips all over YouTube as well. If you don't listen to those cues on a regular basis, what cues do you listen to?
And calling the quality crappy doesn't mean anything--it's YouTube. Listen to the music and tell me if it has SFX in it. No? Then it is already better than anything already available.
Those tracks dont signify much. I've heard prior rips (both online and off) where those tracks dont have any sfx at all...if not very minimal. The guy shouldve posted all of it on Youtube to get the best impression. The latter half of the score is where the SFX is most intrusive, anyway.
Like i said those tracks posted arent tracks i listen to anyway, so they mean nothing to me.
Oh and I forgot to point out that this guy mr.jones may have posted those cues, but based on his behavior after the fact (and his scamming a person on here) I can't say I'd believe his claims anyway, nor would I want to share with him. I mean, would YOU?
I got this now and it's pretty legit guys. No SFX at all. It's all clean!!
@John Do you have this 47-Track Version or the 45-Track one, that leaked last week?
I'm pretty sure he's just talking about the slightly different 45-track version. I don't think anybody other than "Mrs. Jones" has this version, yet. It looks like it has a lot of tracks in common though.
I have the 45 track expanded score. It's all legit, no sfx at all.
FALSE! I guarantee you that your track 10 has DVD audio, and thus SFX, in its first 15 or so seconds. The 45-track score is not *completely* SFX-free.
Everything else, though is, as you say, "legit"--aside from the tracks that were borrowed straight from the OST. Certainly, by now, everybody ought to have the 45-track version, so John, you don't have anything special.
actually mine doesn't at all. I've listened to it over and over again and didn't hear any sfx whatsoever. So I don't know wut your talking about. All my tracks are clean, so idk what ur talking about. I've listened to all of it and they're all cleann.
I really don't like people who use words like "wut" and "ur".
I just find it weird that you would have the 45-track version that is available to everybody else--yet the only difference is that your track 10 does not have SFX in it. Track 10 is titled "Davy Jones Commanded", is it not? It's length should be in the ballpark of around 2:16? So, if there are not SFX, is the organ part louder than the music box part? Or are their levels the same as they are on the OST track that this is similar to?
I suppose I should have said, "I don't like it *when* people use internet shorthand like that." Didn't mean to sound too rude.
01-Hoist The Colours 02-Singapore 03-At Wit's End 04-Multiple Jacks 05-I See Dead People In Boats 06-Up Is Down 07-Marry Me 08-Lord Cutler Beckett 09-The Empress 10-Part of The Ship, Part of The Crew 11-The Brethren Court 12-The Heart of Davy Jones 13-Parlay 14-Calypso 15-Never Shall We Die 16-Into The Maelstrom 17-The Battle 18-It's Just Good Business 19-One Day 20-Drink Up Me Hearties 21-End Credits
Same goes with this. Not a legit expanded, people. DVD audio...
Besides, we already have something WAY better than this piece-of-junk, falsely expanded score. None of this music even originated from DVD menus. It's all just the OST rearranged with the Soundtrack Treasures Collection suites thrown in. It might not even have any of the stuff from Magic Box Music.
Mr. Fate, you're right. The false Dead Man's Chest was made from DVD, this one using the SOundtrack Treasures Collection. It's pissing me off that these dumbass people keep doing this
Is there a recording sesions leak for all three POTC scores as well? Those scores are gold, those will be another GREAT thing to have one day!!!!
NO. Besides, what leaked was not the recording sessions for PotC4. They were merely the demos of tracks that would eventually get recorded with a real orchestra. Don't expect complete scores to ANY of the Pirates scores any time soon.
thats saying alot -__-
What? You're right, it is saying a lot. Consider how long its been since the other movies came out. Have you ever even heard the slightest whisper about the possible existence of any complete Pirates score? I sure as hell have not.
There are no complete scores. ONly DVD rips,
Well, Kabal, that isn't entirely true. There are complete scores out there. They just are not openly available. DVD rips are the best thing around right now. See Mrs. Jones' track list here or Mr. Jones' track list posted on the PotC4 page (as well as YouTube samples) for examples of what's out there somewhere.
News from Pirates 4 score! (from the "Rodrigo y Gabriela" website)
"Rodrigo Y Gabriela are proud and excited to announce a new musical venture. After months of hints and rumours they can now confirm that one of the summer’s most highly anticipated blockbuster movies, “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” will features original music by Academy Award-winning composer Hans Zimmer and Rod and Gab.
The score for Pirates of the Caribbean 4 brings together one of the most respected and sought-after composers (an Academy Award winner with a further eight additional Oscar nominations for films such as Gladiator, Inception, The Dark Knight, Batman Begins to name but a few) and the premier guitar playing duo in the world – Rodrigo Y Gabriela.
You will be able to hear the fruits of their labours when Walt Disney Records release the soundtrack for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides on May 17, 2011."