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Comments about the soundtrack for Pirates of the Caribbean (Klaus Badelt and co.)
Ignore review, totally swashbuckling

Connor
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Ignore review, totally swashbuckling   Thursday, October 9, 2008 (5:37 a.m.) 
• Now Playing: Walk the Plank - (Potc soundtrack, so ha)  

Not having heard the other scores it sounds fine to me. I've heard a few things that all sound similar to each other but that doesn't make the score bad whatsoever and neither does it sound bad.
The whole soundtrack is great, and i suggest it to everyone. I also think it's the best out of all 3, just like the movies.
Personally i think Klaus Badelt is better than Hans Zimmer, he's just not quite at the same level of grandeur yet.
It's a little disappointing to hear how many people worked on this though and not just him, but i think it turned out really good, and for a revival genre as it was, i think being influenced by other movies is just what it needed to kick off, and could develop from there.
But basically everything the reviewer told you it isn't, it actually is and more.


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Connor
Re: Ignore review, totally swashbuckling   Saturday, November 1, 2008 (6:02 a.m.) 

> Not having heard the other scores it sounds fine to me. I've heard a few
> things that all sound similar to each other but that doesn't make the
> score bad whatsoever and neither does it sound bad.
> The whole soundtrack is great, and i suggest it to everyone. I also think
> it's the best out of all 3, just like the movies.
> Personally i think Klaus Badelt is better than Hans Zimmer, he's just not
> quite at the same level of grandeur yet.
> It's a little disappointing to hear how many people worked on this though
> and not just him, but i think it turned out really good, and for a revival
> genre as it was, i think being influenced by other movies is just what it
> needed to kick off, and could develop from there.
> But basically everything the reviewer told you it isn't, it actually is
> and more.

It's so swashbuckling, that the main theme is from Gladiator!


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Connor
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Richard Kleiner
Re: Ignore review, totally swashbuckling   Saturday, November 1, 2008 (6:12 a.m.) 

> It's so swashbuckling, that the main theme is from Gladiator!

Of course.
It's one of those things that sound so much alike but is annoying when it isn't the same. I prefer pirates.


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Re: Ignore review, totally swashbuckling   Saturday, November 1, 2008 (2:23 p.m.) 

> Of course.
> It's one of those things that sound so much alike but is annoying when it
> isn't the same. I prefer pirates.

You missed the point.


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Re: Ignore review, totally swashbuckling   Saturday, November 14, 2009 (6:35 p.m.) 
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> Of course.
> It's one of those things that sound so much alike but is annoying when it
> isn't the same. I prefer pirates.

That made no sense!



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Re: Ignore review, totally swashbuckling   Saturday, August 15, 2009 (2:51 a.m.) 

> Not having heard the other scores it sounds fine to me. I've heard a few
> things that all sound similar to each other but that doesn't make the
> score bad whatsoever and neither does it sound bad.
> The whole soundtrack is great, and i suggest it to everyone. I also think
> it's the best out of all 3, just like the movies.
> Personally i think Klaus Badelt is better than Hans Zimmer, he's just not
> quite at the same level of grandeur yet.
> It's a little disappointing to hear how many people worked on this though
> and not just him, but i think it turned out really good, and for a revival
> genre as it was, i think being influenced by other movies is just what it
> needed to kick off, and could develop from there.
> But basically everything the reviewer told you it isn't, it actually is
> and more.

Is a Xerox machine better than a human mind sitting at a computer? No. So don't tell me Klaus Badelt is better than Hans Zimmer.


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