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Comments about the soundtrack for Pirates of the Caribbean (Klaus Badelt and co.)

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Re: Ignore review, totally swashbuckling
• Posted by: Kevin Smith
• Date: Saturday, November 1, 2008, at 6:02 a.m.
• IP Address: 142.204.90.153
• In Response to: Ignore review, totally swashbuckling (Connor)

> 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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