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Re: Wrong music in the movie!
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• Posted by: GK
• Date: Thursday, June 16, 2011, at 6:06 p.m.
• IP Address: pd9e5b0dc.dip.t-dialin.net
• In Response to: Wrong music in the movie! (JoeMan)

> Did anybody else notice that inappropriate themes from the previous movies
> were tracked into Stranger Tides? Davy Jones and East India Trading Co
> themes were both in there when they made no sense... Why??

Because the producer and ghostwriters don't give a crap about a thing called "thematic continuity".

> Filmtracks usually sucks when it reviews big Zimmer scores, but I can't
> argue with their review this time. STRANGER TIDES SCORE IS A LAZY PIECE OF
> SH-T! AND THE ALBUM IS EVEN WORSE!!

The album makes the score appear better than it is in reality.
The album presents all original music there is, and is therefor mostly a decent, if boring and sometimes straining listen.
In the film, however, your ears start to bleed when "He's A Pirate" is played at maximum volume for the 132nd time.

The score in the film is a true frisbee, not the album (even though it deserves it as well).




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