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• Posted by Cheno
• Date: Friday, June 30, 2006, at 8:50 p.m.
• IP Address: ip68-104-246-80.ph.ph.cox.net
• In Response to: Re: POTC: Why the music turned out this way (Christian Kühn)


> What?

> Since when was HGW a part of PotC 1?! And how can something drag along
> "well"?

> Again: what?

> CK

What he's saying is that pirate movies haven't been successful in who-knows-how-long. So Disney wanted to take things in a completely new direction both cinematically and musically. Obviously, they were extremely successful. The movie became bigger than anything this millenium outside of Lord of the rings and Harry Potter, and it's undeniably that the popular style of music wasn't a key contributor to this.


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