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• Posted by Devin Rose
• Date: Friday, June 30, 2006, at 8:52 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: POTC: Why the music turned out this way (Christian Kühn)

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

He was another one of the uncredited composers whose past scores were minutely changed and transferred into Black Pearl. Don't tell me you haven't heard Shrek, Chicken Run, etc. in Pirates...

Bruckheimer and Disney wanted to totally re-invent the pirates genre. One of things they made sure to do was modernize it as much as they could in order for it to be appealing to today's audiences. They went along and fired Silvestri so that they could instead have a hip soundtrack with more contemporary music that is now listened to today.

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