Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Soundtrack songs Product Information
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Soundtrack album for sale by Hans Zimmer was released Jul 04, 2006 on the Disney label. Composer: Hans Zimmer. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Soundtrack songs Composer: Nick Glennie-Smith. Recording information: Air Lyndhurst Studios, London, Abbey Road Studios, Lond; Sony Pictures Scoring Stage, Culver City, CA; Todd AO Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, CA. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Soundtrack CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Soundtrack album for sale Product Description
Hans Zimmer - Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Soundtrack Album Track Listing
|1||Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, film score: Jack Sparrow||6:06|| $0.99|
|2||Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, film score: The Kraken||6:54|| $0.99|
|3||Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, film score: Davy Jones||3:15|| $0.99|
|4||Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, film score: I've Got My Eye On You||2:25|| $0.99|
|5||Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, film score: Dinner Is Served||1:30|| $0.99|
|6||Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, film score: Tia Dalma||3:58|| $0.99|
|7||Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, film score: Two Hornpipes (Tortuga)||1:14|| $0.99|
|8||Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, film score: A Family Affair||3:34|| $0.99|
|9||Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, film score: Wheel Of Fortune||6:45|| $0.99|
|10||Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, film score: You Look Good Jack||5:34|| $0.99|
|11||Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, film score: Hello Beastie||10:13|
|12||He's a Pirate (as used in the film Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest): He's A Pirate See All 3|
with Geoff Zanelli, Klaus Badelt, Tiesto
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Soundtrack buy CD music Customer Reviews
The movie is fantastic and the music is even better, it maybe instrulmental but it keeps you going.
By gollum19700 (Melbourne, Vic, Australia)
||Even if you hated the movie...|
Even if you were one of the few who hated the movie, you can't deny how fantastic the score is. The score itself tells the entire story from start to finish with the same fantastic quality one has come to expect from Hans Zimmer.
By carp3noctum (Riverview, FL, USA)
||SOOOOO cool, SAVY ONLY WITH ONE V!!!|
this is a very good soundtrack that shows how he corallates the music to the actors lines and movement. I have this cd and i can't stop listening to it.
By acsoda (Wallingford, CT, USA)
||Truly Amazing! Savvy?|
The film itself is a mix of wonderful, talented and truly honourable acting, costume and make up artists, directing and music.
By missus_lampard (england)
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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Soundtrack songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7201559|
|Release Date||Jul 04, 2006|
|Producer||Hans Zimmer; Bob Badami|
|Engineer||Jeff "Bucko" Biggers; Al Clay|
|Recording Time||58 minutes|
|Additional Info||Original Soundtrack|
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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Soundtrack album for sale Loosely inspired by the time-honored Disney theme-park ride, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL is a swashbuckling high-seas tale directed by Gore Verbinski. When Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp), an eccentric rogue, arrives at Port Royal, he barely avoids going down with his ship. Soon enough, he's in the market for a new one, but not before he saves the life of Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley), the beautiful daughter of the governor (Jonathan Pryce). This act of bravery sets into motion a sweeping adventure involving Elizabeth's childhood friend, blacksmith Will Turner (Orlando Bloom); a mysterious medallion; and a legendary pirate ship, the Black Pearl. The Pearl's mottled Captain Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush) wants Elizabeth's doubloon necklace, and when she's kidnapped by the ol' salty dog and his crew, Sparrow and young Will must rescue her and find out the truth behind the ship's curse.
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Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl CD (2003)
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Soundtrack buy CD music Original score composed by Klaus Badelt.
Composer: Glen Lajeski.
Personnel: Heitor Teixeira Pereira (guitar); Martin Tillman (cello); Fred Selden (flute); Emil Richards (percussion).
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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Soundtrack songs Since Alan Jay Lerner wrote the libretto for the Broadway musical Camelot in 1960, presentations of the legend of King Arthur and the Round Table have tended to focus, as that version did, on the romantic triangle between Arthur, his queen Guinevere, and the knight Lancelot. Director Antoine Fuqua's 2004 film King Arthur, however, which was produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, who is known for big-budget action movies, is more interested in war than love; the three principals are shown on the poster (and cover of the soundtrack CD) in battle garb with weapons in their hands -- even Guinevere, who brandishes a bow and arrow. Prolific composer Hans Zimmer, then, has little reason to ape Frederick Loewe's stately Camelot music. Instead, he comes up with some typical epic movie scoring, meant to accompany grand armies sweeping through the landscape. The strings soar with anthem-like (and occasionally portentous) melody, a choir voices alarm or anticipation, and there is plenty of work for the timpanists, augmented by drum programming, to reflect those pounding hooves and marching feet. But there is also another register. When Zimmer isn't going for overwhelmingly loud effects, he's going for extremely soft ones, to accompany the occasional moments of intimacy and the funerals that must follow the conflicts. There isn't much attempt at period accuracy, but Moya Brennan turns up here and there, notably on the leadoff song, "Tell Me Now (What You See)," to give things an Enya/Clannad-like ethereal Celtic feel. Unlike most albums of film music, which tend toward brief cues, this one deals in longer segments (with joke titles like "Another Brick in Hadrian's Wall" and "Do You Think I'm Saxon?"), the six orchestral tracks ranging in length from five and a half to 11 and a half minutes. In practice, however, that doesn't make much difference to the listening experience, since each segment is really a suite with different brief sections meant to underpin a specific scene. Zimmer, a fast worker (as all busy film composers must be), certainly isn't coming up with anything new here, but, as usual, he is competent and efficient with his effects. ~ William Ruhlmann
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Hans Zimmer's score for Edward Zwick's samurai epic The Last Samurai mixes his own densely composed style with Japanese instruments and melodies, resulting in a brooding, atmospheric collection of music. Shakuhachi and other flutes, koto, and taiko drums make their presence known throughout the score, most effectively on compositions like "A Way of Life," which begins as a reflective duet for flute and strings before swelling into an ominous but majestic melody. "Spectres in the Fog" is another compelling mix of beauty and violence, starting with a delicate koto melody and rolling drums before crashing percussion and sawing strings turn the mood from bittersweet to battle-ready. These drums of war and battle cries increase as the score unfolds, making tracks such as "Safe Passage," "Ronin," and "Red Warrior" nearly as tense and striking outside of the film's context as they are in it. The score's quieter moments are just as thoughtfully crafted, with "Taken," "A Hard Teacher," and "Idyll's End" adding restraint and balancing the more explosive tracks. The Last Samurai flows from track to track seamlessly; indeed, its lengthy, multi-part compositions give it the feel of one long, shifting composition. Its Asian melodies and emphasis on percussion are reminiscent of Tan Dun's score for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, but this score is both more somber and more lush, particularly on its closing pieces, "The Way of the Sword" and "A Small Measure of Peace." Both of these tracks mix gravity and hope into a somber conclusion to a somber but expertly crafted score that ranks among Zimmer's finest work. ~ Heather Phares
Music from the Warner Bros. film starring Tom Cruise composed by Hans Zimmer. Elektra. 2003.
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|Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End CD (2007)
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Soundtrack buy CD music As with 2006's PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: DEAD MAN'S CHEST, renowned composer Hans Zimmer once again contributes a dynamic orchestral score to the third installment of the swashbuckling adventure series, AT WORLD'S END. Zimmer's string-laden pieces effectively enhance the blockbuster film's dark, dire tone (see the dramatic, Asian-tinged "Singapore"), though there are moments of levity, as with the playful, carnival-like "Multiple Jacks."
Liner Note Author: Mark Wherry.
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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Soundtrack songs Danny Elfman's score for Tim Burton's animated feature incorporates elements of classic musicals like FIDDLER ON THE ROOF and OLIVER!, as well as Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, in keeping with Elfman's habitual cherry picking from any popular musical style from the past millennium that seems to take his fancy. Elfman's arrangements turn on a dime, from the quirky, skeletal-yet-hot 1920s jazz of "Remains of the Day" to the conventional brooding Hollywood soundscapes of "Casting a Spell," aided by the creative vocal talents of an inspired roster of performers, including Burton's wife, Helena Bonham-Carter, Johnny Depp, Albert Finney, and the veteran horror film actor Christopher Lee.
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Lyricist: Danny Elfman.
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Photographers: Debi Streeter; Keith Zajic.
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