“Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” Score – Review

Written by KaleSlade. Posted in Music, Music Reviews

Published on July 15, 2011 with No Comments

Returning to conduct the beautiful score of the fourth film in the epic Pirates of the Caribbean series is Hans Zimmer. Hans returns with amazing and original sound to better accent the series’ already vivid and alluring sound, but he is not alone. With him, is the sound of Rodrigo y Gabriela, bringing the feel and zing of Spanish rhythm to the mix.

The score includes already known and memorable tunes, but adds in enough new creativity and zest to merit (at least for me) the worth of listening and purchasing the score.

10/10

Tracks Include (Titles Include Spoilers)
Composed by Hans Zimmer unless otherwise stated

1 – Guilty of Being Innocent of Being Jack Sparrow
2 – Angelica (featuring Rodrigo y Gabriela)
3 – Mutiny
4 – The Pirate That Should Not Be (Rodrigo y Gabriela)
5 – Mermaids
6 – South of Heaven’s Ghaunting Mermaids (Rodrigo y Gabriela)
7 – Palm Tree Escape (featuring Rodrigo y Gabriela)
8 – Blackbeard
9 – Angry and Dead Again (Rodrigo y Gabriela)
10 – On Stranger Tides
11 – End Credits
12 – Guilty of Being Innocent of Being Jack Sparrow (DJ Earthworm Remix)
13 – Angelica (Grant Us Peace Remix, Remixed by KiTheory)
14 – The Pirate That Should Not Be (Remixed by Photek)
15 – Blackbeard (Remixed by Super Mash Bros & Thieves)
16 – South of Heaven’s Ghaunting Mermaids (Remixed by Paper Diamond)
17 – Palm Tree Escape (Remixed by Adam Freeland)
18 – Angry and Dead Again (Remixed by Static Revenger)

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