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Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl (2003)

Composer(s):
Klaus Badelt, Ramin Djawadi (additional music), Nick Glennie-Smith (additional music), Steve Jablonsky (additional music), Geoff Zanelli (additional music), Blake Neely (additional music), Mel Wesson (ambient music design) 

Released in:
2003

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Klaus who?
by
Michael Longstreet (December 5, 2006)
Originally when I saw the composer name of Klaus Badelt on this soundtrack, I almost didn't get it. I'd never heard of him. But when I saw the movie and heard the soundtrack, I definitely couldn't pass it up. This is one of the rare soundtracks where every single track on the CD is worth the time. Badelt (who's work is becoming more mainstream, "Poseidon") definitely makes you think of the action and adventure of Disney's best-selling film. I truly love this CD from start to finish. "Barbossa is Hungry," "Swords Crossed" and "Bootstrap's Bootstraps" are the highlights of this album, while everyone's favorite "He's a Pirate" is the token theme used throughout the course of the film.



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