Soundtrack for Pirates of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides In Stores Today – Music by Hans Zimmer ft. Rodrigo y Gabriela w/ Remixes by Photek, Adam Freeland & more + Free MP3


Oscar winning composer Hans Zimmer‘s soundtrack to Walt Disney’s Pirates of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is out in stores everywhere today. The composer for the three previous “Pirates of the Caribbean” films, once again captains the musical ship, in collaboration with acclaimed guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela with featured performances by legendary trumpet-player Arturo Sandoval. The soundtrack album also showcases songs re-mixed by top DJs, including Adam Freeland, Photek, and Static Revenger.

Make sure to enter our contest for a chance to win a free copy of the album, and don’t miss opening night for the movie in theaters everywhere on May 20th.

Hans Zimmer “Angelica” (Grant Us Peace Remix) – Remixed by Ki-Theory [MP3]
 

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Pirates of the Caribbean Soundtrack – Album Stream + Remix Contest

The Original Soundtrack for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides features first-time collaboration with Oscar-winning Hans Zimmer and the acclaimed guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela. For the fourth movie they wanted a new sound and they found a perfect combination with these musicians. “I’ve been a big fan of Mexican guitarists Rodrigo y Gabriela for years now,” said Zimmer, “and I asked them if they wanted to come and play with us. We’ve been having a really great time with them being part of the musical world this film gets to inhabit.”

The Indaba Remix Contest launched this week, in which users are asked to remix two tracks from the soundtrack. The winning remixes will be featured on Indaba and AOL’s Spinner. And yesterday, KCRW hosted the premiere of “The Pirate That Should Not Be” – check out the blog to stream the single.

You can also stream the full soundtrack on the film’s official Facebook Page — “Like” this page to hear it.

Pre-order The Original Soundtrack on iTunes (Available May 17th)