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Angela Jun 2, 2007

Box Office Mojo's got an interview up with Rossio and Elliot, with some nice insights as to what went into the writing of AWE.  Verily, spoilers:

http://www.boxofficemojo.com/features/? … all&p=.htm

Angela wrote:

-- but they did cut out a new, lengthy suite arrangement of Hoist The Colours, which makes up the majority of the credits.

I couldn't help but go back in and record this part of the end credits.  It's a crude recording from a tape recorder, but at least the theater was practically empty at this point so there's little in the way of noise interruption. ;)  I left in the coda scene at the end, by the way:

That mixing of "Colours" and "He's A Pirate" at 3:07..... *swoon*

Wanderer Jun 8, 2007 (edited Jun 8, 2007)

I saw this yesterday and I greatly enjoyed it. Perhaps a bit too long but it kept my attention more than the second movie. Plus, how can you resist a movie with that awesome wedding ceremony? wink

Musically, I felt that everything of importance was released on the soundtrack. Some of the unreleased final battle stuff rambled on so monotonously that I actually wanted to scream, "ENOUGH ALREADY!"

Ryu Jun 8, 2007

Angela, it would be really helpful to us all if Zimmer would release full scores instead of those hachet jobs.  I'm hoping you'll get the DVD version just so you can rip the audio from the end credits like you did DMC.  = )

Angela Jun 13, 2007

Crystal wrote:

He said that not all of them make it out alive.
I read the book; So if the movie follows the book, I'm already sad.
They will have killed off that person who i always felt for.

Hmm, I have a feeling I know who you're talking about.... maybe?  If so, then yeah, I think his death left me a bit cold.  Worse still is who actually killed him.

(... So, how much longer till we can start spilling out spoiler discussions here?) ;)

Wanderer wrote:

Plus, how can you resist a movie with that awesome wedding ceremony? ;)

The wedding was nuts, wasn't it?  It's sort of amusing to retroactively recall that scene at the beginning of Dead Man's Chest, when she asks if they're going to get married "Properly?" ;p

Ryu wrote:

Angela, it would be really helpful to us all if Zimmer would release full scores instead of those hachet jobs.  I'm hoping you'll get the DVD version just so you can rip the audio from the end credits like you did DMC.  = )

I wouldn't hold my breath for full score releases, much as I'd love to see them myself -- but then, given how popular the movies are (and even the soundtracks), I won't dismiss the possibility.  But you can bet that the very first thing I'll be doing once the AWE DVD hits is ripping the end credits, then splicing it into "Drink Up Me Hearties."   Seriously, Hoist The Colours has fast become one of my most favorites themes in the trilogy.  ^_^

By the way, Ryu, have you watched the Blu-ray releases yet?  Any opinions?

Xenogears Omni Jun 13, 2007 (edited Jun 13, 2007)

Angela wrote:

By the way, Ryu, have you watched the Blu-ray releases yet?  Any opinions?

While we wait for Ryu, I have also watched the Pirates Blu-Rays and they're absolutely amazing and reference quality IMO.  Just unbelievable in the best ways possible.

I've been so thrilled with my PS3 since November and its because of discs like these, Casino Royale, and some others. Truly jaw dropping video and audio.

Eventually I'll even have some games on it besides my PS2 backlog.

This firmware 1.8 that came out recently enabled upscaling/upconverting for DVD's, PS2, and PS1 games. Phenomenal. smile

Ryu Jun 14, 2007

Xenogears Omni wrote:
Angela wrote:

By the way, Ryu, have you watched the Blu-ray releases yet?  Any opinions?

While we wait for Ryu, I have also watched the Pirates Blu-Rays and they're absolutely amazing and reference quality IMO.  Just unbelievable in the best ways possible.

I've been so thrilled with my PS3 since November and its because of discs like these, Casino Royale, and some others. Truly jaw dropping video and audio.

Thrilled with the PS3 just because of the blu-ray too, huh?  I'll agree with your assessment regarding the movies; they look amazing on blu-ray.  I recall watching CotBP on DVD and there was a difference in quality between it and the DVD of DMC.  It's nice to see them both looking really good on HD.

Eventually I'll even have some games on it besides my PS2 backlog.

This firmware 1.8 that came out recently enabled upscaling/upconverting for DVD's, PS2, and PS1 games. Phenomenal. smile

It would be nice to actually want to play, much less own, a PS3 retail game.  I haven't noticed the upscaling of the games having that great of an effect though; GoW2 looks better (IMO) left alone.

Ryu Jun 14, 2007

Angela wrote:
Crystal wrote:

He said that not all of them make it out alive.
I read the book; So if the movie follows the book, I'm already sad.
They will have killed off that person who i always felt for.

Hmm, I have a feeling I know who you're talking about.... maybe?  If so, then yeah, I think his death left me a bit cold.  Worse still is who actually killed him.

(... So, how much longer till we can start spilling out spoiler discussions here?) wink

I'm not sure... I would say no later than after it is released on DVD... no sooner than two months after release in theaters?

Ryu wrote:

Angela, it would be really helpful to us all if Zimmer would release full scores instead of those hachet jobs.  I'm hoping you'll get the DVD version just so you can rip the audio from the end credits like you did DMC.  = )

I wouldn't hold my breath for full score releases, much as I'd love to see them myself -- but then, given how popular the movies are (and even the soundtracks), I won't dismiss the possibility.  But you can bet that the very first thing I'll be doing once the AWE DVD hits is ripping the end credits, then splicing it into "Drink Up Me Hearties."   Seriously, Hoist The Colours has fast become one of my most favorites themes in the trilogy.  ^_^

He's A Pirate is still my favorite, but I really enjoy Up is Down.

Just to add regarding PotC on blu-ray, if you have a nice hd-tv and a PS3, I highly recommend them.  The one nagging complaint I have about them (and this goes to a lot of DVDs from various studios too) is that Disney frontloads it with a bunch of previews and crap when I honestly would like to get to the movie.  I'll further add that I've ignored the bonus features entirely... so I can't comment on them.

Xenogears Omni Jun 14, 2007 (edited Jun 14, 2007)

Ryu wrote:

Thrilled with the PS3 just because of the blu-ray too, huh?  I'll agree with your assessment regarding the movies; they look amazing on blu-ray.  I recall watching CotBP on DVD and there was a difference in quality between it and the DVD of DMC.  It's nice to see them both looking really good on HD.

Agreed.

Right now, it doesn't help the PS3 to be in that typical first year (more or less) doldrum that just about every new console goes through. It also doesn't help that the gaming industry continues this senseless cycle of basically almost nothing during the summer months but then you'll have months like November where a bunch of games all come out at once in less than a two week period and then you're back to trickling for several months, repeat the cycle in March or so, and then you're back to trickling again for some more time. Rinse and repeat. </rant>

But I digress... wink

They need to start cranking some games out and especially some compelling exclusives, but in the interim, I adore Blu-Ray and I adore the nice upscaling/upconverting refinements on my PS2 games.

Even the home theater magazines and sites are giving the PS3 rave reviews and I've even see the giant killer label thrown a couple of times. Home Theater Magazine, Sound and Vision, Widescreen Review...I have yet to see anyone give the PS3 anything lower than a 93-95/100 score.




It would be nice to actually want to play, much less own, a PS3 retail game.

I haven't noticed the upscaling of the games having that great of an effect though; GoW2 looks better (IMO) left alone.

That doesn't surprise me.

It greatly depends on the kind of TV a person has. Sometimes the scaling in the TV is actually better so sometimes it's just better to leave well enough alone.  smile




Just to add regarding PotC on blu-ray, if you have a nice hd-tv and a PS3, I highly recommend them.  The one nagging complaint I have about them (and this goes to a lot of DVDs from various studios too) is that Disney frontloads it with a bunch of previews and crap when I honestly would like to get to the movie.  I'll further add that I've ignored the bonus features entirely... so I can't comment on them.

Forced ads suck, although if you press the R1 button you can usually skip past all of that thankfully.

Angela Jun 20, 2007

Great to hear all the positive buzz over the Blu-ray releases.  You can bet I'll be picking up both of them (likely all three) by the time I purchase a PS3.

Ryu wrote:

He's A Pirate is still my favorite, but I really enjoy Up is Down.

Then perhaps you'll like this seven minute suite I put together the day I got the CD.  No new material, but I've combined some of the best melodic bits of the love theme into one track.  What do you think?

World's End - Love Theme Suite:
http://briefcase.yahoo.com/bc/angie_liu … c.&.view=l

Angela Jul 31, 2007

The home releases of At World's End has officially been announced for a December 4th U.S. release.  That's about the same time frame as the previous two movies, but I figured AWE would get an earlier release seeing as how it hit theaters early as well.  Dang.

Movieweb.com has the first details:

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End arrives in time for the holidays on multiple platforms including 2-disc DVD and 2-disc 75GB Blu-ray sets featuring hours of extra material highlighted by bloopers and extensive behind-the-scenes content -- plus the Blu-ray exclusive Enter the Maelstrom: a BD-Java feature that takes Blu-ray interactivity to an astounding new level! Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Gore Verbinski, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, which catapulted to become the #1 global box office hit of 2007 to date with over $946 million generated at the box office, arrives December 4 on multiple platforms, including a 2-disc DVD for the SRP of $34.99, 2-disc 75GB Blu-ray for the SRP of $35.99, and single-disc DVD for the SRP of $29.99.

The Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End 2-disc Disney DVD set immerses users in hours of behind-the-scenes content and pirate lore from the four corners of the earth. Features include a behind-the-scenes documentary, "Keith & the Captain"; "Anatomy of a Scene: The Maelstrom"; "The Tale of the Multiple Jacks"; "Hoist the Colors"; "Masters of Design"; "Inside the Brethren Court"; "The Pirate Code: Revealed"; "The World of Chow Yun Fat"; "The Pirate Maestro: The Music of Hans Zimmer"; "Bloopers of the Caribbean"; and much, much more!

Relive the breathtaking action and mind-boggling special effects in glorious high-definition detail with the Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Blu-ray 2-disc release. The Blu-ray Disc high-definition feature film presentation was created from the original digital source files, delivering an unequaled, demo-worthy home viewing experience. Marvel at the wondrous 1080p detail of Davy Jones' slimy, barnacle-encrusted crew and tremble at the ground-shaking cannonade of ship to ship battles with 7.1 channels surround, 48 kHz, 24-bit uncompressed audio -- you'll swear you smell the gun powder and feel the salty sea-spray splash across your face!

The Blu-ray Disc release includes all of the standard DVD bonus content re-mastered in high-definition, plus exclusive BD-Java enhanced features including "Enter the Maelstrom," an extensive interactive look at the climactic sequence of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End and the return of the Jolly Roger host, who navigates users through animated menus with state-of-the-art BD-Java enabled artificial intelligence. This scurvy scallywag entertainingly guides you through the pirate waters of your Blu-ray experience, responding to your actions (and inactions) with humorous commentary.

About "Enter The Maelstrom":
"Enter the Maelstrom," the exclusive showpiece of the Blu-ray Disc, takes you deep into the perilous whirlpool of the Maelstrom, a sequence of unimaginable scale. The colossal battle between the Black Pearl and the Flying Dutchman stands as one of the most impressive action set pieces in cinema history with its photorealistic blend of live-action footage and computer-aided FX wizardry. Jerry Bruckheimer hosts the BD-Java feature -- a one-hour immersive, interactive tour that explores the sequence from stem to stern, covering everything you would want to know and more about this awe-inspiring cinematic achievement. Explore the Palmdale hanger that housed the sets from floor to ceiling seamlessly through an interactive, time-lapse footage interface. In-feature pop-ups and selectable icons appear throughout the time-lapse footage over different areas of the massive set; navigating to each of these reveals multimedia content about how the Maelstrom was created, from set construction to special effects. Discover the Maelstrom on your own, or take a tour of the highlights of the set with Jerry Bruckheimer, who also provides optional commentary throughout the feature.

Synopsis:
Just when he's needed most, Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp), that witty and wily charmer of a pirate, is trapped on a sea of sand in Davy Jones' Locker. In an increasingly shaky alliance, Will Turner (Orlando Bloom), Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley) and Captain Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush) begin a desperate quest to find and rescue him. Captain Jack's the last of the nine Pirate Lords of the Brethren Court who must come together united in one last stand to preserve the freedom-loving pirates' way of life. From exotic Singapore, to World's End and beyond, from Shipwreck Island, to a titanic battle, this adventure's filled with over-the-edge action, irreverent humor and seafaring myth and magic. Everything has led to this twisting, turning, wild swashbuckling ride in this final chapter of the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy.

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End - 2-Disc Disney DVD Bonus Materials:

Disc 1:
- Feature Film Presentation
- Bloopers of the Caribbean - hilarious outtakes of cast and crew

Disc 2:
- Anatomy of a Scene: The Maelstrom - a detailed breakdown of one of cinema's most complex and impressive action set pieces
- Keith & the Captain - A revealing look at the dynamic relationship between living legends Keith Richards and Johnny Depp
- Tale of the Multiple Jacks - an in-depth look at the mind-blowing FX that went into creating multiple Captain Jacks
- Hoist the Colors - reveals the inspiration for the "Hoist the Colors" original composition
- Masters of Design - five individual documentaries highlighting the talented design teams behind this immense production
- #1: Jim Byrkit and The Map
- #2: Crash McCreary and the Krusty Pirates
- #3: Rick Heinrichs and the Singapore Set
- #4: Penny Rose and the Captain Teague Costumes
- #5: Chris Peck and the Pirate Code Book
- Inside the Brethren Court - a closer look at the legendary Pirate Lords and their costume designs, origins and unique personalities
- The Pirate Code: Revealed - explores the pirate code and the history of piracy
- The World of Chow Yun Fat - a look at the man behind devious Captain Sao Feng, international sensation Chow Yun Fat, and his meteoric rise to fame
- The Pirate Maestro: The Music of Hans Zimmer - meet the renowned composer who created the film's rousing score

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End - Blu-ray 2-Disc Bonus Materials:

Disc 1:
- Feature Film Presentation
- Jolly Roger Host - BD-Java Exclusive

Disc 2:
- Enter the Maelstrom - BD-Java Exclusive
- All Standard DVD Bonus Content - available in high-definition

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End - Single Disc Disney DVD Bonus Materials:
- Feature Film Presentation
- Feature Audio Commentary
- Bloopers of the Caribbean

Technical Specs:
- Run Time: 150 minutes
- MPAA Rating: PG-13
- Rating Reason: Intense Sequences of Adventure Violence, Including Frightening Images
- Languages: English, Spanish
- Blu-ray Disc: English, Spanish, French
- Subtitles: U.S. DVD: English SDH, Spanish; Canada DVD: English SDH, Spanish; Blu-ray: English SDH, Spanish, French
- Blu-ray Disc Sound: 5.1 48 kHz, 24-bit uncompressed sound (English) 5.1 Dolby Digital (English, French, Spanish)
- Blu-ray Disc Encoding: AVC
- Blu-ray Disc Resolution: 1080p

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One thing I'm noticing here; could the feature audio commentary (which is almost guaranteed to be the writers commentary) be exclusive ONLY to the single-disc release?  I sure hope not..... I do recall the preliminary DVD announcement for Dead Man's Chest making that same error, and the audio commentary did end up on both releases.

Angela Jul 31, 2007

AccessHollywood.com's also got the cover for the DVD: 

http://www.accesshollywood.com/news/ah6221.shtml

I can't say I like it, and I'm praying like crazy they change it before release.  I see they've smacked that hideous "3" on the spine, like they did with "2" on Dead Man's Chest.   And I was hoping they'd stayed consistent with the previous two movies, with the main characters' faces and the pivotal scene on the bottom gracing the front cover.  In other words, I wish they'd have used this shot:

http://img215.imageshack.us/img215/5305 … 3adbz4.jpg

Angela Aug 2, 2007

Angela wrote:

AccessHollywood.com's also got the cover for the DVD: 

http://www.accesshollywood.com/news/ah6221.shtml

I can't say I like it, and I'm praying like crazy they change it before release.  I see they've smacked that hideous "3" on the spine, like they did with "2" on Dead Man's Chest.   And I was hoping they'd stayed consistent with the previous two movies, with the main characters' faces and the pivotal scene on the bottom gracing the front cover.  In other words, I wish they'd have used this shot:

http://img215.imageshack.us/img215/5305 … 3adbz4.jpg

Well, there may yet be a chance for redemption.  Apparently, this is what the two-disc edition of the DVD (and presumably the Blu-ray release) will look like:

http://www.spielbergfilms.com/forum/att … 1185922485

It's fairly close to the concept that I posted above, with the addition of the world's end waterfall WITH the maelstrom.  Hardcore!

The color saturation is awful, though.  Tone it down, Disney!

Angela Aug 11, 2007

Angela wrote:

Then perhaps you'll like this seven minute suite I put together the day I got the CD.  No new material, but I've combined some of the best melodic bits of the love theme into one track.

Just a little revision here.  I've uploaded a slight reworking of the Love Theme Suite; changed up the ending, so instead of allowing "Up Is Down" to finish, I spliced in the ending of Drink Up Me Hearties for the finale.  This puts the new running length at 8:43. 

http://briefcase.yahoo.com/bc/angie_liu … c.&.view=l

Comingsoon.net has a new interview up with Zimmer.  It's mostly about the Simpsons, but this particular excerpt caught my eye:

CS: It would be interesting to hear a CD or DVD where we could hear the evolution of one of your scores.
Zimmer: Well, that's what I sort of do. Actually, it's one of the things I'm going to do for the "Pirates" DVD release. I'm going to do a CD and I'm actually going to get the orchestra in for just one day and we're just going to go and play the evolution of each of these themes, because I do it like a diary. Whatever gets done the first day, and then I just carry on every day writing a little bit more, so I keep the bad bits in as well. Sometimes you hear the beginnings of a theme but I don't quite know how to make it work yet, and it's not until ten days later then suddenly, "Oh, that's the theme!" I'm going to record my naughty diaries for "Pirates" because it was three years of my life or something.

Sounds like Zimmer's serious about going through with a Pirates suite album!

Angela Aug 17, 2007

Angela wrote:
Angela wrote:

AccessHollywood.com's also got the cover for the DVD: 

http://www.accesshollywood.com/news/ah6221.shtml

I can't say I like it, and I'm praying like crazy they change it before release.  I see they've smacked that hideous "3" on the spine, like they did with "2" on Dead Man's Chest.   And I was hoping they'd stayed consistent with the previous two movies, with the main characters' faces and the pivotal scene on the bottom gracing the front cover.  In other words, I wish they'd have used this shot:

http://img215.imageshack.us/img215/5305 … 3adbz4.jpg

Well, there may yet be a chance for redemption.  Apparently, this is what the two-disc edition of the DVD (and presumably the Blu-ray release) will look like:

http://www.spielbergfilms.com/forum/att … 1185922485

It's fairly close to the concept that I posted above, with the addition of the world's end waterfall WITH the maelstrom.  Hardcore!

The color saturation is awful, though.  Tone it down, Disney!

Disney released the final, official artwork for both Blu-ray/2-Disc DVD and Single DVD versions:

Blu-ray / 2-Disc DVD Edition:
http://www.thedigitalbits.com/articles/ … dlarge.jpg

Single DVD Edition:
http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/I/6 … SS500_.jpg

The single version does have an interesting take on the angle between the two ships, but that orange backdrop is terribly distracting.  I like the white title logo of the Blu-ray/2-Disc version over the single's red, too.

Ryu Aug 17, 2007

I like the single better, but I'll be happy with the blu-ray.

Angela Oct 17, 2007

There's a five-disc Pirates Of The Caribbean: Soundtrack Treasures Collection set announced for December 4th.  Don't get too excited; it's just the three previously-released CDs repackaged, with a new remix CD and a making-of DVD. 

Diehard fan that I am, even I don't see myself fessing up $75 beans, no matter how good the remix CD and DVD may turn out to be.  But I'd certainly slap down twice that had this been a Complete Recordings type of thing.

Angela Oct 25, 2007

Got around to listening to the Silva Records release of the Music from The Pirates of the Caribbean Trilogy.  As to be expected with the City of Prague Philharmonic, it's a generally smaller and more concentrated listen.  There are some falters here and there as far as replicating the more distinctive musical traits of the Pirates trilogy, but with it also comes an equal number of intriguing new instrument and choir section choices.  The nuanced variations alone, such as the brand new finale they added for "I Don't Think Now Is The Best Time," makes this a recommended listen.

Angela Nov 27, 2007 (edited Nov 29, 2007)

Angela wrote:

One thing I'm noticing here; could the feature audio commentary (which is almost guaranteed to be the writers commentary) be exclusive ONLY to the single-disc release?  I sure hope not..... I do recall the preliminary DVD announcement for Dead Man's Chest making that same error, and the audio commentary did end up on both releases.

Well, early word is that the audio commentary really is exclusive to the single disc version after all -- not even the Blu-ray version is getting it.  You suck, Disney, you money-grubbing asshats. You really do. 

Not only that, but the commentary apparently isn't even going to be the ever-informative writers commentary, with Elliot and Rossio.  Instead, it's going to be Verbinski and Depp, and another one with Geoffrey Rush.  Geoffrey's may be interesting, but if the first Pirates' commentary with V & D is any indication, we might be in for a masssively boring letdown.

UPDATED EDIT: It looks like the commentaries aren't featured in any of the three releases, period -- as evidenced by DVD Empire's shots of the back covers:

http://images.dvdempire.com/gen/movies/1358484bh.jpg
http://images.dvdempire.com/gen/movies/1358483bh.jpg

However, the Verbinski/Depp/Rush bit isn't entirely unsubstantiated; a close source told me that they were indeed recorded, as well as one for Elliot and Rossio.  Disney is clearly holding back for the inevitable double-dip in the near future.  Peh.   

Thoughts on the DVDs (and that promised rip of the "Hoist the Colours" end credits) next week.

Ryu Dec 4, 2007

I'll not be double-dipping for that.  I honestly never watch or listen to the extras anyway.  The only reason I double-dip is for extended/director's cuts or better video/audio reasons.

I'm rather happy with the blu-ray AWE... now if only they get that fixed CotBP available.

Angela Dec 5, 2007

As promised, here be the long-awaited recording of the "Hoist The Colours" end credits theme.  (It was certainly long-awaited for me, in any case.  ^_^)  Twelve minutes and thirty seconds long, I bookended it with the CD version of "Drink Up Me Hearties" - and at the same time, I also lifted an excerpt of the ending theme of Pirates 1, placing it just before Drink Up; it's not exactly the same, but a very similar excerpt is used during the final sequences in Pirates 3 as heard in film.  It just felt more complete musically to have it in there.  And yes, I kept the epilogue coda in as well:

Drink Up Me Hearties & End Credits:
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=64HXYN5Z

As for the DVD, I only checked out the music-making featurette so far.  I didn't know it was Verbinski himself who played the guitar portion in "Parlay."  Neat.

Angela Dec 7, 2007

Made an in-film recording of that incredible cue that Zimmer made mention in his podcast interview.  Dubbed it "Part of the Ship, Part of the Crew," which is the scene toward the ending where Will dies and Jack saves Elizabeth from the sinking Flying Dutchman

Part of the Ship, Part of the Crew:
http://briefcase.yahoo.com/bc/angie_liu … c.&.view=l

Angela Dec 15, 2007

Angela wrote:

There's a five-disc Pirates Of The Caribbean: Soundtrack Treasures Collection set announced for December 4th.  Don't get too excited; it's just the three previously-released CDs repackaged, with a new remix CD and a making-of DVD.

I stand (somewhat) corrected.  There are actually some really nice unreleased suites that make up the rest of the remix CD, including the Hoist The Colours end credits, a Pirates 1 arrangement (which features the very first recording that Zimmer wrote for the series), and a wonderfully-lengthy suite of the AWE Love Theme, dubbed "Marry Me." (It contains excerpts of the aforementioned "Part of The Ship, Part of the Crew" cue, the original recording of "Up Is Down" and its variation in "Drink Up Me Hearties"):

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1. Pirates, Day One, 4:56AM (3:46)
2. Marry Me (11:37)
3. The Heart of Davey Jones (3:14)
4. Lord Cutler Beckett (8:47)
5. Jack's Theme Bare Bones Demo (4:05)
6. Hoist the Colours Suite (5:43)
7. The Pirate Lord of Singapore (5:58)
8. Just Good Business (5:56)

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Bloodrage_de from the FF Shrine Forums was kind enough to upload the suites in an mp3 zip, so you won't have to break the bank on the Treasures Collection just to give them a listen.  It's a Sendspace upload, though, so I'm not sure how long it'll be up for:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/bl25z3

Ryu Dec 15, 2007

Thanks for sharing, Angela!  I look forward to giving these a listen.

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