Film Music Reporter has received the track list of the soundtrack for the adventure sequel Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. The album features 11 tracks of the original score by Hans Zimmer and Rodrigo y Gabriela, as well as a number of remixes by electronic music artists Photek, Static Avenger, Ki:Theory and Adam Freeland. Also credited on the album is Eric Whitacre (who joined the music team as reported here) and composer Geoff Zanelli. There have also been two new cover arts circulating online (check out our previous article for the original one and see below for the other alternate cover). To pre-order the album, which will be released on May 17, 2011, visit Amazon. Check out the full track list after the jump.

UPDATE 04/26/2011: Since our original posting, Walt Disney Records has published a new track list for the album with seven remixes. The original 15 track-listing still appears on many European online store websites, but it’s unknown at this point if it will be updated later on or if it’s a different international version of the soundtrack.

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 Chanting 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 Remixed by DJ Earworm
13. Angelica (Grant Us Peace Remix) Remixed by Ki:Theory
14. The Pirate That Should Not Be Remixed by Photek
15. Blackbeard Remixed by Super Mash Bros & Thieves
16. South of Heaven’s Chanting Mermaids Remixed by Paper Diamond
17. Palm Tree Escape Remixed by Adam Freeland
18. Angry and Dead Again Remixed by Static Revenger

And here’s the other alternate cover art:

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is directed by Rob Marshall, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and stars Johnny Depp, Geoffrey Rush and Penelope Cruz. The movie is set for a release on May 20, 2011. For updates on the film, watch the latest trailer and visit Disney’s official movie webpage.

  1. Mainboarder says:

    Oh it will be so great! Hans and Rodrigo y Gabriela may be an interesting team!

  2. Amanda says:

    I can’t wait to hear this score! Hans Zimmer’s scoring abilities improve leaps and bounds after every collaboration he does with other composers, and with this amazing list of names, this should be an exponential improvement for everyone involved in the collaboration. May 17th can’t get here fast enough! 😀

  3. Claudia says:

    I can’t wait for the release, I love all of Hans Zimmer’s music.

  4. Marco says:

    Hopefully we put a preview on some website … I think I should put on youtube. However, if you have any news please feel free to comment : P

  5. Gabriela says:

    I am weiting this film since 2007. almost 5 years!! I can´t belive, When I fell in love it is this movie, it had alone 11 years. I fell in love with Johnny Depp and now that my future is to act. Thanks to him I study theatre to do 4 years.
    I am Argentine, a greeting from here, bye bye

  6. Eklim says:

    WTF DISNEY! A very largwe number of Zimer have been upset by the short score, the main reason being that they don’t want so many remixes. And what do you do? Add more remixes instead of more score. Are you kidding me!?

  7. Evangeline says:

    I absolutely love the new score! Hans Zimmer is a fantastic composer and Rodrigo y Gabreila has made it even better! I think the new Hispanic vibe to it will bring it more to life. I love his other work, as well, but this one just tops all Pirates albums and it gives us a totally new feel to the movie. I can not wait to purchase this off iTunes, it will be the first soundtrack on my list of best soundtracks…Prince of Persia comes second. 🙂