This is great music, though slightly repetitive, and tracks 5 and 10 are almost exactly the same. My favourite tracks are "The Medallion Calls", "Barbossa is Hungry", "Swords Crossed", "One Last Shot", and "He's a Pirate". However, there's a really big problem, not in the music but in the packaging and producing. All the tracks have the wrong names, and there's a rather funny goof that's become its own sort of legacy. They named the tracks for major events in the movie, but the track names are about one ahead of the music for the scene. The only one that has the right name is the first track, "Fog Bound". From then on, the names are just all wrong. The funniest thing is that the last track, "He's a Pirate", is the track that plays immediately after Jack Sparrow says "Drink up me hearties yo ho!" But in my opinion, the track "One Last Shot" should have been called "He's a Pirate" because the name is referring to when Elizabeth says of Will, "No, he's a pirate" and then they kiss and we see Jack swimming towards the Pearl. The track, "He's a Pirate", is pretty much Jack's theme and has been remixed several times on the second disc with that name, and so everyone thinks it's Jack's track and that the title is referring to him.