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4.8 out of 5

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51 Ratings

Henry jackman like never before

ThePhantomThieve

I was so angry having heard Henry was going to be involved, he always re-uses his own music or hans zimmer but this... oh man this is completely different and original. He really added to the Uncharted series and i dare to say...... My favorite Uncharted OST yes i said it lolol no regrets. great job Henry

Really freaking amazing

Fallenfighter34

Soundtrack is on point.

Brilliant OST for Uncharted 4

Jordan Goldstein

Standout tracks - Cut to the Chase, New Devon, A Thief's End, and The Brothers Drake

Cut to the Chase has instantly become one of my fave "thrilling" action type songs ever heard on a game soundtrack.
I like how Jackman has incoporated some softer tones and instrumentals into a lot of the pieces, even those that play in my tense and thrilling situations in the game. The Grave of Henry Every, is very fitting for the part it is played during the game...
I'm trying to avoid spoiling any part of the game here, but I am pleasently surprised how great the mood of most of these recordings fits the scene in which they are used.

Not a perfect or amazing soundtrack, perhaps a few hairs shy, but still a remarkable effort from Jackman, and IMO easily the best Uncharted OST.

About Henry Jackman

Though known by some for his producing, programming, and writing work in the pop and electronic realms, Henry Jackman is best known as a film composer for action and animated features such as X-Men: First Class, Big Hero 6, and Captain America: Civil War. He was born in Hillingdon of suburban London, England into a family of industry professionals, including his father Andrew Pryce Jackman, a keyboardist and arranger who's worked with the likes of Yes, Barbra Streisand, and Nanci Griffith. His uncle Gregg Jackman is a sound engineer and producer for artists such as Barclay James Harvest, Seal, and Enya, and his grandfather Bill Jackman played woodwinds for, among others, the King's Singers. Jackman himself grew up with formal music study, culminating at St. Paul's Cathedral Choir School, Eton, and Oxford University in the '90s, a period that also found the young musician inspired by the underground rave scene. He soon found work as a producer or programmer for musicians as diverse as Mike Oldfield, Coolio, Alphaville, and the Art of Noise, and he released his own ambient electronic work in the 2000s. His first solo album, Utopia, was issued by West One in 2003. It was followed by 2005's Transfiguration and 2007's Acoustica, both on KPM. Jackman's voyage in film music took off when Hans Zimmer offered him work assisting on scores (programming, additional music) at his post-production company in Los Angeles. After contributing to movies such as The Da Vinci Code (2006), Kung Fu Panda (2008), and The Dark Knight (2008), he earned his first main-composer credit on a feature-length film with the 2009 animated picture Monsters vs. Aliens. Able to work with both symphonic and electronic palettes, Jackman continued to accumulate composing credits at a pace of several movies a year. A few of his early films were Gulliver's Travels (2010), X-Men: First Class (2011), Wreck-It Ralph (2012), and Captain Phillips (2013), a Tom Hanks biographical thriller that earned Jackman a BAFTA nomination. Other high-profile works to follow included 2014's Big Hero 6 and Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and 2016's Captain America: Civil War. In 2017, Varese Sarabande released Jackman's scores for the first two seasons of Amazon's popular dystopian alternative history series, Man in the High Castle. ~ Marcy Donelson

HOMETOWN
Hillingdon, Middlesex, England
BORN
1974

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