Prince of Persia Soundtrack Sounds Like The Mummy Part 4 Plus a Remix of Alannis Morissette’s Thank U

The soundtrack to Prince of Persia is mostly comprised of the score by Harry Gregson-Williams. There are only two other songs in the movie: I Remain by Alanis Morissette and Whirling by Azam Ali and Loga Ramin Torkian. The score is what you would expect. Not that it’s not beautiful, but it could from just about any movie set in the Persian sands of old, or from any of the Mummy movies too set to the East or West.

I haven’t seen Prince of Persia yet, so I couldn’t tell you the scenes where the songs play in yet, but having previewed the score, I am guessing that Alanis Morissette’s song plays during the credits. For those of you who have seen it, am I right? I am enjoying the song though. She has a haunting voice when she slows it down. However, the song sounds as much like her stint in in India as any hint of Persia. It might as well be Thank U with an extra verse.

Here’s the list of songs from the movie. The soundtrack album has the Alanis Morissette song and the score, but it is missing the song Whirling. I could not find the download to Whirling, but I’ve included a link to some of the other songs by Azam Ali.


~ by montelutz on May 29, 2010.

8 Responses to “Prince of Persia Soundtrack Sounds Like The Mummy Part 4 Plus a Remix of Alannis Morissette’s Thank U”

  1. Well yeah, u guessed it right..!! I remain’ by Alanis is played during the end-credits:-)

  2. i saw te movie last nite… was AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!! OMG!! AND JAKE IS SOOOOOOOOO HOT IN TE MOVIE, (LIKE HIS MOVIE HAIR BETTER….SEXY!) U HAV 2 C IT……BUT YEA, its like every other disney adventure movie…very predictable 2….hell 2 that!

  3. i LUVED te other music…like not te actual songs… u kno where i can listen 2 it?? not buy it….

  4. I think POP is an entertaining movie, but definitely not as good as Pirates of the Carribean.

  5. can anyone tell me of any artists that do a similar style arabic music with a western mix to it?

  6. itis goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood (l)(l)(l)(l)

  7. A very good movie and beutiful soundtract “I Remain” and “Whirling”

  8. You are correct in your assumption that “I Remain” plays during the credits.

    Interestingly, you mention that the song sounds like Alannis’ time spent in India yet you’ve not seen the movie. The movie appears set Around the southern part of Persia near India (in and around present-day Pakistan). Remember, the Persian Empire was vast in its day, as was the Turkish Empire. In the movie you’ll find a lot of Sufi related stuff, giving credence to the locale.

    So, no surprise except your excellent hearing and prowess guessing the song’s placement.


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