Ramin Djawadi

Ramin Djawadi

Also known as Ramin "Salty Dog" Djawadi
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Discography of Ramin Djawadi:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Iron Man (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) 19 Audio 2008-05-12 Silva Screen
2 Prison Break 31 Audio 2007-08-27 Varèse Sarabande
3 Prison Break: Seasons 3 & 4 21 Audio 2009-06-02 Varèse Sarabande
4 Clash Of The Titans 23 Audio 2010 Sony Music
5 Medal Of Honor (Soundtrack Collection) 223 Audio 2011 La-La Land Records
6 The Unborn - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 20 Audio 2009 Lakeshore Records
7 Game Of Thrones (Music From The HBO Series) 29 Audio 2011 Varèse Sarabande
8 Game Of Thrones Season 2 (Music From The HBO Series) 21 Audio 2012 Varèse Sarabande
9 Pacific Rim - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 25 Audio 2013-06-25 Sony Classical
10 Pacific Rim - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 25 Audio 2013-07-00 Sony Classical
11 Safe House 18 Audio 2011 Varèse Sarabande
12 Game Of Thrones Season 3 (Music From The HBO Series) 19 Audio 2013-07-04 WaterTower Music
13 Game Of Thrones Season 3 (Music From The HBO Series) 19 Audio 2013-07-04 WaterTower Music
14 Game Of Thrones (Music From The HBO Series) Season 4 22 Audio 2014-07-01 WaterTower Music
15 Game Of Thrones (Music From The HBO Series) Season 4 22 Audio 2014-09-05 Music On Vinyl


Ramin Djawadi (born 1974 in Duisburg, Germany) is an Iranian-German composer of orchestral music for film and television. His father is an immigrant from Iran who studied medicine in Munich and worked as a surgeon until retirement.

Djawadi has been widely credited as a composer for additional music, orchestrator and as an assistant composer to Hans Zimmer on movies such as Batman Begins and Pirates of the Caribbean. His work as a music composer for films include Blade: Trinity (with RZA), Ask the Dust, Beat the Drum, Open Season, Mr. Brooks, Deception and Iron Man.


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