You claim that Raise the Stakes was composed by Geoff Zanelli. Where did you get that info? I could be wrong, but as far as I know it's just the trailer music. Why create a wiki page for trailer music?
Geoff Zanelli composes the music for DMTNT in replacement of Hans Zimmer, according to the soundtrack album cover. Because it's known that he's the composer, I'm assuming he composed Raise the Stakes but since we don't know for sure, that's why I wrote "may have been composed by...".
Most of the time, the music in movie trailers is composed beforehand by groups of composers who work for companies who then sell the rights to use it to some movie producers who are looking for a cue for their trailer. Of course, there's Hans Zimmer who often composed Christopher Nolan's trailers music, same with John Williams with the last two Star Wars teasers, but these are rare cases. Plus, it sounds nothing like Zanelli's usual style.
Speaking of which, I'm assuming somebody will make a page for Zanelli. If you need information about his past work on Pirates films, look at his website, he gives a summary of his contributions to each film (you might be surprised to learn that, even though people are always arguing about whether Zimmer or Badelt composed He's a Pirate, it's actually Zanelli's arrangement of Zimmer's themes!).
If the theme was truly only meant for the teaser (which once again we don't know for sure), I don't see why it would be excluded from the soundtrack album. I don't think any of us had ever heard this theme until the teaser was released, so surely it has to be part of the DMTNT soundtrack.
Thanks for the feedback, however. I'll be sure to remember next time to carefully examine the wording of a new page I created about something that is unknown to us.
Psst! Avast there! It be too late to alter course, mateys...
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