The soundtrack for Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Django Unchained’ features not a single Django Reinhardt joint. Missed a trick there, haven’t you Quenty? What it does contain is new music from Rick Ross, Jamie Foxx, Ennio Morricone (and others) jostling for position alongside a bunch of older music - often stuff originally composed for other spaghetti westerns.
Vinyl Double LP £17.99 3731570
2LP OST on Mercury.
- Only 2 copies left
8/10 Jack 12th February 2015
First, this is a bit different than Q's first couple soundtracks (Pulp, Reservoir) which contained lots of great seldom-heard super-cool 70s tunes. This collection is closer to what you get with Kill Bill. It has more 70s cinema music than radio hits. There is some original and resampled hip hop that's not bad, and this is coming from a guy who doesn't own any hip hop albums made after the mid 90s and usually isn't a hip hop fan. There are a handful of "classic" western tracks which are more novelty for film nerds, than fun to listen to, but overall the music is enjoyable.
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