Django Unchained soundtrack – review, plus short takes

By Jim Pinckney In Music

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Love him or loathe him, it’s impossible to argue director Quentin Tarantino knows how to pull the strings when it comes to ensuring his films get maximum attention upon release. Alongside an inevitable dash of controversy, and the usual spot quizzes on what has been ripped off (or “influenced”) from where, the soundtrack is an invaluable tool for making sure every one of his films is keenly anticipated. Unleashed well in advance of the film release and assembled with the same kind of boyish nerdism that runs rampant through Tarantino’s imagery, the official soundtrack to ...

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