I’ve made some changes to this old Quentin Tarantino soundtrack post – hope you enjoy (again!)
I love Quentin Tarantino. I love his stories, his scripts, his characters, his enthusiasm for films and of course…his soundtracks. Which I will be concentrating on today as I try to put each of his eight original soundtracks into the order of their brilliance. Now, as QT fans will know, his soundtracks are just as impressive and exciting as his movies and to be honest, I found it pretty darn tricky. I adore all of them really and so this wasn’t the easiest of tasks. Anyway, hope you enjoy. And I’m not including From Dusk till Dawn, Natural Born Killers or True Romance because he didn’t direct them or create the soundtrack.
8. Reservoir Dogs (1992)
This was Quentin’s first ever soundtrack (funnily enough) and it’s a real mix of eclectic pop songs from the 1970s. Reservoir Dogs is his only soundtrack not to have one instrumental piece on it and there is no dialogue save the Madonna’s big dick conversation…
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