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Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained Original Motion Picture Sdtrk [Explicit] Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack

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Original soundtrack to the 2012 motion picture written and directed by Quentin Tarantino. Includes music from Ennio Morricone, Jim Croce, Rick Ross, James Brown and 2Pac, Louis Bacalov and many others. The film stars Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington and Samuel L. Jackson. Django (Foxx) is a slave living in the Deep South after having been separated from his wife Broomhilda (Washington). When Django is held for a slave auction, Dr. King Schultz (Waltz), a bounty hunter who poses as a dentist, frees Django from his vicious masters, the Speck brothers (James Remar and James Russo), and gives him the option of hunting down and killing the Brittle Brothers, a ruthless gang of killers whom only Django has seen. In return, Schultz will free Django from slavery completely and help rescue Broomhilda from the plantation of the charming but ruthless owner, Calvin Candie (DiCaprio).
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 18, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack
  • Label: Loma Vista
  • ASIN: B00A8V3VVG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (165 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #51,071 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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"Django Unchained" is the soundtrack to the Quentin Tarantino movie of the same name and much like soundtracks to his other movies, contains snippets of film dialogue, a few Ennio Morricone instrumentals, and some songs written especially for the movie - the latter a first for a Tarantino movie.

A trio of sweeping cinematic sixties/seventies ballads by Argentine/Italian composer Luis Bacalov feature; the Tom Jones-style "Django", the groovy Soul of "Lo Chiamavano King (His Name Is King)" and the dramatic instrumental "La Corsa (2nd Version)". Three beautiful Morricone instrumentals also feature; the guitar-driven pair of "The Braying Mule" and "Sister Sara's Theme" and the theatrical "Un Monumento". Anthony Hamilton and Elayna Boynton (who sounds like a cross between Leela James and Norah Jones) perform the lovely acoustic soulful "Freedom" singing the chorus "I'm looking for freedom, looking for freedom, and to find it, cost me everything I have, well I'm looking for freedom, I'm looking for freedom, and to find it, may take everything I have" against clanking chains in the background.

The folky "I Got A Name" is by Jim Croce, while "I Giorni Dell'ira" is a beautiful spaghetti western-style instrumental by Riz Ortolani. Rapper Rick Ross performs the Jamie Foxx-produced "100 Black Coffins". "I need 100 black coffins for 100 bad men / dig 100 black graves so I can lay they a** in" he raps against pseudo-martial beats and ominous harmonies. "Nicaragua" is a spare instrumental by Jerry Goldsmith", while the haunting acoustic "Ancora Qui" is by Elisa Toffoli and Morricone, recorded specially for the movie. The retro Funk "Unchained (The Payback / Untouchable)" is by James Brown and 2Pac.
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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. I haven't watched the film yet, but I'm sure all of these will grow on me after I've actually seen the flick.

Amazon is selling this for less than half of the cost of the same album on iTunes. Five Dollars versus fourteen dollars (prices on Christmas 2012). It's a pretty great value.

Keep in mind when you buy from Amazon, you don't get the final "credits" track from RZA. This track is essential to the soundtrack and will set you back a dollar and thirty cents on iTunes. It's an original track written to re-tell the movie while the credits roll.

If amazon included the RZA track "Ode to Django," I would rate this album four stars.
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The soundtrack to Quentin Tarantino's most recent film Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (starring Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio, Christoph Waltz, Samuel L. Jackson, etc.) complements the film superbly. Listening to a soundtrack out of context gives a different spin as opposed if you are critiquing the soundtrack within the confines of the film itself. While this compilation works well either way (I listened before seeing the film), it connects BEST to the listener within the film or having seen the film. Within the soundtrack, not only is music included, but so are memorable spoken word dialogues from the script.

Amongst spoken dialogue included are "Winged", an :08 snippet performed by James Russo (plays Dicky Speck), which appears within the first few moments of the film and initiates the soundtrack. "Django", composed by famed Argentine composer Luis Bacalov, reappears from the composer's original Django soundtrack. The perfect music for a western, "Django" serves as a perfect theme within Quentin Tarantino's context as well. "The Braying Mule" ("Il Mulo Regliante"), a product of Italian film composer Ennio Morricone, continues to lift the soundscape with brilliant, classic, and eclectic sounds that complement the film and are equally pleasant to listen to outside of the film. Featuring guitar, flute, percussion, and sitar, "The Braying Mule" is one of many Ennio Morricone features from Django Unchained.

"In The Case of Django, After You..." is a spoken dialogue between Christoph Waltz (Dr.
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By Paolo on December 18, 2012
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I have just bought the soundtrack and really like it. Can't wait to see "Django Unchained" (I have been waiting for this movie for years). Recently, I have been listening to a number of Morricone's tunes from his previous works and "Ancora Qui" (featuring vocals by Italian songwriter Elisa) is my favorite on this album. As I can speak and understand Italian, these lyrics telling about the loss of a loved one leave me breathless. No doubt composer Ennio Morricone is a genius, a living legend. A++++
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