Even if you haven’t seen the film you can buy this soundtrack and enjoy it based solely on its musical merit. If you have seen it then you will enjoy it all the more. Typical of a soundtrack of a Quentin Tarantino film it contains some lines of dialogue from the film and instrumentals by Ennio Morricone. Morricone’s song are brilliant; I wouldn’t expect any different. The man is such a talent and perfectly captures the emotions of the films he writes music for. And like Tarantino’s dialogue style the music is all over the place. You get soul, folk, acoustic, funk, hip hop, and blues songs. For fans there are a number of cool songs from the 1970s that are from Tarantino’s personal vinyl collection. The authenticity is maintained in that they have not cleaned up any of the hissing or crackling. Even somehow the hip hop track by Rick Ross, “100 Black Coffins”, fits in perfectly.