Some will argue that the only thing that Quentin Tarantino does better than writing and directing films, is choosing the films’ soundtrack and selecting the musicians who will write the movie score. It’s hard not to agree, since some of the most memorable scenes from Tarantino‘s movies are always matched with brilliant songs; no need to mention the classical dance scene in Pulp Fiction, where Uma Thurman and John Travolta do the twist on the notes of You Never Can Tell by Chuck Berry.
Which is why we are even more excited for his upcoming movie The Hateful Eight, which will be screened in a 70 mm film format on Christmas day, and in digital theatres on January 8, 2016; the soundtrack listing has been released, and it looks no less memorable: from “Apple Blossom” by The White Stripes, to “There Won’t Be Many Coming Home” by Roy Orbison, with the exceptional participation of Ennio Morricone, who composed the primary music score for the film.
The soundtrack album will be released by Decca Records on the 18th of December. Are you sure you are ready for it?