Quentin Tarantino is always the perfectionist, and not exclusively to the video realm, but provides the proper music to accompany his films. I'm not sure when he started using Ennio Morricone's music, maybe around Kill Bill, but it works. Django Unchained was a fantastic movie, partly due to the original score and the diversity of tracks chosen by Tarantino from 2pac to Jim Croce. As per usual, Tarantino's soundtracks have excerpts from his movies and they are thrilling to listen to on their own. At times, it can feel like one long commercial for the movie, but overall, it's well put together and enjoyable.