Quentin Tarantino Made a Massive Playlist of His Favorite Music From All His Movies

The “Pulp Fiction” soundtrack is only the beginning…

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Hot on the heels of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’s $40 million opening weekend, Quentin Tarantino has compiled his favorite songs from all of his movies in one ginormous Spotify playlist. 

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The director took over the music streaming service’s “Film & TV Favorites” section to create a 71-track playlist of retro tunes that runs nearly four hours long. 


Tarantino included some obvious choices, including “Miserlou” by Dick Dale and his Del-Tones, which is perhaps best known from Pulp Fiction, and a remastered version of David Bowie’s haunting “Cat People (Putting Out Fire),” which famously kicks off the final chapter of Inglourious Basterds, just to name a few. Listen to the entire Spotify playlist above if you’re ready to go deep into QT’s musical faves.  

And if you want to hear the period-accurate songs featured in his latest 1969-set release, the entire Once Upon a Time in Hollywood soundtrack is also available on Spotify—check it out here: 

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