The only thing Quentin Tarantino loves more than himself—and black people—are his movies. That's why the soundtrack for his 1994 Oscar-winning flick included more movie dialogue than actual music. With a song selection as eclectic as the cast—everything from surf tunes to rap music and soul—Q fit some of his favorite pieces from the movie onto the album. It may seem a little odd, but it worked. And he was wise enough to leave his n-bomb tirade off, though you know it killed him.