There are several key characteristics that make up a Quentin Tarantino film, including endless conversations filled with snappy dialogue, buckets of blood, and brilliant sequences set to pop songs. This is what Tarantino does -- he puts everything he's ever loved or obsessed over and throws it into one striking, easily digestible package. And the music is a great entry point to that world, in which '70s grindhouse movies and lurid comic books and pulp novels and things he heard on the radio as a kid, collide and combust and reform themselves into something altogether new and brilliant.

So, on the occasion of Quentin Tarantino's latest feat, the hyper-violent "Django Unchained," we are running down the ten most memorable Quentin Tarantino music moments. Have Spotify/YouTube/iTunes at the ready.

WARNING: The videos below contain lots of violence and blood. Suffice it to say, many are not say for work. %VIRTUAL-MtGallery-236SLIDEEXPAND--270604%
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Django Unchained
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Two years before the Civil War, Django (Jamie Foxx), a slave, finds himself accompanying an unorthodox... Read More

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