In my mind, this ranks up there with The Good, The Bad and The Ugly as one of Morricone's most memorable scores. It has that Italian crime feel, but the arrangements are filled with unexpected sounds like banjo, mouth harp and wood fish. All this underscores the fantastical premise upon which the film is based. The CD includes several versions of the same songs which make it feel a little more repetitive than it actually is. But hey, more is better, right?
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