I really love this collection (my oldest brother has it) and it just rules. I prefer the Reservoir Dogs over the Pulp Fiction, but I'll do a sdtk by sdtk review. Pulp Fiction: Ok, but a little too many surfer songs. Most of the songs work on a nostalgic value, not really a listenable value. The way overplayed theme song is obnoxiously present, but a few good ones are here. Most noticeably Chuck Berry's "you never can tell" and "jungle boogie". The dialouge is really good, from the zed's dead to the ezekiel 25: 17. Reservoir Dogs: The better of the two, even though there is only eight real songs. Almost every single song is good. Little Green Bag is an excellent track-it captures the spirit of RD. I Gotcha is a real surprise good one, because it really grew on me. Coconut is the goofy one, but surprisingly listenable. Magic Carpet Ride is probably a little weak, as is track nine I think. Stuck in the Middle With You is surprisingly listenable, same thing for Hooked on the Feeling. As dialoguem goes, the "lets get a taco" is good, as is the madonna speech. As a juvenile youngster I'd used to see how much I get through with that Madonna Speech before someone yelled at me. Ha! Anywho, these are two very good soundtracks, but if you're short on money, buy the Reservoir Dogs instead.