Although I am not sure I can make an objective analysis of songs Randall Poster
uses to catalyze an escape into the fantastic world of Leonardo Di Caprio, as “The
Wolf of Wall Street,” the way they are put together seems to demonstrate real
sophistication in matching music. Only in film music would a song called “Never Say
Never” by Romeo Void brilliantly collide with Cannonball Adderly and Ahmad
Jamal? Also, Poster’s use of volume to manipulate my engagement into Wolf world
is perfect. “Mrs. Robinson” by The Lemonheads was loud, giving emphasis to a long
awaited Martin Scorsese event, the FBI marching in.