An almighty row has broken out here among the musical community regarding the soundtrack for the upcoming Quentin Tarantino adaptation of Spoof magazine saga Bordello Falls.
Some commentators say that Ennio Morricone should be rewarded with the project, but traditionalists insist that the movie soundtrack should be gleaned from the back catalogue of Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, the singing banjo players who performed the theme tune to the Beverley Hillbillies.
Never in all my years as a Hollywood correspondent have I known such bitterness, such rancour among musicians regarding who should select the music for a movie.
There's a strong lobby for Michael Jackson's music to be used in the movie, mainly inspired by the Jackson family, who are currently cashing in on something that doesn't move much any more, and will never move again.
Duelling Banjo's has also been mooted, but its connotations with anal rape in the movie 'Deliverance' make this one an outsider.
Brit band Oasis have been tipped on account of their connection with the saloon name, Susan Boyle has also been considered, as have ultimate girl band The Bonkettes.
Tarantino was quick to pour cold water on a Brit soundtrack, telling us: "Their stuff just isn't right for the wild west."
Jon Bon Jovi, who once got shot down in a blaze of glory is involved in secret talks with Tarantino.
More as we get it.