The Final Soundtrack Frontier
April 5, 2022
La-La Land Records Announces Final 4-CD Collection of STAR TREK Television Music
La-La Land Records and CBS present our final collection of music from the STAR TREK television universe, STAR TREK COLLECTION – THE FINAL FRONTIER, a thrilling four-CD presentation with a bounty of previously unreleased music from STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION, STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE, STAR TREK: VOYAGER and STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE. Travel at warp through some of your favorite musical moments in the STAR TREK television saga!
DISC ONE includes, for the very first time anywhere, “lost cues” by Jerry Goldsmith written, but never recorded, for STAR TREK THE MOTION PICTURE, performed here by renowned composer Joe Kraemer.
The rest of Disc One features cues from STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION by composers Dennis McCarthy and Jay Chattaway, including music from such episodes as “The Dauphin,” “Time’s Arrow Part 2,” “Lower Decks,” and more.
DISC TWO showcases music from STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE by composers Dennis McCarthy, Jay Chattaaway, David Bell and Paul Baillargeon and features tracks from various episodes including “Blood Oath,” “Take Me Out To The Holosuite,” “Rocks And Shoals,” and more!
DISC THREE highlights tracks from STAR TREK: VOYAGER by composers Jay Chattaway, Paul Baillargeon and David Bell, including music from the episodes “The Darkling,” “Flashback,” “Real Life” and others!
DISC FOUR features selections from STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE by composers Dennis McCarthy, Kevin Kiner, Paul Baillargeon, David Bell and Velton Ray Bunch, including tracks from the episodes “Silent Enemy,” “Marauders,” “Cold Front” and more!
Produced by Ford A. Thaxton, James Nelson, Mark Banning and Lukas Kendall, and mastered by James Nelson, this special 4-CD collection contains a 44-page booklet with exclusive liner notes by writer Randall Larson and stellar art design by Mark Banning. This deluxe release of musical gems from four of the most celebrated sci-fi television series of all time has a total running time of more than five full hours and is limited to 3000 units.
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