Last Friday we posted the first information on La-La Land Records‘ upcoming 4 Disc release of the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Soundtrack Collection. The set is scheduled to ship on February 12 and should retail for $49.98. The record label has issued some more information today including the fact that the set will be limited to 3,000 units and orders will be taken from 1pm on February 12 through their website,

In the meantime, La-La Land have sent us this first look of the rear cover art with full information about which episodes will be featured:

The set contains music excerpted from episodes of all seven seasons with Disc 4 presenting a special “Lost Album” with a more complete collection of music from the episodes “Our Man Bashir”, “Trials and Tribble-ations” and “What You Leave Behind”.

TrekCore is hoping to talk to some of the producers of the set soon, so stay tuned for more information!

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – The Collection is due for release on February 12, 2013 from La-La Land Records and will be priced at $49.98. The set can be ordered on release day at 1pm over at

  • archer923

    Can’t wait.

  • Ric

    This is awesome…..with 4 tracks of CALL TO ARMS we will most likely hear the battlesequence, sisko’s speech AND the joining of the fleet at the end, which would be all i want 🙂
    BROKEN LINK is a surprise but can’t wait to hear it. The scene with Odo und Kira walking on the promenade as well as Odo joining the link are two heartbreaking pieces of Chattaway. Hope they will be both on the set.
    Another surprise: BY INFERNO’S LIGHT, which features a great Dominion motif. Great selection of episodes!!

    • J

      I wouldn’t be surprised if they included all three Act 5 cues from Call to Arms (the evacuation, Dukat and Co. boarding the station and finally, the joining of the fleet.) The fourth cue would of course be the battle.

      From Changing Face of Evil, I’m hoping we get the battle cue and of course, the two cues (running together) that span Act 5 (Solbor’s demise and Damar’s speech).

      The McCarthy disc doesn’t interest me as much as it’s mostly from earlier seasons where the music was less dynamic.

      • Ric

        As for McCarthy, i guess THE CIRCLE will in.clude the departure of Kira or/and the final scene with sisko’s decision to abandon the station. I hope THE HOMECOMING will be the prison Break on the planet’s surface. Though, i am very diasappointed that there is no track involving the less popular episode MERIDIAN which happens to have one ofo the finest themes of the entire series, in my opinion

        • J

          The prison break cue is okay, although it doesn’t sound particularly different from any other McCarthy action music written around the same time. A focus on some of the different genres he tackled (“Meridian” for romance, “Fascination” for comedy) would have have been nice. Ah well. It’s nice to have more music.

  • XS

    Sacrifice of Angels!!!! Awesome… the battle music was outstanding.

  • Neill Stringer

    Looking forward to this one

  • Pigeon

    Out of all the Star Trek soundtrack releases, this one excites me the most! I’m especially interested in the “Our Man Bashir” cues!

  • Very nice, but pitty, they skipped Badda-bing, badda-bang music:-/.

  • bbock

    It stinks that it’s only 4 CDs. As another mentioned, Badda-bing, badda-bang had great music including a rendition of the DS9 theme for 1960s Vega$ that played when our heroes slo-mo walked to the Holodeck en masse.

  • SFSeries&Movies

    Ordered it today! 😉