As we reported last week, La-La Land Records’ new Star Trek: Enterprise soundtrack collection has now become available for purchase for a price of $59.99 — this four-disc set contains hours of content, early buyers will receive their collections autographed by composers Dennis McCarthy, John Frizzell, Brian Tyler, and David Bell at no extra cost.

Buy the Enterprise collection directly from La-La Land Records’ website here.

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In addition, it seems that 2015 will be a big year for Trek soundtracks, as we’ve learned from multiple sources that La-La Land has three more major releases in the pipeline.

  • Star Trek: The Next Generation Collection – Volume 2 is due for next year, a long-awaited follow-up to their 2011 TNG release.
  • Star Trek: Voyager Collection is also in the works for 2015, expanding La-La Land’s Trek offerings into the Delta Quadrant.
  • Star Trek: Enterprise Collection – Volume 2 is expected around this time next winter and offer more music from the 22nd Century.

We have no confirmed dates or release schedules for these next soundtrack collections, but we’ll surely bring you the most up-to-date information available as soon as we have it.

In the meantime, head over to La-La Land’s Enterprise page and listen to some of their track samples — and place your order today!

  • SFSeries&Movies

    Ordered! 🙂

  • Gilbetron

    In the absence of DS9 blu news, this is pretty awesome. I’m a huge fan of the soundtracks and have been waiting for decades for more comprehensive releases. Can’t wait!

  • I fear I have little interest in Voyager or Enterprise collections… but awesome for those who do want them!

    As for myself, I look forward to that additional TNG collection. A bit sad at the lack of more DS9, but I suppose they just had a turn not long ago, so their time will come again.

    Also, filed to the pipe dream category, maybe someday someone will unearth long lost masters for the music from the animated series. I’d love to have that music to complete my Classic Trek soundtracks!

    • Brian

      In the soundtrack label circles, music from the 70’s animated Trek series has been discussed, but it was determined after searching that the the master tapes with those cues were destroyed, some point after the Filmation library was sold. A shame to be sure, but things like this happen – I mean, decades ago no one in their right mind would have ever thought those tapes had to be kept for an eventual soundtrack album.

      • I know. Hence, “pipe dream category.”

        I suppose, given the likely reality of the situation, while normally I would demand original recordings, in this one case I’d settle for high quality re-recordings…

        • How much unique TAS music do you suppose there was? I haven’t tried to count it, but as I recall, it sure seemed like the same 15 minutes got reused just about every episode. There was about five minutes of exploration music, five minutes of ship-and-crew-in-danger music, and maybe a contemplative phrase or two, but not a lot else. I didn’t realize that the master recordings had been lost; all these years I’ve just assumed that we had never seen a TAS soundtrack CD because there wasn’t more than 20 minutes of playing time, which wouldn’t have been enough to justify a whole CD.

          • whbinder

            There are very clean recordings of all (or most) of the TAS music on YouTube. I downloaded it and even made my own “album” cover for my music collection.
            https://lh3.ggpht.com/KzRc-yYDe7Wn2DF3AOpOqDpO-bFJZyaFd91Xc5paBxZBpXZc-6KjIWMgBhwl=s512-c-e100-nu

          • archer9234

            There could of been some unused tracks. Or alternate takes. That could of extended it. But the tapes being gone. Just as bad when Masters Of The Universe audio was remixed. And they go and toss the isolated tapes out.

      • archer9234

        Ugh. Doctor Who Lost Episodes sadness setting in.

  • Michael

    Enterprise had a lot to prove in its Second Season episode, Regeneration and had excellent musical accompaniment; great sample from a superb overall collection: http://bit.ly/1vfpzZL
    Hope to see the Voyager collection next year!

  • Simon

    Not that dislike more Enterprise (I just ordered Volume 1), but I wouldn’t mind if they pushed it back a season and put a “DS9 Volume 2” for 2015 instead!

    • SFSeries&Movies

      Same here

  • Ric

    Yeaaaah!! XD

    I hope we get the highlights from ENT’s “Anomaly”, “Azati Prime”, “Carbon Creek” and “United”, afterall.

    Despite from a very good selection of music on this year’s release, i was a little disappointed that those episodes were left out.

    So i can still hope 🙂

    Keep them coming!!

    • Jamie

      I agree on all of the episodes you chose there.
      I’d throw “North Star” in too!

  • Jamie

    Fantastic news on all Star Trek music fronts there.
    I will be buying each release on the 1s day.
    I’m so pleased La La Land are comitted to bringing the music of Star Trek to the fans with these neat collections.

  • archer9234

    Voyager OMFG!

  • Jason

    This set should be on my doorstep in an hour or two… The waiting is the hardest part…

    • archer9234

      I have to wait till the 8th. Since I’m in NYC. And they’re in CA. 3 long days…

      • SFSeries&Movies

        Live Europe, have to wait a week but it’s worth the wait. 🙂

  • archer9234

    I finally got the CD in the mail. Loving everything. It’s great to have real CD’s of these episodes. And I’m really surprised to find out that the End Credits had a longer version than what was used on TV. It’s so damn good.

  • Ted

    I’m really hoping the Voyager collection includes the episode “Deadlock,” which to me is some of the best.