Two weeks ago, La-La Land Records finally announced their next Trek soundtrack release, a follow-up to their December 2014 Star Trek: Enterprise collection.

Today, we’ve now got a look at the cover art and track listing for the upcoming four-disc set – which will go up for order on September 27 – with music from all four years of the series.

STAR TREK ENTERPRISE VOLUME 2

MUSIC BY DENNIS McCARTHY, JAY CHATTAWAY, KEVIN KINER, DAVID BELL,
PAUL BAILLARGEON, BRIAN TYLER, JOHN FRIZZELL, VELTON RAY BUNCH

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The first 150 or so customers who purchase the set directly from www.lalalandrecords.com will receive a signed booklet autographed by Dennis McCarthy at no extra charge. Quantities are limited and you are not guaranteed a signed copy.

Disc One: Music by Dennis McCarthy  (* Music by Dennis McCarthy & Kevin Kiner)

1. Where My Heart Will Take Me  – (Main Title, Season Three) (1:21)
Written by Diane Warren, Performed by Russell Watson

Breaking the Ice #008
2. Archer’s Comet/Comet Chasers (2:03)
3. The Comet (2:18)
Recorded October 30, 2001, Original Airdate: November 7, 2001

Sleeping Dogs #015
4. Dive (1:49)
Original Airdate: January 30, 2002

The Communicator #034
5. Searching/It’s Not There (3:59)
6. Great Escape (2:52)
Recorded November 5, 2002,
Original Airdate: November 13, 2002

Stigma #040
7. A Promise/Yuris Saves the Day (3:11)
Recorded February 5, 2003, Original Airdate: October 8, 2003

Future Tense #042
8. Attacked (3:26)
9. Final Attack (3:10)
Recorded November 11, 2003, Original Airdate: February 19, 2003

Cogenitor #048
10. Visitor (2:31)
11. Responsibility (4:16)
Recorded April 15, 2003, Original Airdate: April 30, 2003

The Xindi #053
12. Recap/Xindi Meeting (2:34)
13. Escape (3:39)
Recorded September 2, 2003, Original Airdate: September 10, 2003

Doctor’s Orders* #068
14. Empty Ship (1:28)
15. Phlox to the Rescue (3:16)
Recorded February 9, 2004, Original Airdate: February 18, 2004

Damage* #071
16. Bad Dream (3:40)
17. Hijackers/No Choice (5:36)
Recorded March 17, 2004, Original Airdate: April 21, 2004

Observer Effect* #087
18. Your Move (1:45)
19. One Way Nap (3:13)
20. Hoshi Dies (4:18)
21. Archer Out of Options (2:31)
22. More Than Observe/Rules Need to Change (1:06)
Recorded February 16 & 22, 2004, Original Airdate: January 21, 2005

The Aenar* #090
23. Recap – Enterprise 090/Hunt Down Enterprise (2:18)
24. Telepresence Test Fails (2:31)
25. Freighter Fight (2:15)
26. Telepathic Siblings/ Trip Hits the Road (3:10)
Recorded February 2, 2005, Original Airdate: February 11, 2005

Total Time – Disc One: 75:28

Disc Two: Music by Jay Chattaway

1. Archer’s Theme
(Bumper Version #1) (0:07)
(Dennis McCarthy)

Fight or Flight #003
2. Archer Reverses Course (1:20)
3. Aliens Return/Damn the Torpedoes/Failure to Communicate/Hoshi Gets Through (10:08)
Recorded September 25, 2001, Original Airdate: October 3, 2001

Detained #021
4. Danik to Isolation (2:23)
5. Big Bang/Suliban Liberation (3:46)
Recorded April 5, 2002, Original Airdate: April 24, 2002

Carbon Creek #027
6. Welcome to Carbon Creek/Wearing It Backwards (1:31)
7. The Hustler (1:55)
8. Get a Job/Mestral’s Secret Date (1:39)
9. Glaring Vulcan (2:03)
10. Vulcan Velcro/Not Enough (3:32)
Recorded September 17, 2002, Original Airdate: September 25, 2002

Anomaly #054
11. The Sphere (1:20)
Recorded September 9, 2003, Original Airdate: September 17, 2003

E2 #073
12. Recap/Future T’Pol (1:11)
13. Enterprise 2/117 Years Early (3:24)
14. Father Son Talk 2/Reunion (2:29)
15. Lorian’s Plan/Standoff (4:28)
16. Joining Forces/Team Enterprise/
Subspace Passage/Remembrance (6:26)
Recorded April 14, 2004, Original Airdate: May 5, 2004

Cold Station 12 #081
17. Lucas Cracks/Stasis Chamber/Soong Escapes (7:40)
Recorded October 27, 2004, Original Airdate: November 5, 2004

Divergence #092
18. Recap – Enterprise 092 (1:03)
19. Prepare for Transfer/Trip Transfer (4:15)
20. Warp Drive Reboot (3:31)
21. Krell Demands Surrender (3:00)
22. Krell Attacks/Klingons Disabled/Phlox Fools Krell (6:20)
23. Thanks for the Help/One Captain (0:44)
Recorded February 25, 2005, Original Airdate: February 25, 2005

Total Time – Disc Two: 75:14

Disc Three: Veterans

1. Where My Heart Will Take Me
(Bumper #1) (0:07)
(Diane Warren)

Fusion #017 (David Bell)
2. T’Pol Tells Dream (1:58)
3. First Dance I Went To (1:50)
Recorded February 19, 2002, Original Airdate: February 27, 2002

Dawn #039 (David Bell)
4. Trip Crash Lands (1;33)
5. Trip Tosses Phaser/The Big Fight (4:31)
6. Trip Reviews Life (2:09)
7. Leave This System/Glad I Missed (1:22)
Recorded December 20, 2002, Original Airdate: January 8, 2003

The Crossing #044 (Paul Baillargeon)
8. Enterprise Swallowed (1:04)
9. Wisps First Contact (4:06)
10. Wisps Take Trip (2:50)
11. Wisps Chase Reed/Alien Reed/More Crew Taken (6:39)
12. They’re Lying to Us (1:15)
13. Alien Trip Listens In/ Phlox Pulls Panel/Trip Fights Phlox/End of Wisps (7:24)
Recorded March 18, 2003, Original Airdate: April 2, 2003

Rajiin #056 (Paul Baillargeon)
14. Intimate Intruder/Rajiin Captured (5:09)
Recorded September 24, 2003, Original Airdate: October 1, 2003

Chosen Realm #064 (Paul Baillargeon)
15. Crew Fights Back/Hand to Hand/Final Fight (8:18)
Recorded December 16, 2003, Original Airdate: January 14, 2004

Hatchery #069 (Paul Baillargeon)
16. Recap/Crashed Ship (1:31)
17. Endangered Mission (2:37)
18. Hatching Time (1:37)
19. Mutiny/Return to Duty (6:40)
Recorded February 18, 2004, Original Airdate: February 25, 2004

The Forgotten #072 (Paul Baillargeon)
20. Recap/For the 18 (2:16)
21. Emotions (1:51)
22. Trip Dreams (1:21)
23. Reptilian Attack (3:06)
24. Goodbye Elizabeth (2:27)
Recorded March 3, 2004, Original Airdate: April 28, 2004

Total Time – Disc Three: 74:44

Disc Four: New Recruits

1. Where My Heart Will Take Me
(Bumper #2) (0:12) (Diane Warren)

Canamar #043 (Brian Tyler)
2. Shuttlepod Adrift/Start the Investigation/Kuroda Gets Free (2:37)
3. Pilot Knocked Out/Crew Gets Message (2:15)
4. Kuroda’s Plan (1:25)
5. Piece of Cake (3:34)
6. End of Kuroda (6:17)
Recorded February 18, 2003, Original Airdates: February 26, 2003

The Forge #083 (John Frizzell)
7. Vulcan Catacombs (1:17)
8. Rogue Bomb (2:09)
9. Sandfire/Mindmeld (4:25)
10. Syrranite Sanctuary (2:25)
Recorded November 11, 2004, Original Airdate: November 19, 2004

Acquisition #019 (Velton Ray Bunch)
11. Krem & Muk on Board (3:40)
12. Trip Chased (1:43)
13. Ferengi Showdown/Seductive Vulcan (5:03)
14. Vault Scheme/Krem Gets His Ship (4:41)
Recorded March 19, 2002, Original Airdate: March 27, 2002

Exile #058 (Velton Ray Bunch)
15. The Voice Returns/Alien Garden/Meet Tarquin (4:59)
16. Space Landing (2:56)
17. Last Visit (1:01)
Original Airdate: October 15, 2003

The Council #074 (Velton Ray Bunch)
18. Into the Chamber (4:11)
19. Armaturi Attack (1:39)
20. Reprieve (1:34)
21. End of Degra/News of Degra (1:58)
22. Weapon Launched (2:31)
Recorded April 21, 2004, Original Airdate: May 12, 2004

Affliction #091 (Velton Ray Bunch)
23. Bad Medicine (1:00)
24. Mind Meld Memory (2:39)
25. T’Pol’s Daydream (2:25)
26. Klingon Augments (2:47)
27. Columbia First Flight (2:01)
28. Warp 5.2 (2:51)
Recorded February 10, 2005, Original Airdate: February 18, 2005

29. Archer’s Theme (End Credits) (Dennis McCarthy) / Paramount Studios Logo (0:51) (Lalo Schifrin)

Total Time – Disc Four: 78:17

The collection will go live on La-La Land’s website next Tuesday at 12PM PST.

  • SFSeries&Movies

    I want to own this one!

  • Sykes

    Still no Azati Prime? Damn it!

    • Simon

      Great score to one of the best episodes of the series.

  • jackson roy kirk

    I love volume 1. I will be there 3:00 pm EST!

  • LOL, so much wallpaper music. Sorry ENT fans, no Azati Prime [yet].

  • Michael

    If you own the DVD’s or Blu-Rays you can extract and isolate the music using Audacity. It’s legal to do as you have purchased it. Technical, so some would prefer just popping in a CD.

    • grandadmiralbinks

      I’m not sure that’s entirely true.

      • pittrek

        Depends on where you live.

        • grandadmiralbinks

          Maybe yeah.

    • Sykes

      Not remotely as good as having the tracks presented properly. I prefer not to have the sound effects mixed in when I’m listening to music. (Or the watery effect that comes from too much filtering.)

      • Michael

        I hear zero sound effects. They were removed and the music preserved.

  • Jamie

    Not only no Azati Prime, no recap intro from Cold Station 12 either.
    I’ll be there on release day but I am a bit disappointed the above tracks werent included.

    Maybe we will get a 3rd volume.

  • pittrek

    Why the hell didn’t they still release a proper box set for the WHOLE show like they did for the original series a few years ago?

    • archer923

      Because A boxset for ENT would be too massive. With these two volumes we have 8+ hours of music. If say, on average, episodes have 20 minutes of music. There’s 98 episodes. 32 hours of music. 32 discs. TOS was over $220 for 15 discs. You’d like to pay over $400?

      • pittrek

        So they could still do “proper” season box sets

        • archer923

          They do volume sets so that they hit all 4 seasons. They could do season sets. But if season 1 sells bad. Because a lot of people hate ENT. Or want S3-4. Then no more sets will come out. This way, each set has something from each one. Giving it the better chance of selling okay. And keep going. LaLa does this with a lot of series. Batman TAS is on volume 4. Each set was always mixed between seasons 1-3.

    • CoolGeek

      Because the original series is a classic.50 years later and it is still beloved.

      Enterprise is not.

      • pittrek

        Well… depends on who you ask of course.

        • Melllvar

          And time will be the thing that tells, afterall — TOS was cancelled after only 3 seasons remember?

          • Enterprise won’t be remembered like TOS. It didn’t break any new ground. It was late to embrace the new and innovative story telling that other shows pioneered in the late ’90s and 2000s.

            Many people enjoy it, and that’s great, but Enterprise isn’t culturally relevant.

    • ldkendal

      Unlike TOS, which was only partially scored, each episode of Enterprise received an original score. It would have to be something like a 33-disc box set (the TOS set was 15) and is simply not economically practical for the label—or fans!

  • Darkthunder

    In response to Charlie Oakes:
    “If you hate the film then why are you here ?”

    The same tired argument each and every time a discussion regarding the JJverse films is held. I do not hate the films, nor do I dislike them. In fact, in the prior (now closed) discussion, I did say it was unfortunate that the latest film didn’t perform better.

    Both “sides” of the argument needs to get a grip on reality, and stop bashing the other. People who bash the JJverse films are as bad as the people who “bash the bashers” (such as Mr Charlie Oakes). A person could dislike a movie, without outright “hating” on it. A person could prefer one movie over another without hating it. Yet people like Mr Oakes here, seem to think that just because someone isn’t a die hard defender of the new timeline films, you are automatically labeled a HATER. About as bad as the people who call men misogynistic because they didn’t like the Ghostbusters reboot (and not because of the actors involved).

    • STOP. There is a reason that discussion thread was closed.

      • Darkthunder

        I believe my point has been made. Since I didn’t have the chance to respond to his comment in the thread before it was closed, I replied here. I meant no disrespect to the admins in charge (and for the record, I am not a hater of the JJverse films).

        • Melllvar

          So youre not a hater of the films, nor are you a hater of the haters of the films; rather, you sorta hate the people who percieve those who dislike the new movies as hating them when in fact maybe theyre just speaking their mind.

          A compelling argument, which revolves entirely around ppl hating each other and where YOURS is directed. How about some IDIIC buddy?

  • Julian Glover

    Canamar’s ‘The Gift Of Gravity’ Is almost constantly stuck in my head. Go Brian Tyler!!!!!!!

  • Vger64

    Just ordered the set today. Expensive, but I can’t wait.

  • Jamie

    Got an autographed copy to go with the other autographed albums!
    Hopefully my set will arrive quickly since postage was $22.

    Bring on the Voyager collection.

  • Robert Anthony

    No news story about the re-issue/re-printing of Enterprise on DVD. 🙂 http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Star-Trek-Enterprise-The-Complete-Series/22781
    Now, where are DS9 and Voyager?