La-La Land Records has announced three new limited soundtrack editions. First up is a release of the expanded score for the 1995 action thriller sequel Die Hard With A Vengeance directed by John McTiernan and starring Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson and Jeremy Irons. The 2CD-set feature the score composed by Michael Kamen (Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Lethal Weapon) as written for the film, as well as several rejected cues. The album is limited to 4000 copies. Visit the label’s official Facebook website to check out the full track list of the release.

The label has also announced a 25th anniversary soundtrack edition for Brian De Palma’s 1987 crime drama The Untouchables starring Kevin Costner, Robert De Niro and Sean Connery. The album features the music composed and conducted by Ennio Morricone who received one of the film’s four Academy Award nominations. Included is the full score as heard in the film, as well as the album presentation of the original soundtrack release. Also featured are a number of bonus tracks including the unused song performed by Randy Edelman that was based on the love theme from the film. The album is limited to 3500 copies. To check out the track list, click here.

The final release is a new 20th Anniversary edition of the soundtrack for the 1992 family hit Home Alone 2: Lost in New York directed by Chris Columbus and starring Macauley Culkin, Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern. The film’s music is composed and conducted by John Williams. The album is limited to 3000 copies and features the composer’s score, including a couple of previously unreleased tracks. Visit La-La Land’s Facebook webpage to check out the track list.

  1. ed says:

    That “Die Hard With A vengeance” score album is well over due – especially after the shambolic original release. “The Untouchables” is also another unexpected surprise. As for the “Home Alone 2” album: it’s just a re-print of the Varese version with a few added extra insignificant tracks.