superman-the-animated-seriesLa-La Land Records has announced a 4-CD soundtrack set for the Warner Bros. Television animated show Superman: The Animated Series. The album features selections from the show’s original music composed by Kristopher Carter, Harvey R. Cohen, Michael McCuistion and Lolita Ritmanis, as well as Shirley Walker who composed the series’ main titles theme. The 4-CD set is limited to 3000 copies and is now available to order on the label’s official website, where you can also check out the full album details and listen to audio clips. The 54 episodes of Superman: The Animated Series originally aired on The WB network and reruns currently air on Hub Network.

batmanThe label has also announced a soundtrack release for the DC Entertainment animated show Batman: The Brave and the Bold. The album features selections from the series’ original score composed by Michael McCuistion, Lolita Ritmanis & Kristopher Carter. The 2-CD set is limited to 2000 copies and is also available on La-La Land Records’ website, where you can check out audio clips and learn more about the soundtrack. The 66 episodes of Batman: The Brave and the Bold premiered from 2008 and 2011 on Cartoon Network.

  1. Jacob says:

    Ordered both on Tuesday, got Superman in the mail this afternoon. Still waiting on Batman. Great to finally have something official for Superman though.

  2. Roger says:

    60 bucks? damn thats my whole paycheck!

    • Jacob says:

      After I ordered both I knew it was going to total out just under $100 (it was $91 and change all said and done). After completely missing the boat on the first edition release of the Batman animated series soundtrack and having to order it from the incompetents running The MovieMusic Store only to have their idea of what passes as secure packaging lead to the destruction of the jewel case and pieces of the broken case scratching up one of the discs (the first and last time I ordered anything from them) I made the decision to not pass up anything DC related from La-La Land and will always order it direct if my financial situation will allow it.

      • Justin Boggan says:

        You know, if you contact La La Land Records, they might be kind enough to send you a replacement disc, even though you didn’t order from them.

        Worth a shot.

        • Jacob says:

          I considered it but since the release had long since been sold out through them directly I just assumed the response would be “sorry, that was a limited edition release that we no longer have stock for and we cannot offer a replacement” + the unfortunate circumstance of ordering through MovieMusic vs. La-La Land themselves.

          • Justin Boggan says:

            They re-issued Volume 1 about a year ago or so ago (also sold out). Every titles has extra copies printed, for defective, lost, and damanged CD’s.

            I don’t know, I’d try it. 🙂

          • Jacob says:

            I wrote them (literally moments ago, in fact). I was really stunned to find that I even still have the order confirmation and ship notice emails from MovieMusic.

            I’m not one to get hopeful so I’m not in this case either but at least I know I’ll have written to them about it. It’s a small consolation but a consolation all the same.

          • Jacob says:

            Got a fairly fast response back from Matt about it, basically confirming what I’d expected – it’s way too late for them to do anything about it + the fact that I didn’t purchase it from them directly. He was pretty cool about it overall.

            I did end up purchasing the reissue though (I ordered both it and vol. 2 back when they released) but this stuff with the damaged CD on the original vol. 1 release has always frustrated me. Eventually I’ll likely break down and overpay to get a copy from someone else selling it secondhand and pray that nothing unfortunate happens to that.

          • Justin Boggan says:

            Sorry to hear about that. 🙁

            There are differences between the first issue and the re-issue; might want to double check which disc has the differences, before you toss the old one.

  3. Seth says:

    I’d like to see The soundtrack from Lovelines 1984 and Tomboy 1985 released on CD.