sum-of-all-fearsLa La-Land Records has released a new soundtrack album for the 2002 thriller The Sum of All Fears directed by Phil Alden Robinson, based on the novel by Tom Clancy and starring Ben Affleck, Morgan Freeman and Liev Schreiber. The album features the film’s expanded and remastered original score composed by Jerry Goldsmith (Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Alien, The Omen), including almost 30 minutes of previously unreleased music, as well as bonus cues. Also featured is the original song If We Could Remember performed by Yolanda Adams, as well as Nessum Dorma from Puccini’s opera Turandot performed by Bruce Sledge and Star-Spangled Banner performed by Arnold McCuller. The soundtrack for the Paramount Pictures production is limited to 3000 copies and is now available to order on the label’s official website, where you can also listen to audio clips.

wavelengthThe label has also released a remastered re-issue of the original score to the 1983 sci-fi drama Wavelength directed by Mike Gray and starring Robert Carradine, Cherie Currie and Keenan Wynn. The film’s music is composed by Tangerine Dream (Legend, Sorcerer). The soundtrack for the 20th Century Fox production is limited to 1500 copies. To order the CD and to check out the full album details, visit La La-Land’s online store, where you can also check out audio clips.