La-La Land Records has announced the world premiere soundtrack release for the 2004 comedy The Stepford Wives directed by Frank Oz and starring Nicole Kidman, Matthew Broderick and Bette Midler. The album features the film’s original music composed by David Arnold (Independence Day, Casino Royale, Stargate), including a number of alternate cues and music not used in the film. The soundtrack for the Paramount Pictures production is limited to 1500 copies. To listen to audio clips and to check out the full album details, visit the label’s official website. The CD is also available to order on Amazon.
The label has also announced an expanded soundtrack release for the 1993 family movie Dennis the Menace directed by Nick Castle and starring Walter Matthau, Joan Plowright and Mason Gamble. The film’s music is composed and conducted by Jerry Goldsmith (The Omen, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Planet of the Apes). The album features more than 20 minutes of previously unreleased music from the Warner Bros. Pictures production, as well as a couple of bonus tracks. The CD is limited to 3000 copies and is now available for pre-order on Amazon. To check out audio clips and for the full album details, visit La-La Land Records’ online store.
The label’s third new release is a soundtrack album for the thriller Favor written and directed by Paul Osborne. The album features the film’s original music composed by Joe Kraemer (Jack Reacher, The Way of the Gun). The soundtrack will be available for download at digital retailers, including iTunes. Click here to listen to audio clips. The film starring Blayne Weaver, Patrick Day, Cheryl Nichols, Christina Rose, Rosalie Ward, Alison Martin and Jeffrey Combs is now available on VOD. To learn more about the thriller, visit the official movie website.