the-firmLa-La Land Records has released a new soundtrack album for Paramount Pictures’ 1993 thriller The Firm based on the John Grisham novel, directed by Sidney Pollack and starring Tom Cruise, Ed Harris and Holly Hunter. The album features the film’s expanded and remastered original music composed by Dave Grusin (Three Days of the Condor, The Goonies, Tootsie, Havana) who received an Academy Award nomination for his score, including previously unreleased music and alternates, as well as the content of the original 1993 soundtrack album. To listen to audio samples and for the full album details, visit the La-La Land’s official website, where you can also order the 2CD-set, which is limited to 3000 copies.

The label has also reissued the soundtrack album for the 1985 action movie Commando starring Arnold Schwarzenegger featuring the score by James Horner (Avatar, Titanic, Braveheart). For more information about the CD, which is limited to 2000 copies, visit the label’s online store.