La-La Land Records has announced a new soundtrack album for the 1990 superhero movie Darkman directed by Sam Raimi and starring Liam Neeson, Frances McDormand, Colin Friels and Larry Drake. The 2-CD set features the original music from the Universal Pictures production composed by Danny Elfman (Batman, Spider-Man, Alice in Wonderland, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Avengers: Age of Ultron), including the 1990 original soundtrack album on the first disc, and the expanded original score (featuring over 30 minutes of previously unreleased music) on the second disc. Visit the label’s official website to check out the full track list of the 30th Anniversary Expanded Edition, to listen to audio samples and to order the CD, which is limited to 3,000 copies.

The label has also announced a new soundtrack for the 1992 biographical drama Hoffa directed by Danny DeVito and starring Jack Nicholson, DeVito himself, Armand Assante, J. T. Walsh and Robert Prosky. The album features the original score from the 20th Century Fox release composed and conducted by Academy Award nominee David Newman (Ice Age, Serenity, The Flinstones, Galaxy Quest, The Nutty Professor, Anastasia), including over 30 minutes of previously unreleased music and bonus tracks. Visit the label’s online store for the full album details, to check out audio samples and to order the CD, which is limited to 2,000 copies.

  1. Philippe Blumenthal says:

    fantastic news! two great scoes from a time long, long ago… 😉