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Film Score Friday 10/3/14
Posted By: Scott Bettencourt 10/2/2014 - 9:00 PM
La-La Land has announced most of their releases for the rest of October.

Next week they will release Steve Jablonsky's score for this summer's epic sequel TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION; Alfred Newman's score for Fritz Lang's 1941 thriller MAN HUNT, based on Geoffrey Household's novel Rogue Male about a man who plots to assassinate Hitler; and a third, four-disc volume of their irreplaceable collection of music from BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES, by the late, great Shirley Walker and her amazing team of supercomposers.

Two weeks later, they will release the first ever score CD of Graeme Revell's music from 2000's animated sci-fi adventure TITAN A.E., as well as a CD to be named later.


The next releases from Music Box are a CD pairing two scores by Michel Colombier, LES ONZE MILLE VERGES (1975) and TAROT (1973), and Serge Gainsbourg's score for Bertrand Blier's 1986 comedy TENUE DE SOIREE (released in the U.S. as Menage).

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