New Soundtracks: Legion Cover Songs Album, Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich, Mr. Robot Vol. 5, Star Trek: Discovery Vinyl + More!

This week, Lakeshore Records is thrilled to release present another round of prestige soundtrack offerings from critically-acclaimed film and TV productions such as the Legion Season 2 cover songs album, “It’s Always Blue: Songs From Legion” (music by Noah Hawley & Jeff Russo), Mr. Robot, Vol. 5 (score by Mac Quayle), Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich (score by Fabio Frizzi) and the vinyl album release of Star Trek: Discovery (score by Jeff Russo)!  Scroll down to preview, listen and get more details!  Which albums have you been dying to get your hands on?

Digital New Releases:


Music by Noah Hawley & Jeff Russo.

[Behind Blue Eyes]: An intense, industrial version of the Who classic that “helped propel the story” according to Russo, the series’ composer. –

[Road To Nowhere]: The doom-heavy lyrics reflect the somewhat laissez-faire attitude the mutant show has towards the future, sanity, and, well, normalcy — even moreso thanks to Keller’s floaty vocals and the cloudy synth underneath. Spooky, lovelorn, and only slightly reminiscent of every single slowed-down cover over every superhero trailer ever. – Syfy Wire

Ever since Legion Season 2 debuted on FX, fans have been clamoring to get their hands on the cover songs from the show!  Featuring music by showrunner Noah Hawley and series composer Jeff Russo, “It’s Always Blue: Songs From Legion” also features vocals from the show’s Rachel Keller and Navid Negahban! Already a Top 10 soundtrack on iTunes, the album features Bonus Tracks only available on Apple Music and iTunes!



MR. ROBOT, VOL. 5 – [Download/Listen]
Score by Mac Quayle.

No show/soundtrack relationship may be more complementary than the one over at USA Network’s Mr. Robot… The show’s soundtrack, as composed by Mac Quayle, is a natural extension of the show’s tone and character: twitchy, tightly-wounded, tech-savvy, and ultimately lovely. – Den of Geek

With the recent announcement of Mac Quayle’s Best TV Composer of the Year nomination at this year’s World Soundtrack Awards, there’s no better time than now to celebrate with an immersive listen to Mac’s Season 3 score!  He sure knows how to get inside the mind of Mr. Robot’s Elliot Alderson (played by Rami Malek), because every season we can’t wait to get our hands on his infectious score!    

Catch up on the EMMY®-nominated Mr. Robot season_3.0 now at USA Network online (login required) or on iTunes (get it here)!



Score by Fabio Frizzi.

An impressively thematic, often ironically contrasting approach to the insanity onscreen that shows Frizzi’s killer instincts are as lethal as ever, just waiting to spring forth for the horror genre that he helped give new musical lifeblood to. – Film Music Magazine

One aspect that ties everything together is the film’s score, which was composed by Italian maestro Fabio Frizzi, whose work on Lucio Fulci’s films of the 70’s and 80’s has enchanted genre fans for years.  – Dread Central

Directors Sonny Laguna and Tommy Wiklund continue the Puppet Master horror legacy with Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich, in theaters and VOD now!  Featuring score by legendary composer Fabio Frizzi, the album also features the original Puppet Master theme by Richard Band!  

RLJE Films presents PUPPET MASTER: THE LITTLEST REICH, in theaters and VOD Friday, August 17.




New Vinyl Release:


STAR TREK: DISCOVERY – [Download/Listen]
Score by Jeff Russo.

As we initially reported, the Lakeshore webshop sold out of its initial pre-order of the out-of-this-world Star Trek: Discovery vinyl album within a matter of minutes!  However, if you want to get your hands on the Jeff Russo series score to the Peabody Award-nominated series, better lay in a course for your nearest record store or beam a copy up via your favorite online retailer!

All episodes of STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Season 1 now available on the CBS All Access app and via Amazon Channels (subscribe here).


Digital Pre-orders:


Score by William Ross.

Remember these two in A Scanner Darkly?  Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder reunite in their upcoming film, Destination Wedding (in theaters August 31).  The film features score by triple EMMY® Winner William Ross (Ladder 49, Away and Back)!  

Destination Wedding (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
William Ross

01. Photosynthesis
02. Destination Wedding
03. Adjoining Rooms
04. Gazebo
05. Ciribiribin
06. Arriving Home
07. Down the Aisle
08. Fun and Games
09. Love Shuttle
10. Afterlife Part 1
11. Afterlife Part 2
12. All the Drinks
13. Heading to the Airport
14. Frank Snoring
15. Taking a Walk
16. Just Lucky
17. Toblerone

EVENTS SCORE – [pre-order]
Music by Daniel Davies.

“One 60 Clone,” a more sci-fi–leaning effort that maintains a classic feel while leaning on elements of power electronics and ambient music. It’s cinema for the ear, and incredibly beautiful and sinister at the same time. – Revolver

From working on Lost Themes and other releases with John [Carpenter] and Cody to touring with them to writing  songs for John Bergin’s Wednesday Comic and showing up on the companion comp to The Rise of the Synths, this rocker has learned to craft stunning sci-fi synthery in profound ways. – Vehlinggo

As the nephew of “The Horror Master” John Carpenter, there’s no doubt a bit of the dark synth and vintage horror score influence has rubbed off on Daniel Davies!  In his first proper solo album debut, Daniel created this Events Score album for an imagined horror movie.  Out August 31 via Lakeshore Records with limited edition vinyl and cassette coming soon via Burning Witches Records!


REFLECTIONS – [pre-order]
Music by Ludrium.

The music is vocal synth-pop fused with nostalgic feelings and contemplative lyrics. A profound retro sensibility colors the keyboard-driven songs, combining Carpenter’s love of the past with a tight melodic structure. – Vehlinggo

Ludrium, the musical alter-ego of Cody Carpenter (yes that Carpenter), is back with his new album, Reflections, out digitally on August 31!  Unlike his jazzy contributions in collaboration with Daniel Davies on the Condemned horror soundtrack, Cody’s solo album effort reveals a synthpop side to his musical persona. 


New on Bandcamp:


Score by Rupert Gregson-Williams.

Nominated Best TV Composer of the Year for this year’s World Soundtrack Awards, Rupert Gregson-Williams score to EMMY-nominated hit TNT drama series The Alienist comes to Bandcamp for the very first time!



A classic Lakeshore artist album debuts on Bandcamp! 

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