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I see people are still obsessing way too much over when/if Hook will be released. Patience, we'll get it eventually.

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I see people are still obsessing way too much over when/if Hook will be released. Patience, we'll get it eventually.

What recent posts qualify as over obsession? It all seems like perfectly reasonable speculation to me.

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I am prepared. When the announcing of Hook is coming another journey is going to an end.

I just hope they release that damn thing complete and with alternates. At least 3 CD's.

Wonder too what posts qualify as over obsession?

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I hope they release the songs recorded for the musical.

Were there any recorded before Spielberg scrapped the whole idea of the musical? I always thought that only the melodies of some of the songs survived as themes in the score if not counting We Don't Wanna Grow Up and When You're Alone, only songs making it into the film.

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I hope they release the songs recorded for the musical.

Were there any recorded before Spielberg scrapped the whole idea of the musical? I always thought that only the melodies of some of the songs survived as themes in the score if not counting We Don't Wanna Grow Up and When You're Alone, only songs making it into the film.

I'm not sure. For some reason I recall reading (somewhat recently) that Williams had written 10 songs, and perhaps he had even recorded some. But I'm not sure about the second part. Still, if it is indeed LLL's 200th release, maybe MV would go all out and hire an orchestra and some singers to record the songs? If Robert Townson can hire multiple composers and an orchestra tor his 1000th release, maybe it's not entirely ridiculous to think MV would do something slightly less demanding for his 200th?

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Alas, I think MV stated that nothing special was planned for #200, that it was just another release in the catalog.

Awwww I was waiting for a nice barber shop quartet rendition of We Don't Wanna Grow Up and Pick 'em Up! :crymore:

And btw I would be bloody well happy and content with 2 disc Hook if they would by some miracle be able to release it soon-ish. 30 min. of alternate material after 2 hour score would be just ok.

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I hope they release the songs recorded for the musical.

Were there any recorded before Spielberg scrapped the whole idea of the musical?

Actually, there were quite a lot. Among them, there were Hook Me Up, Nearer My God To Smee, El Tango de Rufio, My Hook Will Go On and Tinker Bell, Tinker All The Way.

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Oh you are forgetting the classics like Crock Around the Clock, Born in the Neverland, I Smee You and sure-fire hit The Hook of Love.

"The Hook of Love is in your eyes..."

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"Once upon a time in Neverland"......,"Rise of the Neverland of the Hook"......"As Hook goes By" and the truly classic one "I will always Hook You", perform by Whitney Houston.

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Oh you are forgetting the classics like Crock Around the Clock

Ah, yes, Crock Around The Clock is a great song!

Crock Around The Clock

Can you tell me what time is it?

Crock Around The Clock

Can you feel the ticking deep inside me?

Some say a watch is worth more than chandeliers

But I say if I want to know what time it is,

I'll ask my friend the Crock

Crock Around The Clock

Crock Around The Clock

Can you tell me what time is it?

Crock Around The Clock

Can you feel the ticking deep inside me?

One day you ate that clock

Since then time doesn't mean much to you

But how could I forget you?

You've got a clock inside you!

Crock Around The Clock

Can you tell me what time is it?

Crock Around The Clock

Can you feel the ticking deep inside me?

One day you asked: "Is time immortal?"

I told you "I don't know, can time die?"

You answered: "Kill it, we should try."

We laughed out loud and ate some pie!

Crock Around The Clock

Can you tell me what time is it?

Crock Around The Clock

Can you feel the ticking deep inside me?

One day maybe you'll die

And then all ticking wil stop

But you'll live deep inside me

As long as wet is the sea

Crock Around The Clock

Can you tell me what time is it?

Crock Around The Clock

Can you feel the ticking deep inside me?

Crock Around The Clock

It is my song for you

The Crock Around The Clock

Hero Of Time and Protector of Chalk

Crock Around The Clock

Can you feel the ticking deep inside me?

It is my heart beating for you...

A true classic

"I will always Hook You", perform by Whitney Houston.

Actually, this one was never recorded. There was a clash between Houston and Williams regarding the orchestration of the song. And Houston also wanted to remove one Boom-tzz. Big mistake. You never ask Williams to remove a Boom-tzz.

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LA-LA LAND RECORDS PRESENTS

NEW RELEASES: Tues, 1pm (PST) FEB 14, 2012

Available for order at www.lalalandrecords.com

Tues, 1pm (PST), FEB 14, 2012

PLANET OF THE APES: LIMITED EDITION (3-CD SET)

Music by Danny Elfman

Limited Edition of 3500 Units

RETAIL PRICE: $29.98

STARTS SHIPPING FEB 14

A WALK IN THE CLOUDS: LIMITED EDITION

Music by Maurice Jarre

Limited Edition of 2000 Units

RETAIL PRICE: $19.98

STARTS SHIPPING FEB 14

PLANET OF THE APES: LIMITED EDITION (3-CD SET) LLLCD 1193

Music by Danny Elfman

Limited Edition of 3500 Units

ORDER PLANET OF THE APES: LIMITED EDITION (3-CD SET) on Feb 14 (1pm PST) at www.lalalandrecords.com

STARTS SHIPPING FEB 14

RETAIL PRICE $29.98

Planet-of-the-Apes-Web.jpgLa-La Land Records, 20th Century Fox and Sony Music present the remastered and expanded version of acclaimed composer Danny Elfmans (BATMAN, BATMAN RETURNS, MARS ATTACKS!, WANTED, ALICE IN WONDERLAND) thunderous original score to Twentieth Century Foxs 2001 blockbuster sci-fi adventure PLANET OF THE APES, starring Mark Wahlberg, Tim Roth, Helena Bonham Carter and Michael Clarke Duncan, and directed by Tim Burton. The now legendary pairing of director Tim Burton and Danny Elfman again yields an immensely creative and complex film score that melds orchestra, percussion and electronics to enrich the films subtext and characters, all the while propelling its large-scale action. Featuring OVER 212 MINUTES of music, this comprehensive 3-CD SET set is the definitive release of Elfmans APES score Discs One and Two contain the film version of the score, with source cues and alternates, while Disc Three features the original 2001 soundtrack album assembly, including the RULE THE PLANET remix by Paul Oakenfold. Produced by Nick Redman, restored by Mike Matessino and edited and mastered by Daniel Hersch at d2 Mastering, this significantly expanded limited edition release of 3500 units also features exclusive liner notes by film music writer Jeff Bond.

TRACK LISTING:

DISC 1

The Film Score:

1 Main Titles (film version) 3:53

2 Deep Space Launch / Space Station / Power Outage 2:36

3 Thumbs Up / Trouble 5:57

4 Pod Escape / New World / The Hunt 4:13

5 Ape City 2:13

6 A Look / Unloading /Thades Inspection / Ari Watches / The Branding 3:44

7 Ari Buys a Pet 1:24

8 Leo Wants Out / Dental Exam 2:12

9 Thades Desire 1:35

10 The Dirty Deed 1:54

11 The Escape 3:39

12 Trust / Escape 3:32

13 In the Forest /Into the Pond / The Messenger 2:29

14 Unused / Thade Gets His Way / Ari Connects 3:49

15 The Story 3:00

16 Scarecrow Stinger / The Camp / Raid 5:20

17 Thade Goes Ape 2:42

18 Calima 7:22

19 The Army Approaches 3:03

20 Thades Tent 2:10

21 Discovery 5:07

22 Preparing for Battle 3:51

Total Time DISC 1: 75:57

DISC 2

The Film Score (cont'd)

1 The Charge 4:44

2 The Final Confrontation Landing / Showdown 8:34

3 The Aftermath / Thades Suite 7:31

4 Ape Suite #1 4:59

5 Ape Suite #2 2:36

6 Rule The Planet Remix 4:09

Bonus Tracks:

7 Thumbs Up / Trouble (alternate mix) 5:57

8 New World / The Hunt (alternate mix) 3:20

9 Dental Exam (alternate mix) 1:21

10 The Dirty Deed (alternate mix) 1:54

11 The Story (alternate mix) 2:59

12 Preparing for Battle (alternate) 3:35

13 The Final Confrontation (alternate mix) 7:14

14 The Aftermath / Thades Suite (unedited) 7:32

15 Camp Raid (percussion only) 4:08

16 Rule The Planet (overlay) 3:01

17 Source Music Montage (Band Source, Trendy Source, Jazzy Source, Calliope Source, Rave Source) 2:54

18 Dinner Source 1:40

Total Time: DISC 2: 78:24

DISC 3

The 2001 Soundtrack Album

1 Main Titles 3:49

2 Ape Suite #1 3:52

3 Deep Space Launch 4:35

4 The Hunt 4:58

5 Branding The Herd :48

6 The Dirty Deed 2:27

7 Escape From Ape City/The Legend 5:57

8 Ape Suite #2 2:42

9 Old Flames 2:10

10 Thade Goes Ape 2:37

11 Preparing For Battle 3:26

12 The Battle Begins 5:17

13 The Return 7:18

14 Main Title Deconstruction 4:22

15 Rule The Planet Remix 4:03

(Remix by Paul Oakenfold)

Total Time: DISC 3: 58:21 Total Album Time: 212:42

A WALK IN THE CLOUDS: LIMITED EDITION LLLCD 1199

Music by Maurice Jarre

Limited Edition of 2000 Units

ORDER A WALK IN THE CLOUDS: LIMITED EDITION on Feb 14 (1pm PST) at www.lalalandrecords.com

STARTS SHIPPING FEB 14

RETAIL PRICE $19.98

walkintheclouds-Web.jpgLa-La Land Records and 20th Century Fox presents the remastered and expanded release of renowned composer Maurice Jarres (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA, THE PROFESSIONALS, WITNESS, ENEMY MINE) sumptuously romantic score to 20th Century Foxs 1995 post WWII-era drama A WALK IN THE CLOUDS, starring Keanu Reeves and Anthony Quinn and directed by Alfonso Arau. Composer Jarres lush and heartwarming orchestral score, full of sweeping and colorful themes, perfectly compliments cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezkis breathtaking imagery, while also harnessing the films deeply felt emotions and romantic plot, set against a post WWII Napa Valley vineyard. At 72 minutes, this expanded release nearly doubles the length of this scores previous soundtrack releases. Produced by Nick Redman and Mike Matessino and mixed and mastered by Mike Matessino, this special limited edition release of 2000 units includes alternate cues and source music and also features exclusive liner notes by film music writer Julie Kirgo.

TRACK LISTING:

1. Main Title/Boat Arrival 4:15

2. Ticket Switch/Train Flashback/Catching Bus* 3:00

3. Miracle Wish* 2:14

4. Tinfoil Rings* 1:43

5. Star Wishes 2:02

6. No Bedtime/Teddybear Flashback* 1:44

7. Butterfly Wings 3:01

8. Morning Walk/Ill Stay* 4:36

9. The Harvest 3:08

10. First Kiss 2:06

11. Wanted Truth/Victorias Pain/Let Em Know It* 2:56

12. Honorable Man/Whistling* 1:03

13. Las Nubes Return 1:27

14. Angry Alberto/Vineyard Fire/Fire Aftermath 7:56

15. Viral Vine 2:46

16. End Title 3:09

Total Time: 47:02

ALTERNATES AND SOURCE MUSIC

17. Main Title (film version) 2:16

18. Tinfoil Rings (film version)* 1:41

19. Star Wishes (film version) 2:03

20. Butterfly Wings (film version) 3:03

21. First Kiss (alternate opening)* 0:55

22. Spring from The Four Seasons (A. Vivaldi)* 4:17

23. Bettys Slow Fox (source)* 2:25

24. Slow Dance* 3:01

25. Crush the Grapes 2:23

26. Mariachi Serenade 3:01

Total Time: 23:45

Total Album Time: 72:09

DAMN DIRTY APES SPECIAL!!!!!

To celebrate our release of PLANET OF THE APES, were offering the other simian in the La-La Land catalog, DUNSTON CHECKS IN: LIMITED EDITION, for only $2.98! Seriously though, this is a wonderful Miles Goodman score and an absolute steal at $2.98. Sale price good thru 2/27/12. Only at www.lalalandrecords.com

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La-La Land Records is very excited about our next 3 releases. These titles will go ON SALE TUESDAY February 28 at 1 pm PST atwww.lalalandrecords.com and at other fine online soundtrack stores.

First up:

THE MECHANIC

MUSIC BY JERRY FIELDING

LLLCD 1191

LIMITED EDITION OF 1200 UNITS

RETAIL PRICE: $19.98

PRODUCED BY FORD A. THAXTON

MASTERED BY JAMES NELSON AT DIGITAL OUTLAND

LINER NOTES BY RANDALL D. LARSON

ART DIRECTION BY MARK BANNING

La-La Land Records and MGM are very excited to announce the reissue of Jerry Fielding’s classic action score to THE MECHANIC. Previously released by Intrada, this new version features some minor digital enhancements courtesy of James Nelson as well as a slightly different listening order of tracks (in other words, if you have the Intrada release keep it and let those that do not have it pick this version up). New artwork by Mark Banning and liner notes by Randall D. Larson are a highlight!

JENNIFER 8 – 2 CD SET

MUSIC BY CHRISTOPHER YOUNG AND MAURICE JARRE

LLLCD 1198

LIMITED EDITION OF 2000 UNITS

RETAIL PRICE: $24.98

PRODUCED BY DAN GOLDWASSER

MASTERED BY MIKE MATESSINO

LINER NOTES BY JEFF BOND

ART DIRECTION BY DAN 8

We decided to skip parts 1-7 and just release Christopher Young’s breakthrough score to the Paramount Picture thriller JENNIFER 8 instead. ;)

This is the score that really put Mr. Young on the map in terms of big studio pics. However, it almost did not happen. Before Mr. Young was brought on board, Maurice Jarre was hired to score the film. He scored about 75% of the movie before his score was tossed and replaced by Christopher Young’s haunting and thrilling music.

This is a very unique release – Mr. Young wanted to “revisit” his career making score and has culled together a great album of his best music featured in the film. Clocking in around 48 minutes this brooding and elegant score will make the hair on the back of your neck stand up while you sit in awe and listen to how beautiful the melodies play out. If you had the previous MILAN release and loved it, you will be even more impressed by this longer and more complicated version.

Disc 2 features everything Maurice Jarre recorded for the film – about 40 minutes of music, a collection of orchestral and synth music very much in the style of his works for GHOST and WITNESS.

This 2 disc set is a fascinating look inside two very different film scores to the same film. Liner note author Jeff Bond interviews writer/director Bruce Robinson about the two scores and gets insightful comments from composer Christopher Young. Dan Goldwasser’s art direction tops it all off.

Pop Quiz, hotshot – what 1990’s action score launched the career of composer Mark Mancina, is newly remastered and expanded and is La-La Land Records 200th release?

SPEED

LLLCD 1200

MUSIC BY MARK MANCINA

LIMITED EDITION OF 3000 UNITS

RETAIL PRICE: $19.98

PRODUCED BY NICK REDMAN AND MIKE MATESSINO

DIGITALLY EDITED AND MASTERED BY MIKE MATESSINO

LINER NOTES BY JOHN TAKIS

ART DIRECTION BY MARK BANNING

This action blockbuster NOT ONLY launched the careers of stars Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bollock, as well as director Jan De Bont, but it also catapulted composer Mark Mancina into the “A” list category of film composers.

Composer Mancina crafts a brilliant, pulse pounding action score that became the template for all action films since 1994. Previously released on Fox Records, this newly remastered and expanded version features 70 minutes of balls to the wall, speaker bursting, adrenaline-inducing film music that should be outlawed in all moving vehicles. Producers Nick Redman and Mike Matessino ramp up the excitement and put this bad boy into overdrive by putting the score back in film order. John Takis takes the listener behind the scenes of the film and the score while art director Mark Banning makes it all look good.

We always try to add a little something extra for the fans of the film, and in this case we went ahead and licensed the end credit song SPEED by Billy Idol and included it at the end of this release. . .it had to be there. ;)

See y’all next Tuesday, February 28, 2012 at 1 pm pst when these 3 titles go on sale!

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Wow, that's really disappointing. I wish MV would just let us know if Hook's in the works or not. An avalanche of Hook clues right before the 200th release is nothing short of obnoxious, as far as I'm concerned.

PS: what's up with the bolding?

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Well said indy. Well look at that, aren't we all making bold statements today :D

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I dunno about you, but I'm feeling particularly emboldened.

Nothing more from you guys? Must have been bold over by my witty remarks.

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Clearly its a sign, symbolizing our reaction with this disappointing release. Our boldness speaks louder than our words...

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Wow. When Hook is finally going to get released, it's going to be SO anticlimatic. Like "Hey, who gives a shit?"

And no, I'm not feeling bold this morning

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Is this the final predicted La La Land release we were looking out for? If so...wow this sucks....

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Well no matter. Patience is a virtue. Or so they say.

BUT BOY THIS SUCKS! GIVE US THE HOOK YOU BARMY SPECIALTY LABELS! GIVE US THE HOOK!

It looks like today everything is bold indeed. A bold new world.

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Wow, Mikko, it's disturbing to see you lose your nerve like this! :o:D

Don't worry, lads, Hook'll get released eventually and when it does, it'll be limited to 1000 copies which'll sell out in about 16 minutes, after whichever-label-puts-it-out's servers will have crashed about 10 times first! :lol:

And now for something completely different: being a big fan of the series, I very much want a boxset (or three :P) of music from as many MacGyver episodes as possible (kind of like LLL did for e.g. The X-Files). Do you think there's any possibility for that? :blink:

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Nah. I was kidding. I would be happy if label people would if only to allay frustration tell us if Hook is in the works. But knowing us they most likely refrain from doing that since it would cause as much ruckus as not annoucing it and just hinting at it. :P

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Um, what's that bold font thing? My post above wasn't in bold originally. What's all this?! :blink:

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Um, what's that bold font thing? My post above wasn't in bold originally. What's all this?! :blink:

I have no idea. I guess there is something wrong with the thread itself. Every message comes out normal first but when you refresh the thread it turns bolded.

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They release like 50 titels in the next months, i guess HOOK is the one where he said he couldn't keep the release date.

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Oh my - I can't explain the bold thing! I thought maybe somebody had HTML on in their post and left and open B tag but that isn't it

I might have to close this thread and open up a part 3...

EDIT: Looks like its fixed!

EDIT 2: And now its not!

EDIT 3: Closing this thread. Part 2 here.

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Something weird happened on the last page of the first thread so we are starting another one.

To pick up where we left off, MV had just announced their Feb 28th batch, which includes their 200th title...

La-La Land Records is very excited about our next 3 releases. These titles will go ON SALE TUESDAY February 28 at 1 pm PST at http://www.lalalandrecords.com/'>www.lalalandrecords.com and at other fine online soundtrack stores.

First up:


THE MECHANIC
MUSIC BY JERRY FIELDING
LLLCD 1191
LIMITED EDITION OF 1200 UNITS
RETAIL PRICE: $19.98

PRODUCED BY FORD A. THAXTON
MASTERED BY JAMES NELSON AT DIGITAL OUTLAND
LINER NOTES BY RANDALL D. LARSON
ART DIRECTION BY MARK BANNING

La-La Land Records and MGM are very excited to announce the reissue of Jerry Fielding’s classic action score to THE MECHANIC. Previously released by Intrada, this new version features some minor digital enhancements courtesy of James Nelson as well as a slightly different listening order of tracks (in other words, if you have the Intrada release keep it and let those that do not have it pick this version up). New artwork by Mark Banning and liner notes by Randall D. Larson are a highlight!

JENNIFER 8 – 2 CD SET
MUSIC BY CHRISTOPHER YOUNG AND MAURICE JARRE
LLLCD 1198
LIMITED EDITION OF 2000 UNITS
RETAIL PRICE: $24.98

PRODUCED BY DAN GOLDWASSER
MASTERED BY MIKE MATESSINO
LINER NOTES BY JEFF BOND
ART DIRECTION BY DAN 8

We decided to skip parts 1-7 and just release Christopher Young’s breakthrough score to the Paramount Picture thriller JENNIFER 8 instead. ;)

This is the score that really put Mr. Young on the map in terms of big studio pics. However, it almost did not happen. Before Mr. Young was brought on board, Maurice Jarre was hired to score the film. He scored about 75% of the movie before his score was tossed and replaced by Christopher Young’s haunting and thrilling music.

This is a very unique release – Mr. Young wanted to “revisit” his career making score and has culled together a great album of his best music featured in the film. Clocking in around 48 minutes this brooding and elegant score will make the hair on the back of your neck stand up while you sit in awe and listen to how beautiful the melodies play out. If you had the previous MILAN release and loved it, you will be even more impressed by this longer and more complicated version.

Disc 2 features everything Maurice Jarre recorded for the film – about 40 minutes of music, a collection of orchestral and synth music very much in the style of his works for GHOST and WITNESS.

This 2 disc set is a fascinating look inside two very different film scores to the same film. Liner note author Jeff Bond interviews writer/director Bruce Robinson about the two scores and gets insightful comments from composer Christopher Young. Dan Goldwasser’s art direction tops it all off.


Pop Quiz, hotshot – what 1990’s action score launched the career of composer Mark Mancina, is newly remastered and expanded and is La-La Land Records 200th release?

SPEED
LLLCD 1200
MUSIC BY MARK MANCINA
LIMITED EDITION OF 3000 UNITS
RETAIL PRICE: $19.98

PRODUCED BY NICK REDMAN AND MIKE MATESSINO
DIGITALLY EDITED AND MASTERED BY MIKE MATESSINO
LINER NOTES BY JOHN TAKIS
ART DIRECTION BY MARK BANNING

This action blockbuster NOT ONLY launched the careers of stars Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock, as well as director Jan De Bont, but it also catapulted composer Mark Mancina into the “A” list category of film composers.

Composer Mancina crafts a brilliant, pulse pounding action score that became the template for all action films since 1994. Previously released on Fox Records, this newly remastered and expanded version features 70 minutes of balls to the wall, speaker bursting, adrenaline-inducing film music that should be outlawed in all moving vehicles. Producers Nick Redman and Mike Matessino ramp up the excitement and put this bad boy into overdrive by putting the score back in film order. John Takis takes the listener behind the scenes of the film and the score while art director Mark Banning makes it all look good.

We always try to add a little something extra for the fans of the film, and in this case we went ahead and licensed the end credit song SPEED by Billy Idol and included it at the end of this release. . .it had to be there. ;)

See y’all next Tuesday, February 28, 2012 at 1 pm pst when these 3 titles go on sale!

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BIG congrats to Mr. John Takis for getting to do the liner notes for LLL's 200th release!!!1



Cover art is available on this great picture of their first 200 releases (click to embiggen)

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I sort of guessed Hook wasn't among them, due to the lack of a separate celebration thread.

I'll consider Jennifer 8 and Speed.

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