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Missed out on Millennium's official soundtracks?

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As you may know, 10 years ago the rather awesome @LaLaLandRecords released limited, stunning releases of Mark Snow's Millennium score. Currently, you can once more order copies of MILLENNIUM: LIMITED EDITION (2CD-SET) direct from LaLaLand's new website, which states a further limited batch of 1000 units are available from June 9th, 2018.

The website also advertises 2000 units of MILLENNIUM VOL 2: LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET). Both releases are priced at a very reasonable $24.98 at the time of writing.

Visit LaLaLand Records' new website at https://lalalandrecords.com/




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Sweet! I was wondering where I might be able to obtain the millennium soundtrack!!

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They're wonderful B B.  Mark Snow is a genius.  :I-love-Lucy-Butler:

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And they have 20% off of your entire order, because they just launched their new website. If you want to own the soundtracks, the time is now! 🙂

And, you could have looked into this thread here. I post some tracks of Mark's music every week, from all of his released scores, with infos, where to get them:

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