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Will Disney ever release complete soundtracks for the 9 “Episode number” movies?

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When the Special Editions of the Original Trilogy were released, complete (aside from Lapti Nek and Yub Nub) soundtracks were also released. Furthermore, an “Ultimate Eidtion” soundtrack was released for TPM. However, complete soundtracks were never released for AOTC or ROTS.

Disney has released complete soundtracks for Rogue One and Solo, but not for the Sequel Trilogy. Since Disney has gained the rights for the soundtracks for I-VI, they haven’t published the complete soundtracks for the OT that had been published since 1997 nor the “Ultimate Edition” TPM soundtrack that had been published since 2000.

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I’m not a big fan of the music outside the OT, and had mistakenly assumed they already had released them for the other films. It seems weird that haven’t yet, with the resurgence in popularity of the Prequels for AOTC and ROTS in recent years. And with vinyl being profitable and popular again too.

How is the music in the Sequels generally received among the fans? I imagine it is popular with it being by John Williams.

I would have thought “Trilogy sets” or even “Saga sets” would have sold well. And been profitable as digital downloads, CDs, or vinyl for collectors.

Maybe the 50th Anniversary will see them all released?

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