If you're still reeling from Battlestar Galactica's exit from the small screen, you can soon get your hands on a little audible pick-me-up.
NBC Universal and La-La Land Records will release Battlestar Galactica: The Plan/Razor, the soundtrack to the two TV movies of the re-imagined series, on Feb. 23.
The disc will feature music by series composer Bear McCreary, who currently scores Human Target, Trauma, Eureka and Caprica, the prequel to BSG.
"After finishing my four season journey scoring Battlestar Galactica and releasing four remarkable albums with La-La Land Records, I am thrilled to be able to return to this musical universe," McCreary said. "These two scores make any fan's album collection complete."
McCreary said he decided to create the new album because there was no room for the scores from Razor and The Plan on the Season 4 soundtrack.
Razor premiered in November 2007 and told the story of the Battlestar Pegasus during and after the Cylon attack on the Twelve Colonies. The Plan, directed by series star Edward James Olmos, debuted last month and reexamined the BSG saga from the perspective of the Cylons.
Will you pick up the soundtrack?