Star Trek Merch Update: ‘Discovery’ Chapter 2 Soundtrack, USS Enterprise IncrediBuild And More

Yesterday on April Fool’s Day a number of funny but fake new Star Trek products were “announced,” but there are actually some real Star Trek products to talk about this week as well. We have the highlights below.

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Discovery Season 1 Chapter 2 Soundtrack release is imminent

In December the soundtrack of composer Jeff Russo’s music from the first chapter of Star Trek: Discovery was released, and now Lakeshore Records has set this Friday for the digital release of the second chapter, with 22 tracks of music from episodes 10-12. A CD will be out on May 24 and can be pre-ordered on Amazon.

Tracks from Discovery Season 1, Chapter 2 soundtrack.

1. Burnham Take Over (1:31)
2. I Can’t Rest Here (1:22)
3. Dishonor Yourselves (2:20)
4. Tell Me the Truth (6:29)
5. The Rebels Haven’t Completed Their Evacuation (1:50)
6. I’ll Take It from Here (2:09)
7. Kasseelian Opera (2:31)
8. The Lorca I Knew (2:38)
9. 212 Days of Torture (1:27)
10. Biotoxins (1:58)
11. Come in Discovery (2:30)
12. Safe to Drop out of Warp (4:26)
13. Lorca is Finished (2:26)
14. Coming Home (1:21)
15. Initiating (3:02)
16. Qo’nos Bar Source (2:54)
17. Not a Lot of Humans Here (1:57)
18. I’m No Good (2:36)
19. War is Over (4:48)
20. I’ve Never Been to Vulcan (0:55)
21. Incoming Transmission (1:12)
22. Theme from Star Trek (Discovery End Credits Version) (1:02)

In our WonderCon interview with Jeff Russo, he also discussed a vinyl release with select tracks from the entire first season which he estimated will arrive in June. Lakeshore Records has also teased that details on that vinyl release will be coming soon.

USS Enterprise IncrediBuild coming in June

Star Trek is getting the “IncrediBuild” treatment. The Star Trek: U.S.S. Enterprise Book and 3D Wood Model, a project first announced here on TrekMovie last summer, has now been revealed.

Completed IncrediBuild USS Enterprise model (Insight/StarTrek.com)

Like with their Star Wars and other model books, Insight’s Star Trek IncrediBuild combines a full-color book chronicling the history of the original USS Enterprise, written by veteran Trek author Dayton Ward, along with laser-etched components for a wood model of the ship.

Components for IncrediBuild USS Enterprise model (Insight/StarTrek.com)

 The USS Enterprise IncrediBuilds book and model will be released on June 12, with a retail price of $16.99. It can be pre-ordered now on Amazon.

Autobiography of Mr. Spock coming in October

Titan books is set to release the third in their series of Star Trek “autobiographies.” First revealed here at TrekMovie last year, David A. Goodman’s Autobiography of Mr. Spock is now available for pre-order. The book will be available on October 16 in hardcover for $24.00 and also on eBook for $12.97.

Here is the official synopsis and cover:

The Autobiography of Mr. Spock tells the story of one of Starfleet’s finest officers, and one of the Federation’s most celebrated citizens. Half human and half Vulcan, the book, written in Spock’s own words, follows his difficult childhood on the planet Vulcan; his enrollment at Starfleet Academy; his adventures with Captain Kirk and the crew of the Starship Enterprise; his diplomatic triumphs with the Klingons and Romulans; and his death and amazing resurrection on the Genesis Planet. We meet the friends he’s made, the women he’s loved, and experience the triumphs and tragedies of a life and career that spanned a century. His struggle to find his place in the universe is one we can all relate to.

About the Author: David A. Goodman was born in New Rochelle, New York. After graduating from the University of Chicago, he moved to Los Angeles in 1988 to write on the television sitcom The Golden Girls. Since then Goodman has written for over 15 television series, including Wings, Dream On, Star Trek: Enterprise, and Futurama (for which he wrote the Nebula Award-nominated Star Trek homage “Where No Fan Has Gone Before”). But he is probably best known for his work on Family Guy, for which he served as head writer and executive producer for six years and over 100 episodes. He is the author of Star Trek Federation: The First 150 Years. He lives in Pacific Palisades, California, with his family.

Cover for Titan’s Autobiography or Mr. Spock, by David A. Goodman

New Releases

 

New novel: Star Trek: Voyager: Architects of Infinity ($7.99), by Kirsten Beyer. Available in paperback, eBook, and audiobook.

New non-fiction: Autographs of the Final Frontier: Rare Signatures, Warm Sentiments and Handwritten Filming Memories from the Cast, Crew and Guest Stars of TOS  (Paperback: $54.55), by Gerald Gurian.

New collectibles: Perth Mint Star Trek: Discovery 2018 1oz Silver Proof Two-Coin Set (US $160.53)

New Beer: Schmaltz Star Trek Mirror Universe Terrans Unite! India Pale Lager.

Re-issue replica: Roddenberry Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 1 ‘Dustbuster’ Phaser Prop Kit ($399.00).

That’s it for this week’s update, keep up with all the Star Trek merchandise news and reviews at TrekMovie.com.

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Killamarshtrek

Wonder if the Spock autobiography will include his relationship with his adopted human sister?

PEB

I have a feeling this book won’t for some reason but I have to wonder, was his relationship with Saavik ever fully explained? I thought it was said that he may have been his daughter by the Romulan Commander and then somewhere else it was hinted that she wasn’t his daughter but that she became pregnant after the events of Trek 3 with his child and that’s why she stayed on Vulcan at the beginning of Trek 4. And then in Trek 6, Spock basically treats Valeris as his protege so there must be history worth writing about there. I may be more curious about this book than I was about the others…

PEB

That damned dustbuster

Through the Looking Glass...

Still no word on a Discovery season 1 DVD/Blu-Ray set or iTunes release, eh? Wonder if it’ll EVER happen…

ATOZ the Librarian

Not till CBC Access milks all the money they can from Season One

thebiggfrogg

Don’t blame this fiasco on the Canadians!

Starlordtheoutlaw

Netflix’s own shows always take a long time to hit Blu-ray too, imagine Discovery will be the same way (it’s in their best interest to do this, unfortunately).

I wouldn’t expect a physical disc release until right before Season 2. That seems to be the new marketing idea. They release the previous season for collectors right before the next season since interest in a property is high right before a new season.

Sounds about right. That way, CBS All Access always has “exclusive” episodes on their service, while also making money on the back-end (DVD/Bluray sales). I’m sure it will include a teaser trailer for “Season 2: Only on CBS All Acce$$”

Through the Looking Glass...

Just checked iTunes. Season 1 Part 2 Soundtrack is also in digital format available for pre-order on iTunes but with a release date of APRIL 6.

Steve

USS Enterprise IncrediBuild. Why?

dan

The USS Enterprise IncrediBuild released without an update to give the Enterprise a “proper” look?
There you go, it is possible.