The summer blockbuster of 1984 is back! In celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the landmark film, SPACELAB9, in conjunction with Columbia Pictures, is excited to announce the coming release of The Karate Kid: 40th Anniversary Motion Picture Score album by composer Bill Conti (Rocky, The Right Stuff, The Thomas Crown Affair).

Marking it’s first time ever on vinyl and cassette, the deluxe double LP and cassette packages feature stunning original cover artwork created exclusively for this release by renowned artist Astor Alexander plus stills from the original film and a brief note from Bill Conti.

The Karate Kid: 40th Anniversary Original Motion Picture Score features the complete original 20 track score album by legendary composer Bill Conti (Rocky, The Right Stuff, The Thomas Crown Affair) plus 7 bonus tracks.

Multiple colored vinyl variants as well as a very limited cassette tape edition will be available for presale at SPACELAB9.COM beginning Thursday, June 27th. 

About The Karate Kid (1984)
The Karate Kid was theatrically released in the United States on June 22, 1984, receiving positive reviews from critics, many of whom praised the action sequences, writing, themes, performances, and music. The film was also a commercial success, ending the year as one of the highest-grossing films of 1984. The Karate Kid is returning to 4K Ultra HD as a 40th anniversary edition on June 18th.