I hope eventually we get a release of some of Paul Baillargeon's stuff from DS9/VGR/ENT. He did some interesting work, and I think he's the only regular composer from the later Trek series who hasn't had a soundtrack release yet.
Interesting is an apt euphemism to describe Baillargeon's work. I have to admit that I strongly dislike his scores - it's like he goes out of his way to have the music be tuneless and jarring. My wife, who is a decent musician, describes his work as "throwing random notes at sheets of music".
Every once in a while, his music thankfully introduced motifs (the final seconds of DS9's The Muse
, The Siege of AR-558
, VOY's Blink of an Eye
), but most of the time he falls back on just being random. His final work on Enterprise (Demons
) was every bit as odd as his debut episode Shakaar
Now, if we could get some David Bell on CD... (Apart from Bride of Chaotica!
, which was released on some best-of CD more than a decade ago. Owing to the nature of the episode, this was more like a collection of source music than an actual soundtrack.)