Actually The Ghost and the Darkness, while a Paramount film, was released on Disney-owned Hollywood Records, hence why there was a suspicion it was the "90s property" -- use of "property" sidestepping the fact that it was not a Disney *film*. However, the back cover of the new release of it appears to have no mention in the copyright section of Hollywood Records or Disney, so it's likely that the rights expired and Intrada only had to deal with Paramount after all (but I suspect the worry about Disney having album rights probably kept LLL from doing this title anyway). This was NOT the case with the other Hollywood Records Goldsmith album that Intrada released (Deep Rising), so who knows? Maybe Hollywood Records didn't get perpetuity rights precisely *because* it wasn't a Disney-owned film. I guess we'll find out when the third and final Hollywood Records Goldsmith album, Powder, comes out.
So I think you're right that this was referring to Judge Dredd after all but I'd still love to hear confirmation from Roger...
Yep. It was Dredd.