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Remember, this is not an arrangement by calendar year, so don't use these indeces as a basis to judge awards eligibility. Some feature films released in a December are accompanied within a few weeks by a score album released in January, and thus the listing here is categorized in the year following the theatrical classification (the sum of these is relatively small and they can be determined easily by viewing the "Year" category in the "Regular Releases" section). Each year's listings are divided into "Regular Releases" (standard commercial albums released to coincide with the score's debut on screen), "Special Releases" (re-issues, delayed, limited, promotional, non-American, or bootleg albums, among others), and "Compilations" (which are self-explanatory).

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