The 1990 Varèse album was a regular U.S. release, but
it fell out of print and fetched $60 or more in the 2000's. The 2011 Intrada
album was initially limited to 3,000 copies at $20 each, but upon selling out in
a single day, the label announced a major shift in its policy regarding limited
quantities of its products, essentially abolishing hard limits beneath the
10,000-unit maximum required by licensing agreements. A second pressing of
unknown quantity of this score followed several weeks later. It went
completely out of print in early 2013.