The full download album was initially a regular commercial release, but it was removed
from availability by Paramount when the number of downloads hit 15,000. The studio had not licensed
the music for more than that distribution and would have been forced to pay much higher re-use fees
to the musicians' union had it continued to sell units. This situation also happened with
Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Also pulled from stores was the "Extended Play" album
featuring four demo-suites of the score's themes.
The La-La Land Records CD album was released months after the download product and is limited to 3,000
copies. It is available primarily through soundtrack specialty outlets for an initial price of $20.