No regular commercial release exists. The 1993 release by the Japanese For
Life label was reportedly withdrawn, after which the product sold for as much as $75 on the
secondary market in America. The 2002 Citadel album was limited to a pressing of 1,500 copies,
maintaining roughly a $20 value in the years that followed but eventually escalating to
upwards of $100 by the end of the 2000's. The 2009 BSX Records album (with A Whale for
the Killing) is limited to 1,000 copies and was initially available at soundtrack
specialty outlets for $20. Two years later, it sold new for $15.