The 1987 album was a regular U.S. release, though printed in low quantities. The
SCSE releases were desirable collectibles from 1992-1998. Only 2,000 copies were printed of
the SCSE CD-4, with an estimated value in 1997 of $200 or more. The SCSE CD-4-G (gold) was
limited to 750 copies, but was only worth about $125. Their values were diminished upon
Super Tracks' limited 2-CD release, on sale for $40 in early 1998.
All the older releases remained in demand on the secondary market; the SCSE CDs still sold for as much as
$75 in 1999. After all of them had long disappeared from the market, the 2010 La-La Land album
was limited to 3,000 copies and sold at soundtrack specialty outlets for a retail price of $25.
After selling out, that La-La Land album was re-issued with another 2,000 copies at the same
initial price point in 2015.