The bootlegs of both Horner and Delerue's scores were widely circulated
on the secondary market throughout the 2000's. Delerue's original recording was the last to
be released in full, though suites of that material existed for years on foreign compilations.
The 2011 Universal Music album from France, titled "Partitions Inedites/Unused Scores," is
the first limited entry in the label's "Ecoutez le Cinema!" series, though its 3,000 copies
were retailed internationally for an initial price of only $15. More commonly representing
Delerue's score is his own arrangement of material he conducted as part of the "London
Sessions" late in his life.
As for the full Intrada releases of both scores, the 2009 album of Horner's score, retailing
for $20, was limited to 3,000 copies and sold out after a few years. The 2015 Delerue album was
limited to an unknown quantity and also retailed initially for $20. Both albums were offered
primarily through soundtrack specialty outlets.