Bootlegs long represented this score as its only form on CD, most of them
derived from the First Born Records bootleg of 1998. Several bootleg variants existed
thereafter, sometimes combined with other Zimmer scores and varying in track titles and
quantities of material.
The 2011 Kritzerland album was limited to 1,200 copies and available for a retail price of
$20 only through soundtrack specialty outlets. That product sold out within weeks and
immediately escalated to $50 in value. The 2017 Notefornote re-issue was limited to
1,000 copies and widely available for $14 to $17 upon debut. It sold 700 copies within the
first year of distribution.