The thing is the FSM listing shows it in green, which usually denotes a title is still available for sale. Maybe someone needs to update the FSM site color codes to reflect what can and can't be grabbed.
SAE lists 185 titles available from FSM. Which 65 are gone? It seems there are 17 blue used and 38 red OPs. That accounts for 55 titles. If one of the 10 is TBAR/TT, then there are 9 other titles OP which are not currently listed as such on the site.
As far as I can make out these titles are not listed at SAE but are on this site.
Demetrius And The Gladiators Elmer Bernstein Film Music Collection From the Terrace Gerald Fried . . . The Last Run . . . The Liquidator Lord Jim Lust For Life Man From Uncle Vol 3 Moonfleet Raintree County Tom And Jerry Vol 1 Wait Until Dark (hurray for me!) The Wrath Of God
This is just a quickly compiled list which I've had to infer as being OP.
When I click on the "Film Score Monthly" tab under the "Browse" oval on the main Screen Archives page, and then select "View All" under the "Titles per page:" drop-down menu on the subsequent page, I see all of the ones I listed above as part of the list here: http://www1.screenarchives.com/full_list.cfm?category=317
Strange. I selected 'Company Labels' under 'Browse' then selected 'Film Score Monthly' from the list. From that point I sorted alphabetically and that's the list the site drew up. I wonder how and why the blind spots occur?
I'm listing 25 titles per page and The Wrath Of God, for instance, does not show up on the last page, that being page 8.
Edit: Whoops, ditto Just as well we cross referenced because when titles start disappearing en masse, there has to be consistency whichever way one checks the site.
Along with Space Hunter this is my favourite Bernstein score. Just a fantastic theme. Always loved the tutti transition in defences! A Great War movie too. It was so good to see FSM manage to release the score all those years ago but it was such a shame no stereo elements were found. An accurate re-recording would be very welcome. Fantastic achievement for this synth version. Wow!