Great release this one and a shame it couldn't have hung around longer - but I guess if noone was buying it then Intrada can only decide that there is no more interest in it. Two great, but quite different scores and is a good example of how different composers approach films differently. Not often you get to compare that in one release.
I'm just bummed that they didn't give ample warning time that it was selling out. I didn't even know they put it up on the home page, but someone over at JWFan said they did, and then it was gone a day later.
I rely on these to pick up scores I can't immediately grab. The great part about it is that it lets me prioritize my spending. I really wanted to get this one.
Sold out way too fast...they could have said that quantities were low on it.
I think that's exactly what they did. They make an announcement a title's going out of print, and only the limited selection that's already been printed is available. Sometimes the remaining copies sell out in hours, and sometimes they don't even sell all the copies before it becomes OOP.
It has been available for a good 9 months. Their "new" policy only means that you don't have to buy within hours/days of a title becoming available. It doesn't mean you can guarantee that it will still be around months/years after release.
I think there was another title which seemed to go OOP rather quickly and people here were querying why Intrada never said anything. In a thread over on the Intrada forums it turned out that they did post a "going out of print" notice and within hours all remaining copies had gone.
With Intrada - if it's a title you would like maybe you should treat it as if it might only be available for a month or two and plan your purchases around that instead of leaving it too long and risk missing out. I know that with all the other limited titles coming out recently for other labels there are some Intrada titles I haven't yet picked up as I know I have a bit of time. However they will be purchased sooner rather than later.