T. Newman Fan wrote:
One thing to think about is that the current AFM Canadian union fees are too prohibitive for specialist labels like Intrada to endeavor. This even applies to soundtracks with the greatest sales potential.
It's one of the great frustrations to me that the majority of scores for 1980s cartoons are simply unavailable for release for whatever reason, and this is another example. I would certainly be in for this, and there'd be a lot of music for any potential release (the series ran for quite a while). However, shows like this aren't Intrada's bag. Judging by their catalog, animated TV scores don't come under their remit.