Upon learning of the imminent closure of the CTS Studios at Wembley in 2000, Maurice Jarre urged producer James Fitzpatrick to "rescue" whatever he could. As detailed in his producer notes for the fairly recent Quartet edition of A PASSAGE TO INDIA, Fitzpatrick did indeed render a valuable service to film music and "saved" the multi-track session tapes for MAD MAX BEYOND THUNDERDOME, A PASSAGE TO INDIA and THE BRIDE. So far we've already had "expanded" editions of the first two titles. Can we be optimistic about the third? It's over a decade since the Varese Club release of the LP program. I'm sure I speak for many who are waiting for THE BRIDE to be "resurrected". (If Varese have an ongoing option then there's nothing more to be said...)
I was looking at Varese perpetuity titles recently and James Fitzpatrick confirmed The Bride is one of these. Given the infrequent Club batches, and the other glaring titles still unreleased after many years (Brainstorm, I'm looking at you), I wouldn't hold your breath.