Warner Archive May Be Branching Out To Manuactured-On-Demand Soundtracks

The Warner Archive Collection, which eschewed mass-producing DVDs to distribute through retailers and instead manufactured each disc as they were ordered directly by a consumer, may be branching out to music.

Why not? The business model has been so successful since its launch in 2009 that now nearly all the major studios are doing it. So, film score fanatics, it looks like there’s something brewing over there for you guys…


What soundtrack are you hoping to see on the (probably in the works) list?

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