Zero Dark Thirty FYC, super rare because it wasn't nominated for anything, so it wasn't mass-produced after the nomination for entire guilds like other FYC albums.
Ditto The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo FYC.
Also The Boy in the Striped Pajamas FYC, which always goes for more than I can afford on eBay.
This was my grail for quite a while about ten years ago, till I finally won it on eBay. I'm a Nyman completist If I remember right, I think I spent $112 on it, but it's amazingly rare, or at least it was then.
I have a superb CDr transfer but would love to replace this with a legitimate CD release. The CD was released at a time when money was very short and whilst it's far from being one of his best scores ...
... it is John Barry.
The only film score composer worth spending any decent money on, IMHO.
I too would love to get a complete AI and Boy in the Striped Pajamas. I've never had or bid on a FYC disc. I'm curious about the Conti Blood In/Blood Out - I honestly don't know the score.
I do on rare occasion buy things on ebay or Screenarchives Collectors items - I managed to get an Outlaw Josey Wales and Revolution Francaise at lower prices than today - lucky!!
I started collecting soundtrack LP's in the late 1960's and it just keeps going - haven't yet sold anything on ebay. But - I am happy when things are re-issued for new fans - that is as it should be! We need to grow the Fan Base!! It is not the $$ but the appreciation of the music (well, I hope for most of us....).