"I don't know if you are being sarcastic or not, but I'm serious, if somebody does the absolutely miserable work of seducing a new company into licensing a film score at "archival" rates, I'll happily put the album out... All you have to do is find out someone in business affairs who can acknowledge that they are the right company, and then will agree to license the soundtrack album master for only a few thousand pounds. The hard part is getting a sympathetic person at that company to want to do this."
I'm really just looking for advice or a crash course in what to do with this situation. I just need to know the lingo and ettiqute to sound professional. Can anyone here help me out?