The official album only contains key moments from the film's score and is out of print. The expanded edition was officially released by Concord Music Group in a box set with the soundtracks of the other Indiana Jones films on November 11, 2008. Williams' arrangement of the Königgrätzer Marsch, the German military march that is played during the Berlin book burning scene, does not appear on the soundtrack.
Tracks do not appear in the order that they occur in the film, but instead in a succession chosen by Williams for listening purposes. Listeners interested in hearing the selections in score order may program the album thus: 1, 2, 4, 5, 3, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, 7, 13.
"Keeping up With The Joneses" was dialed out in the film and replaced by an alternate cue, although segments derived from this track do appear in the film. This first plays after the book-burning scene, while Henry Jones reads a newspaper at the airport that conceals his face. The music that is playing at the time is the "Keeping up With The Joneses" theme, which is played rather softly on the woodwinds. The second segment plays during the beach scene, as the Joneses run down the beach.