Um, maybe the SAME way it was done on the DVD release? The DVD *gives* you the original score with the extended cut as an option. Why this somehow becomes an impossiblity on Blu-Ray is the height of absurdity. As for the original score by Daniele Amfitheatrof, it is not a joke. It has an inappropriate title song that was commissioned that doesn't fit the images of destruction over the credits but the main score is fine as is the theme and it is not the reason why the film ultimately fails. That fault likes squarely with the overly sainted Sam Peckinpah, who screwed up the film by not writing a script that had a proper ending, and which also took many bizarre detours into pointless subplots (Senta Berger and everything involving the French), which he then compounded by wasting time endlessly during the location shoots. Then, there is also the fact that I am absolutely opposed to the idea of music replacement in any kind of film or TV program with music composed decades after the fact. This was a horrible policy on the "Fugitive" TV series that CBS/Paramount had to fix, and its even more wrong with this movie IMO (as for what Peckinpha thought, he's a fine one to complain since he wasn't the producer and since he made more mistakes on the film than could ever be placed on the shoulders of Daniele Amfitheatrof). This still leaves us with the fact that the long cut and the proper score have already existed on home video in the past. Asking for that to be duplicated on Blu-Ray was not asking too much. I will not let TT force me to watch the long cut with the score that I hate.