Wouldn't be the same without its current soundtrack.
Could not agree more. Hearing replacement music (or worse - nothing at all) instead of Roy Orbison's "In Dreams" or Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds' "Up Jumped The Devil" would just be a hollow experience.
I think video games are quite possibly the most interesting form of modern art, due to their unique aspect of user interaction. So it's sad to see how they're being treated as disposable commercial products, and no one, including their developers or rights holders, seems to feel responsible about their preservation. I know so called "abandon-ware" sites are a legal grey zone, or plain illegal, but at least they're doing their part to make sure that people can still enjoy older games, especially in cases where the current rights holders can't be bothered to sell the game anywhere. It's frustrating to think that games such as this one could permanently disappear from official distribution platforms, just due to some expired contracts, even if the software still works perfectly well on new computers.