For the sake of comparison, I revisited Full Metal Jacket to see if that film's soldiers practiced the same firearms safety. In a word-- Nope.
I can still be entertained by a film without believing everything it has to say (or doesn't say).
Capitalism. It ain't perfect, but it's the best there is. Dan Gilroy's Hollywood success is proof of that.
Late Nineties Crap Noir. Very anti-audience. Oliver Stone riffs on John Dahl, a la psilocybin mushrooms.
Honestly, I'm not sure what the hold-up could be on the release of this score, seeing as how so many other early Eighties James Horner scores have made their way to CD, including Horner's magnificent score for Wolfen, which borrowed a few cues from his score for this movie. https://youtu.be/ccQGpFsnDfo
Scarface, The Godfather, The Long Good Friday, King Of New York, etc... To consider these sorts of gangster movies as metaphors for capitalism, one would have to be as ill-informed or as delusional as the gangster characters headlining each film.