Vladimir Ashkenazy has recorded a goodly number of Scriabin's works. They were originally issued on London CDs.
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So long as you are researching under that spelling you are not too likely to find much. Try 'Alexander Scriabin' and you will find much to choose from.
I have in my collection the complete Etudes by Piers Lane on Hyperion, his 24 Preludes by Pizarro on Collins, his Complete Mazurkas by Pizarro on Collins, and his complete Sonatas by Boris Berman on Music & Arts. I'm sure there are many others and you might prefer them. I haven't heard them all yet, but the performances I listed are all very assessible and well recorded.
I like Scriabin quite a bit, and strongly recommend the following piano CD by pianist Pascal Amoyel: Intergrales des Poems, on Calliope, CAL9353. Calliope is a French label (not surprisingly). Scriabin wrote a number of pieces he called Poems, which are sort of like Chopin's Nocturnes, only with more advanced harmonies, etc., and the tend to be somewhat meditative (though there is plenty of serious piano-playing involved).
If you like this music, you ought to try Poem of Ecstacy for Orchestra as well. Great stuff.
(I don't think your method of spelling "Skrjabin" is "wrong," but that is not how it is commonly spelled in the West.)