Well damn. I don't have anything planned to counter this one... YET. Good going PB.
Oh, I know what I'm talking about! Let's continue, shall we.
Now, one thing I love about this entire soundtrack, much like a REALLY well done Bond soundtrack, is how just about every track is unique yet still connects with the overall main theme of the game. This is the Main Theme, played at the end of the game!
Here we have the Asteroid, Venom Orbital. If you've ever seen vids of someone playing Star Fox SNES, or played it yourself as you ALL should have, this track is absolutely perfect for both the Asteroid Field & the Venom Orbital approach. It keeps the main Star Fox theme, and adds an opening and intensely suspenseful track all on it's own.
Here we have another great example of the track fitting it's level perfectly. Again, it keeps the Main Theme in the game slightly, but completely adds to the atmosphere of flying through the core of a planet, where Andross might set up a base. That FIEND!
Now here, we have a lush green world with randomly growing vegetation, as well as an oceanic part to go with it. Fortuna takes you across a few different types of atmosphere, which this track completely compliments, along with adding in the Main Theme in an eerie and downright sexy way!
Another track to fit it's level perfectly, as it gives up an Arctic type feel to it with it's chip-tuneness, it's awesome background guitar at types, and it's frosty use of the Main Theme.
Time to skim along the surface of a Meteor to this track. Once again, fantastic use of the Main Theme, as well as a great track to signify still being in Space. One of my personal favorites.
An Epic Track for Sector's X & Z, still using the Main Theme uniquely and quite frankly, kick-assily as well!
All you Melee fans should definitely recognize the opening of this track, as it was used on Corneria in that game. Short, Simple, but still awesome use of the Main Theme at the end.
Another Venom track here, which doesn't quite have all of the Main Theme in it, but makes itself different and yet similar to the sound of Venom. Again, another fantastic track here.
So as I mentioned, like a really good Bond soundtrack, the SNES Star Fox soundtrack manages to so awesomely incorporate it's Main Theme into just about every one of their songs. This is yet another reason I think, as a soundtrack, it's overall better. Now, I leave you with the TWO Course Clear Themes, to signal my Victory!