Star Fox 64 Soundtrack

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Tracks

62 minutes total
  1. Opening Theme
  2. Title Theme
  3. Select Theme
  4. Training Mode
  5. Destinations
  6. Demo
  7. Corneria
  8. Meteo
  9. Sector Y/Solar
  10. Star Wolf's Theme
  11. Fortuna/Sector Z
  12. Katina
  13. Boss Battle One
  14. Aquas
  15. Sector X
  16. Warp Zone
  17. Zoness
  18. Boss Battle Two
  19. Titania/Macbeth
  20. Bolse
  21. Area 6
  22. Boss Battle Three
  23. Venom
  24. Andross Battle
  25. Ultimate Andross
  26. Versus Battle One
  27. Versus Battle Two
  28. Mission Accomplished
  29. All Clear!
  30. Credits Theme
  • Released in 1997 by Nintendo (retail $16).

Reviews

A breathtaking CD that - despite low sound quality - transports you into the game.

Recommended

Reader review by Jon Turner

Star Fox 64 Soundtrack features *all* the music from the game. Even Star Fox fans who have Star Fox 64 Original Cuts from Electronics Boutique are forbiden to pass up this CD. It is twice the length of Original Cuts and it features 30 tracks in all - each of which makes you feel like you're in the game.

The music here is absolutely wonderful, even though there are a few minor flaws. While the sound quality is much improved over the SNES version, it isn't what you would call high-quality synthesis. Disappointing about the music, also, is that some of the heroic spirit in the original Star Fox score is missing from Star Fox 64. While some tracks are even more impressive than the first Star Fox score, others just don't seem to match up to the original.

The music is modeled after Independance Day and its heroic feeling, especially on track 12, "Katina", where the fast and furious music resembles the dogfights from ID4. The final track, "Credits Theme", in particular, reminded me of the end title music to ID4 with its heroic feeling.

This CD is an absolute must-have if you're a diehard Star Fox 64 fan. It's available by simply ordering from the Star Fox 64 Merchandise order form that comes with the game. I have heard some harsh reviews about the music due to the fact that it isn't orchestrated, but that's not the same opinion I have. Low-sound-quality music is actually wonderful and transports you back to the game. Those who check Star Fox 64 Soundtrack out might actually agree with me.

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