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- The famous song that made it into practically every F-Zero game (excluding Maximum Velocity), Mute City.
- The second famous song that made it into every game, Big Blue.
- The Title Theme, short but it gets you pumped to race.
- Results, a rather calm tune once you beat a race (or rank out/explode).
- Silence has a nice peaceful start before it picks up.
- You might have trouble choosing from all 30 of the possible racers for your next Grand Prix but this theme helps with that.
- Option. A nice, relaxed song, particularly with the background choir.
- Grand Prix Ending. Even if you don't make the top 3 at the end, you're still treated to your car driving on the road and the game encourages you to try again, with a song like that, it's hard not to.
- Endless Challenge, Mute City with an electric guitar.
- Decide in the Eyes, Big Blue, also with an electric guitar.
- Dream Chaser. It also has an 8-bit rendition made for the Mega Man 4 ROM hack Rockman 4 Minus Infinity.
- The Long Distance of Murder.
- Rainbow Road, F-Zero X-style. Hear it to believe it.
- Climb Up! And Get the Last Chance.
- The other four songs exclusive to the F-Zero X Expansion Kit are also just as intense as the main game's soundtrack, which is really saying something.
F-Zero: Maximum Velocity
- Cloud Carpet features some of best guitars on the Game Boy Advance with its Theme.
- Bianca City makes up for the lack of a Mute City.
- Tenth Zone East is easily one of the best songs in the game.
- Silence. Interestingly, the track is actually unused due to the fact the only Silence track is available on Single-Pak Play and there's no music. Quite a shame.
- Fire Field. Like every other Fire Field, this features heavy guitars. Funny enough, that means Fire Field has been in every game to date.
- The Title Theme. Like the theme in the SNES game, this one also gets you pumped up.
- Credits is a rather sudden shift from the rocking Cup Results theme but it's techno beat is rather soothing.
- Results, which emulates the original game's results theme.
- For the Glory (Mute City). Don't like the techno sound of it? The game allows you to change it to this instead.
- James McCloud's theme sounds like something out of Top Gun.
HE IS THE HERO! LEADER OF THE TEAM! DARK GREEN AND SILVER! IT'S THE SUBTLETY!
- The indescribably awesome trance remix of "Big Blue".
- Blood Falcon's Theme "Fly... Over us..."
- The first question fans will ask is why wasn't Captain Falcon's GX theme included in Brawl. We honestly don't know why they skipped out on it either.
- Dr. Stewart's theme song from GX. Pure trance gold.
- Leon's theme is as hard rock as you can get. Keep rockin', baby!
- Super Arrow's GX theme. It'll make you wanna save the world!
- TOO FAST! YOU LOSE, I WIN! Dai Goroh's theme fits the fact he wants to take after his father.
- Lily's theme. A rather dark, militaristic theme which fits her Child Soldier character.
- Phoenix's theme song is one of the best in the game.
- Feel Our Pain (Fire Field), with an absolutely epic guitar providing the backdrop to racing at 2200 km/h through a volcano.
- ZEN (Aeropolis), the bells in the beginning easily catch your attention and it gets better.
- Infinite Blue (Big Blue). Like Mute City, there's also the Cover of Big Blue in-case you don't like the usual song.
- DIZZY (Phantom Road). A really dark techno theme that represents what would be a twisted version of Rainbow Road.
- One Ahead System (Cosmo Terminal), there's only one example of Cosmo Terminal in the game just like Phantom Road, possibly due to the fact they're Nintendo Hard.
- The three songs that made it into Super Smash Bros. Brawl and For Wii U: Brain Cleaner (Replay), Shotgun Kiss (Casino Palace) and Planet Colors (Green Plant).
- The Story Mode ending theme. It has cheesy lyrics, but it nevertheless gives a rewarding feeling, especially after completing all chapters on very hard.
- The Grand Prix Master Class ending theme, Respect to "Result Theme of F-Zero" also gives a rather rewarding feeling.
F-Zero: GP Legend/Climax
Misc. (Smash, Remixes)
- All of the Mute City renditions in Super Smash Bros. qualify. Version 1 (Melee), Version 2 (Brawl) and Version 3 (For 3DS/Wii U).
- Fire Field from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Slightly slower, way more awesome.
- The Nintendo Land Version of Big Blue manages to keep the rocking spirit of original while also adding a little techno synth to it.
- F-Zero X: Guitar Arrange Edition. Need we say more?
- Smooth Mc Groove and his acapella of Mute City.
- Tony Thai, not only are his renditions of F-Zero songs in X's soundfont amazing (he even did Illusion from F-Zero: GP Legend and Tenth Zone East from Maximum Velocity) but he he can also recreate some courses from X in the SNES game and their music.
- The Meaning of Truth that plays at the climax of the anime.