(Tracks within an album are listed in track order. Favoritism not to be implied.) A New Hope (Special Edition Soundtrack) The Moisture Farm (for the warm rendition of Luke's theme) Cantina Band (for its novelty) Alternate Binary Sunset (very weird and nightmarish, but very unexpected bonus track) Battle of Yavin The Throne Room Empire Strikes Back (Special Edition Soundtrack) The Imperial Probe/Aboard the Executor (because I had to wait so long for the correct version of the pan-down to appear on a soundtrack!) The Battle of Hoth The Clash of Lightsabers Rescue from Cloud City/Hyperspace The Rebel Fleet/End Title (one of the best expansions of a landmark score ever. It's hard to pick favorites.) Return of the Jedi (Special Edition Soundtrack) The Emperor Arrives/The Death of Yoda/Obi-Wan's Revelation Jabba's Baroque Recital (because I had to wait so long for this to come out on a soundtrack. And we're still missing a part.) Alternate Sail Barge Assault (I wished they'd used this one instead the "real" version - that marked the start of the dreaded "nostalgia-spam OT music until you choke" cancer that afflicts Star Wars scoring to this day.) The Battle of Endor I Victory Celebration The Phantom Menace (Ultimate Edition) Escape from Naboo Talk of Podracing Hail to the Winner, Anakin Skywalker Anakin is Free The Tide Turns/The Death of Darth Maul (the Force Theme and DotF overlaid - the trilogies meet.) Attack of the Clones (OST) Yoda and the Younglings Return to Tatooine The Tusken Camp and The Homestead The Arena (really an ROTS preview but whatever. Pickings are slim in this album) Confrontation with Count Dooku and Finale Revenge of the Sith (OST) Star Wars and The Revenge of the Sith Anakin's Betrayal Anakin vs. Obi-Wan Anakin's Dark Deeds The Immolation Scene (This was a surprisingly tough set to choose from - it's one of JW's best post-OT works.) The Clone Wars (OST - for film only given thread title) Battle of Christophsis Meet Ahsoka Battle Of Teth General Loathsom / Ahsoka Escape From The Monastery (mostly for the first 30 seconds.) (First non-Williams Star Wars track and like its series counterpart, walks its own path without using Williams as a crutch. Very, very refreshing, and fitting given that this is the last soundtrack that Lucas oversaw.) General Note: choices made based on which tracks I find myself replaying often. Notice that many class favorites (cough, "Imperial March") didn't make the cut. Sometimes that's due to personal taste, other times, it's due to being massively overused in the franchise and popular media to the point where if it ever was a favorite of mine, it stopped becoming one.