OF COURSE, many of these tracks are re-workings of the mainstays from the central trilogy. Though, much akin to Zelda II, they do receive a new tone and flavor. On the whole, I find what is legitimately new to not be as pleasantly listenable out-of-context as what’s found in the Sound Box. Further, Trucy’s theme is better experienced on the Jazz album. Klavier’s theme, however, is an undeniable original-audio standout and, yes, I am going to posit an aural pastiche as a song of note.
Real talk: unless you’re a completist, pass. In-game is where most of these should be experienced.
2½ Fluffy Frontin' Foxes out of 5