I guess I will be the first to post DKR music! These are some of my favourites...
FUN FACTS (about my experience with the game)
1. I would never want to play as anyone other than Pipsy because everyone elses handling was terrible (the karts would fish tale out a bit when you turned which I hated, Pipsy was one of the only Karts to do that the least)
2. The hardest boss for me was the Octopus in the Water World on the second time you try to beat him, I think I must of attempted to beat him about 64 times in one sitting to no avail, then I would scream and cry (true story)
3. As you will find out later, there is a certain world in the game that I never knew existed until about 5 years after I got the game! That was a very emotional day
Now.. onto the music!
Title Theme - Yes the title theme was one of the greatest game tracks I'd heard! Composed by the man himself David Wise!
Walrus Cove - Always loved this one, made me so energised and pumped when I played the track, especially going round that loop on the final lap!
Pirate Lagoon/Treasure Caves - This is probably my favourite racing music track in the entire game, I don't know why... maybe just cos it is so upbeat and fast and makes you want to cheer for the racers IDK haha
Crescent Island/Credit Music - Definitely a close second in terms of favourites! The race track itself was one of my all time favourites...
Enter the Boss Door! - When you finally finished those 4 world tracks for the second time after collecting all those damn silver coins! You see your character slowly drive his way up to the boss door with this music playing as the door opens for you... there is a great sense of accomplishment in this scene!
Star City - Believe it or not it wasnt until about 5 years after I first got DKR that I found out there was a final Space World!!! (That was a very emotional day when you find out there was more to the game then you first realised!) So this track became my fovorite of the space world
Celebration - ...and when you finally finish that last boss battle against Wizpig, you are greeted with a (very emotional) party with all your friends that have come to celebrate the demise of Wizpig and the great success of Diddy Kong Racing as a game (in my eyes anyway)