Last Revised: 2007.08.08
Science fiction theme songs. Note that none of these renditions come from their respective original motion picture soundtracks, so you can probably spot differences if you listen carefully. For example, the Imperial March has more prominent percussion than the original soundtrack version, which I like because it accentuates the military nature of the piece. Note that all files are in MP3 format. Where bitrates are not specified, the files were encoded using the LAME encoder on Linux, with VBR (variable bitrate) encoding at default quality for smaller files and quality=5 for larger files.
2001 Theme (1.7MB, click here)
Battlestar Galactica (3.5MB, click here)
Mars, Bringer of War (5.6MB, click here. This was composed by Gustav Holst as part of his "Planets" suite rather than part of a movie soundtrack. It is interesting from a sci-fi perspective because it was composed during the era of silent films and you can still hear its influence in sci-fi soundtracks to this day).
Star Trek TNG (3.1MB, click here)
Star Trek TOS (5.4 MB, click here)
Star Wars Main Theme (1.6 MB, click here)
Star Wars Imperial March (3.4 MB, click here)
Star Wars Imperial March by Metallica (0.4 MB 112 kbps, click here)
Star Wars Imperial March by SKWEEG (3.6 MB 160 kbps, click here). This was actually sent to me by Steve Page, who plays guitars and keys in the band. They're on the IUMA website, and they also have a website at www.SKWEEG.com (although I think you need the Macromedia Flash plug-in to view it), as well as some more stuff at www.mp3.com/SKWEEG.
StarDestroyer.Net wallpaper (OK OK, I'm an amateur. These wallpaper files may not be professional quality, but they were a lot of fun to make)
The "official" StarDestroyer.Net wallpaper (1280x1024, click here)
Single Star Destroyer in deep space (click here)
Multiple Star Destroyers in deep space (click here)
Multiple Star Destroyers over San Francisco (click here)
Miscellaneous Star Wars art
A Star Destroyer hovering over modern-day Washington DC. Very cool picture, by a photographer named Robert E Hughes (click here)
Executor-class Star Destroyer approaching Earth, contributed by Johann Crombach (click here)
Crimson Blade and Imperial fleet advancing, contributed by Johann Crombach (click here)
Crimson Blade doing battle with Federation ships, contributed by Johann Crombach (click here)
Captain Picard in an Imperial uniform (hand-drawn), contributed by Björn Paulsen (click here)
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