With the recent rerelease of the Wing Commander expansion packs on GOG, there's been a lot of people playing the early Wing Commander games. For those who've been hooked on those classic tunes, original composer Fat Man has made the soundtrack available to purchase and download here. Twenty-seven tracks are available for $9.98 in the "Wing One: Music from Wing Commander" album. The Vibedeck site lets you preview each track, and I dare you to listen to just one! If you're a fan of Fat, you can also pick up his highly rated ebook Tasty Morsels of Sonic Goodness: The Fat Man on Game Audio.
The Fat Man, George Alistair Sanger, has been creating music and other audio for games since 1983. He is internationally recognized for having contributed to the atmosphere of over 130 games, including such sound-barrier-breaking greats as Loom, Wing Commander I and II, The 7th Guest I and II, NASCAR Racing, Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo, and ATF. He wrote the first General MIDI soundtrack for a game, the first direct-to-MIDI live recording of musicians, the first redbook soundtrack included with the game as a separate disk, the first score for a game that was considered a "work of art," and the first soundtrack that was considered a selling point for the game.