There are no existing tgs staffers working on new theme songs.   If you would like to submit one, please email email@example.com.   Please don't include the song as an attachement.
All of these are in mp3 format, and a description is listed with each one.
1:16 worth of music.   This music is set to the The Goliath Chronicles Theme.
0:53 worth of music with words.   The music comes from Dragonheart soundtrack.
0:54 worth of music without words.   The music comes from Dragonheart soundtrack.
1:20 worth of music without words.   The music comes from Dragonheart soundtrack.
1:01 worth of music with words.   This is set to Gargoyles theme.
1:09 worth of music with words.   The music comes from The Power of One soundtrack.
1:09 worth of music without words.   The music comes from The Power of One soundtrack.
1:37 worth of music without words.   The music comes from The Mortal Kombat Annihilation soundtrack.
First, Seth Jackson for putting this together and the many people who helped him with these themes (even if some of them don't know it):
Stephanie "RaptorWoman" Lostimolo who contributed her
to the TGS theme. Check out RW's Homepage: The Nethersphere
Mike "Nazcka" Byrnes who also contributed his voice talents to the TGS theme as well as helped Seth Jackson edit the 300+ megs of raw wav files that Seth Jack used to create these theme in sound forge
Randy Edelman who we wouldn't have had a theme for Pendragon if he hadn't composed and conducted the Soundtrack to "Dragonheart." Buy a copy of this truly awesome soundtrack!
Hans Zimmer who without his wonderful music Seth Jack wouldn't have been able to create the Time Dancer them Go purchase "The Power of One" and "The Lion King" original motion picture soundtracks
Nintendo for Seth Jackosn's use of quotes from StarFox 64. If you haven't gotten a copy of this yet, buy one and get ready to rumble!
HBO Animation's "Todd McFarlane's Spawn" for new Keith
material to work with. You can rent or buy yourself a copy of Spawn at most video rental locations
Extra Special Thanks: To Ken "Cecil" Rymill for not letting Seth Jackson live down what Seth originally had in mind for the Time Dancer theme (both of them drove each other crazy trying to bring it to its final version.)