Nahhh, Sram was the real brick-passer in that show because you actually saw how devastating a creature it was, whereas Moid was just really eerie.
A close second in my mind was the Sporilla. It was bulletproof, remarkably strong and impervious to the vacuum of space.
As I remember, if it hadn't been a benign creature that was misdirected by Zelda, Ninestein and Co would have left that tracking station in a glass jar/plastic bag.
Do you have the Terrahawks score from Fanderson? That's one CD that's really worth the money. The score to the first episode is amazing.
I've never heard a score quite like it. There are lots of 80s and 90s cartoons that have sugary electronic scores but that also has the 'Thunderbirds' orchestral vibe.
In fact, there's another thing that Star Fleet and Terrahawks have in common; a synthesized score with orchestral overtones.
I think Shane might disagree with me on this but I think Terrahawks' music is a more constant performer than Star Fleet's.
I'll never forget the Dai-X Junction fanfare but the Terrahawks score is crammed full of themes like that. It has an awesome build-up for all the ships; Treehawk, Hawkwing, BattleHawk and SpaceHawk.
They're all very different themes and yet they're perfectly uniform and fit in with eachother.
The guy; Richard Harvey seems to have done a lot since Terrahawks as well:
It'd be worth having a drill into that to see if he struck the same kind of chord again with any of his other scores.
Dream big and bold and daring.