John Williams is a monster when it comes to composing film scores, and the proof is in how impossible it is to recall a scene from Star Wars, Raiders of the Lost Ark, or Jaws without also remembering the accompanying music. While he’s best known for huge, sweeping, legendary-sounding anthems, he’s been responsible for more humble soundtrack compositions as well. For instance, he not only wrote the orchestral score to Return of the Jedi, he also contributed the vaguely world-music-sounding “Ewok Celebration,” aka “Yub Nub,” aka the song that drops in at the end to shit all over the preceding two hours of outer space fightin’. He also wrote “Lapti Nek,” which you may remember as the weird disco-funk song that the nasty flesh-bag alien with the inappropriately sexy lady lips sings during the party scene at Jabba the Hutt’s palace. Or maybe you don’t remember, in which case you can refresh your memory here.