I'd like to throw in yet another request for "Peak Performance" (McCarthy).
There's two or three great action piece, with a good deal of spirited adventurousness in the opening of the first before the plot shifts. And then the piece as Data plays a re-match of Parrises Squares in the end.
The Wounded (McCarthy) especially the beautiful cue where McCarthy quotes the melody of "The Minstrel Boy" after O'Brien sang the tune. add me to the list of wanting "the wounded"
And me; I love that episode, and particularly the Minstrel Boy quote mentioned in the first quoted post. Sometimes I'll pop in the Blu-ray just to listen to that part.
I'd vote for that too. I found that this episode had a strong score in general. I remember that there was a great dramatic cue when the bridge crew were following the battle of the Phoenix against the Cardassian ships on the screen. I think from season 4 this might be McCarthy's best episode score although I have to admit I don't remember all of them. From season 3 I think "The Hunted" is a definite must.
"In theory" The opening cue and then the next cue as they light up the nebula. And the closing cue, which ties it up.
"Clues" The opening (well, after a brief big of regular orchestra) jazzy cues with a big band sound for the holodeck scenss as Picard plays a private eye named Dixon Hill. The action piece as the Enterprise goes to warp and heads back to the planet.
"The Wounded" The dramatic low key music as the Enterprise escorts the Phoenix and the Phoenix changes course.
"Lower Decks" The opening action cue for the battle simulation. And the emotional closing cue.
"The Mind's Eye" One of my favorite episodes of the series. My first request from the score is one of the first low-key cues that stood out to me in the series: the simulation scene that that culminates in killing O'Brien. The brief transition cue after Geordi leaves Troi hanging on his story. And the uneasy closing music.
I'd also like to hear the long build up cue to the attempted assasination.
Special mention to the most dramatic accidently spilt something on you music ever. ;-)