I saw you describe this as "minimalist" and thought, "What the fuck is HoboKa typing about? This has everything going on. It's groovy and then some!" So, since I hadn't played Earthworm Jim in ages (unless you count Clayfighter 63 1/3), I decided to give "Snot A Problem" a listen. It's one thing to just tell myself, "Yeah, Tallarico is an excellent musician." It's another to go back and remind myself as to why I know that. Yes, your version is definitely minimal in comparison and hearing the original reminds me of how underappreciated the soundtrack is nowadays.
This is an easy five stars from me. My only complaint is seeing Super Nintendo in the tags, but not Sega Genesis or Sega CD. The music originated on the Genesis and both Sega consoles offer a significantly better listening experience by comparison. (The SNES version sounds muffled or overly compressed or something. I don't know.) Sega CD, unsurprisingly, comes with the highest sound quality, but the Special Edition version also includes the fewest "HEY!"s, which is the best part of Snot A Problem. Seriously, why did someone decide to just omit nearly every "HEY!" when porting the song to the Sega CD, Alex? I don't understand that.