* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Oh so many. "Stay", their cover of "[[Music/TheKinks You Really Got Me]]", "Nothing Bad Ever Happens to Me"... the list goes on.
* BittersweetEnding: Despite ending on good terms with a great farewell performance, Danny Elfman's irreversible hearing loss, which would [[DeafComposer only worsen if he plays loud rock music in front of huge speakers]], means the band is never going to reunite.
* CoveredUp: "Violent Love". Even people who know the song don't usually know it was written by Wille Dixon in the 1950's.
* CrossesTheLineTwice: "Little Girls" crosses the line roughly about twenty three times the entire song.
* EarWorm: So much. “Little Girls” and the trumpets in “No One Lives Forever” spring to mind.
* FaceOfTheBand: DannyElfman.
* HarsherInHindsight: The defenses of the antagonist's actions in "Only A Lad" were later used in the [[RealitySubtext real-life trial]] of [[http://rt.com/usa/rich-teen-probation-killing-friends-086/ Ethan Couch]], a teenager who was given a relatively tame punishment for killing four people in a drunk driving accident after a judge ruled his actions the result of his privileged lifestyle.
* HilariousInHindsight: "Dead Man's Party" [[http://youtu.be/_UbGtjnluyY takes on a whole new level]] when you realize the fellow singing is [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Jack Skellington's singing voice]] and [[CorpseBride Bonejangles]]
* MemeticMutation: “Little Girls” has become quite popular as a theme for {{Memetic Molester}}s.
* {{Squick}}: Some of the lyrics to "Nasty Habits". Read them [[http://www.lyricsfreak.com/o/oingo+boingo/nasty+habits_20102818.html here]], but make sure you've got plenty of BrainBleach on you.
* VillainProtagonist/VillainSong: "Little Girls."