Awesome Music / Rhythm Heaven

Rhythm games live and die by their music. And Rhythm Heaven's music is very good.
Rhythm Tengoku

Rhythm Heaven

Rhythm Heaven Fever

Rhythm Heaven Megamix
  • Fan Club 2, while identical to the one in DS in term of cues, has a brand-new remix of "Thrilling! Is This Love?" that's incredibly cheery.
  • Because of the sheer amount of minigames, this game features three Final-Exam Boss remixes instead of just one, named the Left-Hand, Right-Hand, and Final Remixes. Final Remix stands out for switching to a medley of the four games' respective themes halfway through. The gag of including Rhythm Test is also brought back here.
  • "Kitties!" is a delightfully jazzy saxophone and piano tune. Of course, some people can't hear it without the sound effects.
  • Sumo Brothers mixes the traditional Japanese style with techno.
  • Blue Bear is a melancholy song that hits all of the right marks.
  • On the other hand, Pajama Party is a heartwarming song in a similar vein to Love Lab from Heaven.
  • "I'm a Lady Now" is the only vocal Remix in the entire game (in the English version at least). Unlike other songs, this one was in English to begin with, and it's actually Surprisingly Good English.
  • Tongue Lashing is a slow-paced techno song that is hard not to dance to.
  • Karate Man Senior is an intense rock song befitting of both the culmination of all the Karate Man levels as well as the final non-Remix level.
  • This time, Super Samurai Slice decided to try out an 8-bit game style. It has a fitting rock theme.
  • This live version of "Tokimeki no Story", the song from the Lush Remix. Not only did it extend the track, but it also made it sound more awesome.
  • Tangotronic 3000 features a romantic track that works well for a tango minigame.
  • Every song from Tengoku has completely remastered audio, as opposed to just having the songs in their original form like the other games. While the songs' compositions stay exactly the same, they certainly sound a lot better. Examples include Cosmic Dance, Sick Beats, Rhythm Tweezers 2, and Karate Man Returns!
  • Not a rhythm minigame, but the theme for the Challenge Train deserves a mention for its techno rave beats that many players tend to ignore.