Awesome Music: Terraria

  • Of the whole soundtrack, the Corruption themes and boss battle themes 1 and 2 stand over the rest. The Corruption tracks are creepy and evil, boss theme 1 (which plays while fighting the pre-1.1 bosses and Skeletron Prime) is intense, and boss theme 2 (which plays while fighting the Wall of Flesh and The Twins) is outright frightening... which is what you will be when you see how fast they can kill you!
  • Every boss theme, but especially Boss 4 (console version) / 5 (PC version). It's sinister and terrifying, and is used while fighting the Eye of Cthulhu and Ocram (in the console version) or Queen Bee (in the PC version).
  • The soundtrack for The Destroyer and the Brain of Cthulhu is rather slow for a fast paced boss fight, but it's pretty damn menacing.
  • Both the underground hallow and corruption tracks are essentially a combination of the corresponding biomes theme with the cave theme.
  • The Jungle theme, which was used to showcase the Alchemy in the 1.0.5 trailer and the new home design options in the 1.1 trailer.
  • The (overground) Hallow theme, rather calm while you're being slaughtered by Pixies and Unicorns.
  • The Overworld Day theme is rather calm and upbeat.
  • 1.2's Ocean theme is so quaint and beautiful while you're getting killed by Easymode's strongest non-boss enemy.
  • The Plantera boss music has guitar riffs in it. Considering most of the music in the game is chiptune, this makes it instantly epic. Bonus points because Redigit's girlfriend loves the thrash metal band Pantera and the song itself sounds like metal.
  • The mushroom theme is insanely psychedelic and catchy.
  • The Frost Moon theme combines rock with typical Christmas music, creating an awesome package of epicness that plays while you try and beat the insanely difficult enemies that spawn during the event.
  • The Underground Snow theme is a nice and calm tune to listen to while mining through pretty caves of snow and ice.
  • The theme that plays for Golem and the Lunatic Cultist is fairly intense, even though the volume could use a boost.
  • The Solar Eclipse theme is a toned down version of the Lunar Event and gives out a creepy undertone to the Solar Eclipse event. (Which contains many horror related enemies already.)
  • The Martian Madness event music is an eerie and alien-sounding tune that fits the army of Martians and their machines invading the world.
  • The Lunar Event theme plays against the Celestial Towers and it's a really terrifying and fitting event theme.
  • The Moon Lord theme which plays against the Final Boss. It really captures the essence, terror and urgency of the epic fight.
  • In 1.3, both the Goblin Army and the Pirate Invasion get their very own tracks, with the Goblins having a fittingly quirky theme and the Pirates having an appropriately nautical track.