Awesome Music / The World Ends with You
" It's So Wonderful", the dark, dissonant Theme Tune for the game.
Rush Hour, Kariya and Uzuki's Leitmotif, an energetic piece with an addictive bass and drum beat to help really make it stand out.
" Twister", the game's main theme song. Granted, while the lyrics don't make much sense at first glance, the fast paced vocals, along with its robotic tinge, make it one heck of an Ear Worm.
"Three Minutes Clapping", a track that helps build up some of the most intense scenes in the game.
"Detonation" is another example of good rap in TWEWY. " Game Over" as well.
"Give Me All Your Love", which despite its rather... risqué lyrics, is incredibly fun to fight to.
" Deja Vu", a poppy, upbeat Ear Worm that, no matter what you try, simply won't leave your head. "Where did we meet before just like this..."
Kitaniji's Leitmotif " Satisfy", which helps set up a dark air around him every time he comes in the scene.
"The One Star" certainly rocks out.
" Emptiness And" is incredibly intense.
Beat's CMOA plot twist has an equally awesome music twist. Just after he betrays the Reapers to save Neku and they escape to the station, SHIBUYA plays for the first time and it's incredible.
The game's ending theme, Lullaby for You by JYONGRI is an incredible Tearjerker example of this.
The Solo Remix has a new staffroll theme, " Runaway," and it sounds beautiful.
A lot of the remixes in the official Subarashiki Konosekai + Yhe World Ends With You album are also incredibly awesome. Such as " Calling 1960s", which takes the already addictive "Calling" and makes it even more of an Ear Worm.
" Give Me All Your Love (All My Love)", which adds another whole layer of acoustic goodness to make it insanely catchy.
" Long Dream 1980s". The computerized vocals combined with the synthesized take really help to make the whole track come together well.
" Give Me A Chance (Ooparts)" takes a whimsical approach with acoustic guitars and repetitive synth sections to make it unexpectedly awesome.
" Owari Hajimari" is an incredibly fun and upbeat tune with lyrics, while strange, won't fail to make you smile.
" Make or Break (Black Box)" gives the original a more electronical feel that makes it incredibly pleasing to the ears.
" Deja Vu (Discoteque)" adds disco, of all things, to give it an incredibly funky beat.
" New Born (Hybrid)" plays in some of the more emotional scenes in the game.
" Someday (Unplugged)" is also quite well done, setting the Japanese vocals against acoustic guitars and subdued drums that helps to give it a much more lighter feel than the original.
" Game Over (Busy, Dizzy, and Lazy)" adds more extra instrumentals, making for an incredibly surreal experience.
" Transformation (Transformed)", an epic remix of "Transformation" that plays in the boss fight against Taboo Sho in Solo Remix.
" Twister (That Power Is Yet Unknown)" is an insanely epic Boss Remix metal version of "Twister" that plays in the boss battle against Anguis Cantus in Solo Remix.
The Kingdom Mixes for " Twister", " Calling", and " SOMEDAY" show up in the Solo Remix, finally averting Long Song, Short Scene.
Beat's boss fight theme " Tatakai" in Solo Remix, an incredibly rocking theme that helps you to delve deep into Beat's struggles, especially when looking at the lyrics.