While it is true that the anime is completely inferior to the manga, the songs that are composed by Yuki Kajiura
aren't which really hammers in how much wasted these tracks are.
- The utterly epic "A Song of Storm and Fire". The live version and instrumental version also kicks a lot of ass.
- Also "run for your life".
- "Ship of Fools".
- The music is so amazing, that it nearly makes up for the epic fail that is the Bee Train anime adaptation of Tsubasa. That is REALLY saying something. Listen to "Smile" (Fai's Image Song) and "Hear Our Prayer". The latter is truly heartbreakingly beautiful.
- The sadly overlooked "aikoi".
- The beautiful ballad "Kaze no Machi he".
- "Break the Sword of Justice" shows just how much of a Bad Ass Kurogane was.
- "Catastrophe" is pretty much Exactly What It Says on the Tin: Something bad has happened, and it's just getting worse.
- "Sacrifice" also shows how awesome the Tsubasa soundtrack really is.
- "Synchronicity" is the opening for "Tokyo revelations", the episode when Cerebus Syndrome kicks in. The music feels ominous and dark, as sung by Sakura foreshadowing her darker change of personality.
- "I Talk To The Rain", because if this song doesn't move you, you don't have a soul.
- "Femme" is utterly haunting and gorgeous.
- "Morning Moon" manages to pack a lot of much emotion into such an understated song.
- "My Dear Feather", "1 & 0 City", "The Dreamers", and "When Two Powers Collide".
- "You are my love" sung by Sakura, as well as its instrumental version, a sad theme about the person missing in her memories.
- "Jasmin", a beautiful song that describes Sakura perfectly.
- "Yume no Tsubasa", either by Sakura alone or both Sakura and Syaoran is a sweet song about how much both Sakura and Syaoran are made for each other. Or you can also try the instrumental version which is notably sadder in comparison.
- "Kioku no Mori", the ending for the "Spring Thunder Chronicles" OVA for Tsubasa.