Naturally, due to the sheer number of creators pitching in their Vocaloid music creations, the end products range from the usual forgettable crap
... to songs listed below.
Vocaloids are software, not actual singers, so when listing an example, please provide producer
names in addition to Vocaloid names so we know what excellent talent is behind all of these songs!
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- Here's an interesting use of Lola in the song "Be My Baby" by muzehack.
- Another interesting song using Lola by muzehack again, "Take My Hand".
- Her cover of "Biohazard" is also very good, making her sound realistic.
- "Double Melody", her own version of "Double Lariat", could use a bit more polish, but is a very solid Lola song.
- "Existence". Probably Lola at her best.
- "Feel the Pain" has a nice beat to it, and it's probably the best song telling you to "Feel the Pain". (The link is to the original Nico Nico Douga video as there is no YouTube reprint)
- It's very unusual to hear Lola sing a higher range, listen to this cover of "Fly Me to the Moon". (The link leads to NND like above.)
- Though not really much of a Vocaloid song, it is a very popular Japanese song using Lola, "Meditational Field" from the 2006 film Paprika.
- Anarobik's "My Time" pushes Lola close to, if not right up to, her full capabilities. The vocals are even better than they are on "Existence", and that's saying something.
- Winterdriv E's cover of "Party Junkie" with Lola is mind-blowingly realistic for such an old Vocaloid. Especially because she's singing in full English.
- Lola's cover of "Want You Gone" shows that she can still shine with the right song.
- Sweet Ann's cover of "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" by Green Day.
- "Everlasting Love" by Sweet Ann is a short but awesome song.
- Sweet Ann is regarded as the best of Engloids, and one of the best uses of her voice is seen in Giuseppe's use of her in "Let It Be".
- "Love is War" Sweet Ann's version, is very good and really shows what she's capable of when used right.
- Sweet Ann's cover of "Meltdown Hard R.K. mix" is just awesome. There's no other way to describe it.
- Her cover of Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up". Very nicely made despite being intended as sort of a joke.
- This English cover of "Rolling Girl". Not only does push Ann to her limits, she manages to sound almost exactly like the original while doing so!
- Many people often critize Sweet Ann's English pronunciation, but this cover of "Still Alive" shows that she can sing in English just as well, if not better then any other Engloid when used right. Lola humming along at the end is also pretty adorable too.
- Sweet Ann's original intention, according to PowerFX, was to sound "sassy". However, the song "Succubus" goes a little over that and straight to "sexy".
- Once again Vocaloid Master shows off the true abilities of an English Vocaloid with Sweet Anns cover of "The Power of One". If you were a fan of Pokémon from the start, or even just a fan of the old school Pokémon, you have to watch this.
- Her cover of ABBA's "The Winner Takes It All" is amazingly realistic.
- She can pull off "Want You Gone" just as well.
- "Alias", an awesome yet somehow beautiful metal song.
- You know how Bacterial Contamination is a scary song? Let's Gackify that sucker!
- His Japanese cover of Justin Bieber's "Boyfriend" makes it seem as if it was meant to be a J Pop hit.
- "Breathe" exudes sexiness and charm.
- "Dance of the Brocade". Very interesting story and well animated PV, impressive use of his voice and his genderbend
- "Dancing Samurai", a song which has at least four videosnote .
- "Dr. Realist" by cosMo is a philosophy sandwich with epic instrumentals and a church choir.
- "Duke Venomania's Madness" by Akuno-P as part of the Seven Deadly Sins series has a great beat to it and, like the others in the series, is disturbingly awesome.
- "Embrace the Rose." The gitaur is freaking awesome, and the visual style of the video is nice, too. Plus, the last few frame is sure to conjure up a Squee or ten. Especially from Yaoi Fangirls.
- "Episode 0" is extremely notable for winning a contest held by Gackt, where the prize was singing the song himself.
- His cover of "-Error", with remarkable acoustic effects.
- His cover of "Fly Me to the Moon" is the best by far.
- His cover of PSY's "Gentleman" is part Awesome and part Funny.
- "Joker": Two parts creepy, Four parts insanely catchy.
- His cover of the Mirai Nikki opening "Kuusou Mesorogiwi" is pretty amazing, and his deep voice fits the music fairly well.
- A song of his that needs more love, "Marriage Fraud" is so lovely. Smooth voice, lovely music and beautiful PV all in one.
- "Monochrome Film" by otetsu is just fantastic. Made even better by the chorus.
- "specimen girl" presents a VERY disturbingly yandere Gakupo, but his voice is used so good that borders on Creepy Awesome.
- His cover of "Super Turkish March Owata" is even better than Miku's. It helps that Miku and Rin provide backup.
- His cover of "Want You Gone" from Portal 2, with a heavily retuned voice that sounds absolutely creepy.
- His Japanese cover of One Direction's "What Makes You Beautiful" is quite amazing.
SF-A 2 miki
- "COSMIC LUCKY".
- "Daybreak", ladies and gentlemen. This under-appreciated rock ballad where miki can send shiver to your spine. The second and forth verses are especially guaranteed to this very purpose.
- Her cover of "Hacking to the Gate". Holy. Shit.
- "I Rise Into the Dragon Sky", a great song with a hauntingly beautiful chant to it.
- "Lience" may not be a word, but the song itself has the potential to blow your mind. A slow, moderately-paced build up to running for your life from a crazed yandere miki is enough to give any listener goosebumps!
- "Lolwat" is just another reason people miss Matt9five.
- "Miki's Feelings". Prepare for some cuteness overload, especially when she says her name.
- "Satellite" is a pretty awesome song that captures her alienness.
- "Secret Area 7682".
- "Zero Gravity". A sad yet beautiful song by SF-A2 Miki.
- Cover of Styx's "Babe", in three editions depending on the backing vocals (and other features):
- "Beautiful Vegetable", a song about vegetables (though the background image shows some of the band members with fruits instead). Possibly Ice Mountain's answer to "PoPiPo". Features some funny use of Engrish as well. Interesting to note that in the official Ice Mountain artbook, one of the band's members (Akito Hiyama, guitarist and green grocer owner) suggested a song with lyrics based on fruits and vegetables but his idea was shot down by the others. Perhaps this serves a Take That?
- His cover of Green Day's "Boulevard of Broken Dreams". It's almost as if the song was made for him, despite his thick accent.
- "Brilliant EVE".
- "Chain" by Ayuciki, which begins with a nice saxophone intro, then simply showcases Kiyoteru's vocalizations done well. It also has a nice PV.
- His cover of the "Cutey Honey Theme Song", complete with a Crossdressing Kiyoteru (red wig included).
- "Delete", a funny song where Kiyoteru is portrayed as a creepy and jealous Stalker with a Crush (though it is not clear between Kaito and Meiko as to who his target of affection is), and at some points in the PV, gets redrawn into The Big Guy with Scary Shiny Glasses.
- His cover of "-Error". Great vocalization by Kiyoteru combined with some intense rock music. Try to ignore the rather ridiculous facial expression Kiyoteru has in the artwork.
- His cover of David Pomeranz's "Got to Believe in Magic".
- "GTK!? (Great Teacher Kiyoteru!?)", a catchy song with some rather good Engrish and possibly loaded with quite a lot of Shout Outs (one of which should be obvious enough in the title).
- "Guilty Verse", apparently the more popular songs don't even have him doing his teacher gig. This song is especially notable for his realistically creepy scream at the end, something very hard to achieve with any Vocaloid. (The link is to the Nico Nico Douga video since there is no YouTube reprint.)
- "Haijitsu" is a very good metal song for the likes of Kiyoteru.
- His cover of Jimmy Jones'/James Taylor's "Handyman", with Miku and Gumi on backing vocals.
- His cover of "Hope".
- The "Ice Mountain Theme", which is Exactly What It Says on the Tin.
- Despite the fact that his voice is a bit too high in this song, "Jewelfish" has a nice and catchy rhythm. And here's another version of "Jewelfish" whose PV is a live action video performed by vocaloid cosplayers. Included there are Megurine Luka, Lily, and SF-A2 Miki, all being charmed by Kiyoteru.
- "Koi no Kayoubi", another song with a crossdressing Kiyoteru (and apparently a live Fangirl audience that loves him for it).
- His cover of "Last Night, Good Night" is said to rival Kaito's version.
- "Love Is War REMIX".
- His cover of Limahl's "The Never Ending Story" with Hatsune Miku on backing vocals. Here's a more "metal" oriented version, a concept of how it would be like if Kiyoteru performed it with his band Ice Mountain.
- His cover of "Packaged".
- His cover of "PoPiPo", except that the song in this case is about Iced Coffee instead of Vegetable Juice.
- "Pursue" features him performing with his band Ice Mountain.
- Kiyoteru's dub of "Servant of Evil".
- His cover of "Sky High".
- His cover of "Still Alive" from the game Portal, complete with a very creepy looking Kiyoteru.
- "True Education", a potential signature song for Kiyoteru.
- "Under the Darkness".
- "Beat Beat Tick Tick" by Big Al is one of the few original Engloid songs out there and his voice really fits the mood of the song.
- Yet another amazing cover by Big Al; "Boats and Birds".
- In contrast to Big Al's reputation of being a Man Child and thus being commonly associated with upbeat, fun, or just plain funny songs, his cover of Simon & Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water" is quite beautiful.
- His cover of David Slater's "Exchange of Heart". Rather mournful and emotional, and another refreshing departure from his usual Man Child or his secondary Rated M for Manly portrayals.
- "Fr@cture" is another awesome original song by Big Al.
- Of course there's Big Al's cover of Rebecca Black's "Friday". A definitive and hilarious case of So Bad, It's Good, its YouTube video actually got tons of likes over dislikes, as opposed to the Rebecca Black original.
- Another amazing use of Big Al to cover a classic: he gives Stevie Wonder's "I Just Called To Say I Love You" a very 50's feel.
- If this cover of Right Said Fred's "I'm Too Sexy" doesn't demonstrate just how Rated M for Manly Big Al's voice can be, nothing would.
- Ditto with his cover of John Lennon's "Imagine".
- I see you driving 'round town with the girl I love...
- His cover of Ricky Martin's "Livin' La Vida Loca".
- Big Al's cover of Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York" could potentially give Sinatra himself a run for his money.
- "On the Earth" by Big Al is an awesome song about Big Al singing about world peace that also shows off his new Taiwanese voice banks at the same time.
- "Pitch Black Refrain."
- Even Big Al couldn't resist covering "Popipo". And in Japanese too.
- The light hearted mood of B.J. Thomas' "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" seems to make for a very good Big Al cover.
- Big Al's cover of "Scarborough Fair Canticle". Very beautiful and melancholy, as well as another departure from his usual Man Child image.
- His covers of "Still Alive" and "Want You Gone" from the Portal games.
- His cover of "Wind" is also pretty epic.
VY1 / Mizki
VY1... doesn't have many songs, but those that shenote does
have are stellar:
Gachapoid / Ryuto
VY2 / Yūma
- "A Clingy Boy Sticking for 15 Years".
- His cover of "Circus Monster" showcases how completely and utterly amazing he sounds with some fine tuning.
- His cover of the awesome power ballad "-Error"
- His cover of Fra Lippo Lippi's "Beauty and Madness". Slow, smooth, and mellow, and perhaps a great song to fall asleep to.
- His cover of "Candy Candy" is rather good.
- His cover of David Slater's "Exchange of Heart". A nice change of genere in singing a ballad, and one of the few songs utilizing his new "falscetto" voicebank.
- What do you get when you combine dubstep, the first Attack on Titan theme, and VY2's V3 voicebank? Why you get Guren No Yumiya- Kaleptik Version!
- His cover of "Hirari, Hirari" is extremely realistic and filled with emotion not heard in even some professional singers. It's like he's about to burst into tears at any time.
- "Kizuite Yo", another cover of his, is tops.
- "Last Night, Good Night". For such a low pitched vocaloid, he does an amazing job at singing in Miku's range.
- His cover of "Look This Way Baby" is rather, provocative.
- His cover of "Nyanyanyanyanyanyanya!", complete with a PV showing how pissed off he is from being forced to sing such a ridiculous song (remember that VY2 is supposed to be a serious musical instrument for professionals).
- "Ponponpon" impossibly makes the song more catchy and adorable.
- His cover of "Rotten Heresy and Chocolate" sounds as haunting and as awesome as the original.
- "Stained Glass".
- His cover of Limahl's "The Never Ending Story" with Yuzuki Yukari on backing vocals - a great work of duet between the two.
- His cover of Kalapana's "The Hurt", exhibiting a full ensemble of vocalists with just him alone.
- His cover of "Thousand Sakura". There's really no words for it, except maybe AMAZING?
- His cover of "Ura Omote Lovers" may leave you with very weird thoughts about him.
- Her cover of "Answer," using KAITO Soft as backing vocals, is amazing, and makes you want to cry just as much. The use of her vocals are wonderful, and credit to the producer for somehow getting her to hum at the end.
- Her cover of "Bullet for Prisoner" is just as heartwrenching as the original.
- Her cover of "Candy Candy". A rather unexpected cute side of Mew.
- Her cover of "Dear You". An excellent use of Mew's voice, resulting in her sounding very realistically human.
- Her cover of "-Error". Great vocalization effects.
- "Girl with the Dark Rimmed Glasses" (approximate translation). Another excellent use of Mew's voice, this time in a catchy rock song.
- Her cover of Britney Spears' "Hold It Against Me" with Yuzuki Yukari in backing vocals.
- Her cover of "Last Night, Good Night", also with amazingly realistic vocalization.
- "Song of the Nightingale", a beautiful song inspired by traditional Japanese music.
- What makes "Trial" amazing is that it's ENTIRELY in a fictional language.
- "Tsun Tsun Goko". Amazingly realistic vocalization by Mew.
- Her cover of "Uninstall", another great example of realistic vocalization.
- Her cover of "White Knight". Perhaps her most emotional rendering thus far.
- Her cover of "Why Don't You Do Right?", the song of Jessica Rabbit from the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Amazing and rather sexy vocalization, especially how well it was made for a jazz song, and some pretty good Engrish to boot.
- This English cover of Miku's "Alice" has the perks of a good fit for Oliver's voice, and having the translated lyrics be absolutely perfect.
- "All the People Are Missing You" with a matching animated PV!.
- Oliver's cover of WoodenToaster's song "Awoken" is a Moment of Awesome for both Oliver and the producer: getting Oliver's lower octaves to sound that fluid and powerful is extremely difficult, and given how great Oliver sounds here, the effort was well worth it!
- "Serial Contraption of Malice" is deeply unnerving in a beautiful way. It seems to be about some sort of Serial Killer, but the lyrics are pretty ambiguous.
- "Crystal Mic".
- His cover of "Fighting For You", a fan-made vocal version of the theme of the character Garry from the video game Ib, is extremely well made.
- His cover of "Finale" is very smooth and and flows really well.
- His original song "~Gasp" is probably one of the weirdest but coolest things done with a Vocaloid.
- "I Won't Let You Cry". This producer manages to make Oliver's soft voice sound powerful.
- His song "Lavender Town Syndrome" is very well done, referring to the creepypasta of the same name.
- His cover of Tears For Fears's "Mad World", as popularized by Gary Jules.
- His cover of "Pieces of a Broken Heart", the theme of Ni no Kuni, is beautiful because his voice not only resembles the original, but also because he shares a name with the protagonist.
- Before his release, Oliver got actually got a suprisingly large ammount of positive reception for an Engloid, with many saying he just might be one of the best English Vocaloids created. His cover of "Silent Night" pretty much hammers this home, and just in time for the holidays as well.
- His cover of "Song of Healing" is a very excellent use of his voice.
- Likewise, his cover of "You Were There" is another exceptional use of his voice. (Warning: the video contains Ico spoilers.)
- "Erased Girl" is tragic, disturbing and beautiful at the same time.
- Her cover of "-Error", putting her voice to good use.
- Her cover of David Slater's "Exchange of Heart". Amazingly she still sounds great even when singing very low notes meant for male singers.
- "Goodbye Chainsaw", it's a song about Yukari solving problems with a really cool chainsaw. *Howling guitar solo*
- Her cover of "Mozaik Role", in which she sounds almost humanlike.
- Her cover of "Naraku no Hana". Her voice suits this song very well.
- "Setsugetsuka", not to be confused with a song of the same title from VanaN'Ice. A stunning evaluation of Yukari's vocal qualities, not just in song but in speech. That's right—Yuzuki Yukari is talking on VOICEROID in the beginning.
- "the girl locked below" is both beautiful and disturbing.
- Her cover of Kitchie Nadal's OPM "Wag na Wag mong Sasabihin (Never Ever Tell)''. Probably the best OPM cover by any vocaloid.
- "within the ice", a very beautiful song, as well as something of a Tear Jerker.
- "Spice!", originally for Len, is nicely covered in Spanish by Bruno.
- "Veronica" is an original song made for Bruno. He works well with the rhythm of the song, to the point where you could easily mistake him for human upon first listening.
- "Coward Montblanc" as covered by Clara in Spanish.
- "Dango Daikazoku" in Spanish. Clara's softer voice is more suited for gentler, quieter songs.
- "La tierra prometida" is song about a traveller longing for a better land, in order to just see it.
- "Lilium", the theme song to the anime Elfen Lied, was already high quality, but Clara's cover is as good if not better than the original. Her high notes and realism need to be heard to be believed.
- "Más que Nada", an original song for Clara. It's a rather cute love song.
- Her cover of "Alluring Secret ~White Vow~", in which her voice sounds very emotional.
- "Calalini", a cover of hers.
- "Children Record", part of the Kagerou Project, the song makes you feel like the characters about to fight against destiny. The amazing PV further emphasizes this.
- Her cover of "Diva's Song" from Blood+ is really beautiful.
- "The Embedded Blue" has got IA on nice dubstep.
- Her cover of "-Error", with great vocalization.
- "Freesia", an extremely calming song from IA.
- "Garden of Rain", a very beautiful and emotional song.
- "Grief", a very emotional song and, as the title suggests, quite a Tear Jerker.
- "Headphone Actor", a song with an interesting (though confusing) storyline.
- Her cover of "Hello / How Are You". Her voice suits the song very well.
- "Imagination Forest", by the same producer of "Headphone Actor", is a lighter song but still has a heartfelt story.
- "Insania Argenti". She sounds really good at opera!
- "Kagaribito", another cover.
- Her cover of "Leia (Cinematic Remix)" is breathtakingly emotional, and the orchestra-style instrumentals of this version are also really beautiful.
- "Light of Tomorrow" is another fine example of the realism that this Vocaloid3 has.
- "masquerade", a song with very well-done tuning and beautiful classical/baroque-style instrumentals.
- "Meteor", a cover of hers originally by Hatsune Miku.
- "My Soul, Your Beats!". She manages to make it sound just as good as her voice provider's original version of the song.
- "Nihonbashi Koukashita R Plan"; a short, but catchy song with a nice PV full of fluid animation and surreal imagery. (The creator says it was based off of scrolling through Tumblr.)
- Also from Jin as part of the Kagerou Project, here's "Outer Science". The slasher horror-styled PV is as cool as its music. (WARNING: MASSIVE SPOILER in the PV)
- "Re;BIRTH". Somewhat disturbing since it talks about killing people, but still awesome.
- "Ref-Rain", a thrilling and somewhat disturbing song starring IA in the role of a Yandere character.
- From MafuMafu, we have Revenge Syndrome, wonderful music, IA sounds great, and a very beautifully drawn PV too.
- "Star-Chasing Frontier". IA's voice is tuned well, and the instrumentals give the song a smooth, mysterious quality. The lyrics, meanwhile, are somewhere between sweet and tearjerking.
- "A Tale of Six Trillion Years and One Night". A terribly sad song. It gets even sadder with the piano version.
- "Transparent Answer" is another song by Jin, the guy behind the Kagerou Project.
- "Until the Day We Can Meet Again", a melancholy, gentle song about an absent (possibly deceased) loved one.
- "World Calling". Beautiful animation, beautiful accompaniment, beautiful voice.
- Avanna's cover of the Les Misérables song "I Dreamed a Dream" shows how emotional her voice can be.
- Her cover of Vonda Shepard's "Baby Don't You Break My Heart Slow" - she sounds rather mournful, as if actually expressing the broken hearted nature of the song.
- Her cover of Enya's "Exile" actually fits her singing style quite well. Then again, this is an Enya song, and Avanna is Celtic, so...
- Her cover of "Hold Me" is quite well done, showing her lovely vocalizations.
- Her cover of Lily Allen's "Not Fair" is surprisingly well done despite how soft her voice tends to be for this type of song.
- Her cover of Donna Summer's "Power of One" from Pokemon 2000. Some of the best vocalizations by Avanna.
- Porter Robinson's "Sad Machine", which features Avanna on vocals, is nothing short of beautiful.
- "Silence" shows that niki can work wonders with other Vocaloids besides Lily.
- Her cover of Paramore's "The Only Exception" has amazingly realistic vocalization.
- Her cover of Carole King's "You've Got A Friend" is simply beautiful.
- "BU-LA-LA", by Prince Kuma, the lyrics and the PV are a Mind Screw.
- Apakilypse presented us with "NeapolitaN", in which his bilingual capability worked really well.
- "Sunflower in your eyes", made by AkiGlancy, uses his voice very well, creating a calm melody while making Yohioloid sounding he's in love.
- Maika is a Spanish Vocaloid, but to hear her sing Edith Piaf in surprisingly good French is powerful stuff.
- Maika covering "A Cruel Angel's Thesis" in Spanish is also great due to her clear-sounding voice.
- Her cover of "Bad Apple" in Portuguese is also very good.
- "Benedictio Laudate Domini", a song that's based on medieval chants. Complete with Latin and organ in the background.
- "Define Me", it has a catchy tune and uses Maika's voice very well.
- Her cover of "Fantasia" in Catalan.
- Her version of "I'll Quit Singing" is as funny as it is awesome. Now with a MMD.
- "Lunar", a song in Spanish that mixes a Techno beat and Maika's voice.
- Her cover of "Simple and Clean" in Spanish is amazing. It's one of the cleanest covers of this song.
- Her cover of "Still Alive", the theme of Mirrors Edge, in Ukrainian is beautiful.
- From the same producer as the "Still Alive" cover is "The Judge", which is absolutely stunning.
- "Tiempos" by YZYX is a great song using different ranges for her voice.
- The user arashifanboy111 has made some great covers with Macne Nana, like "Eye of the Tiger" and "It's Been So Long", that make her sound realistic and endearing with her accent.
Anon & Kanon
- CircusP gives us her cover of "Creative", based on Don't Hug Me I'm Scared. Her sweet voice singing creepy lyrics is a good reproduction of the original video.
anon & kanon
- One of their first original songs, "Heart Chrome", shows how good their voices can sound with each other.
- Kanon's strong vocal is used very effectively in her covers of "Outer Science" and "Neapolitan".
- Her cover of "Anti-Beat", which shows that her voice can be powerful as well.
- "Full Steam", by Nejishiki. An upbeat song that can act as a good motivational music.
- "Heart Break" by KASANE. Rana usually sings upbeat songs but this shows that she can also sing deeper, more dramatic songs just as good.
- Her voice works surprisingly well for "Lynne".
- From her demos, we have "Rainbow Colored Monster", a cheery song that's Sweet Dreams Fuel.
- The mixing in "Uraomote Fortune" sounds really smooth and shows how cute Rana's voice can be.
- A cool-sounding application can be seen in her cover of "Yellow".