Naturally, due to the sheer number of creators pitching in their Vocaloid music creations, the end products range from usual YouTube Poop... 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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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.
"Entrust" by Prima shows that even Vocaloids designed for opera can still sound good when singing other genres.
Cute edition, with Miku Hatsune and Luka Megurine on backing vocals.
"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?
"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.
"Haijitsu" is a very good metal song for the likes of Kiyoteru.
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.
"KoKiKo", a remix of the ever popular "PoPiPo" with a more electro-pop feel. Heavy, bizarre, brilliant through headphones.
"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!
"Light Emitter Rudy", a Christmas song by Miki, is extremely adorable and will get you into the spirit of Christmas in no time.
"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.
"Good Night to Your Older Brother" is a very sweet song about a little girl's love for her caring older brother (as in a genune brother-and-sister love, with none of the incest issues). One of the most beautiful performances by Yuki.
VY1... doesn't have many songs, but those that shenote Whilst VY1 supposedly has No Biological Sex with the intent to be used for both male and female vocals... no-one appears to have done much with this and nearly all 'her' songs are the 'female' voicedoes have are stellar:
"Cyber Thunder Cider" is simply AMAZING and very energetic. There's a reason it was #1 on the rankings, the 2nd VY1 song after HAKUMEI to reach such a position.
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.
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.
"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.
Her cover of Kitchie Nadal's OPM "Wag na Wag mong Sasabihin (Never Ever Tell)''. Probably the best OPM cover by any vocaloid.
Her cover of Minnie Riperton's "Lovin' You". More cuteness overload comin' up!
Her cover of "Platinum Disco" (from Nisemonogatari) has her sounding so realistically human she could almost be mistaken for the song's original artist Yuka Iguchi. If only it wasn't so short (this is the TV size/OP version).
Her cover of Cascada's "Pyromania" with a barely recognizable Miku Hatsune on backing vocals.
Her cover of "Rolling Girl" You can really hear the emotion of her voice here.
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.