Meiko's cover of "Rolling Girl". It starts off awesomely, with the consistently wonderful tuning of Ryousuke-P in Meiko's higher octaves, but then you get halfway through the song and WAIT IS SHE SINGING ALL THE VERSIONS OF ROLLING GIRL?Yes and it is awesome.
"The Thought To Tell", in addition to being an amazing tear-jerker, is just beautiful, as well as the PV. Its counterpart song, from the bride's point of view, is just as sad. It's called the "Cradle of Destiny".
"Byakkoya no Musume" is a cover of the ending song of Paprika by Bucchigiri-P. Gives the oft-abused Kaito dignity and make him sound perfectly human in the process. Kaiko's version managed to make it awesomer; once you get past the somewhat chiptuney opening it becomes almost aria-like.
It seems to be a universal rule that all vocaloids must at one point cover "Dancing Samurai". Difference with Kaito's version is that he does it in a cappella. Kaiko's is awesome in its own right.
Cover of David Slater's "Exchange of Heart" by his English voicebank. Another wonderfully romantic performance by Kaito.
"Two-Faced Errors", Kaito's parody of "Ura Omote Lovers", where the theme is changed to the serious problems with computers (such as viruses). To add to the pun, the background music consists entirely of Microsoft Windows sound effects.
Kaito is not the first Vocaloid one pictures when thinking of "Disgustingly cute and happy poppy songs," but even he can be sugary-sweet at times. Proof? "U-Nya-Pu", a song so adorable it has mewing kittens in its background music. It's downright cuddly.
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.
"Ai Dee", a catchy song with great vocalization by Miku. A major selling point of this song is Luka's amazing rap, in English too.
"Ako'y Nasaktan" ("I'm Hurt"), an original Tagalog melancholy song about the pain of a broken heart, by the same composer of "Let's Party Tonight" and "Sa Piling Mo".
"ALICE iN BLACK MARKET", which uses Miku's Solid and Power Append banks to create a heavy yet catchy song. There's no consensus what it's about, but it seems to be about her mentally dominating a guy for sex.
"Drain", a song by ELECTROCUTICA that has a clean and professional edge to it, but blends that clinical precision perfectly with soothing rhythms and mind-melting beats along with catchy little piano tunes and very clear, sharp vocals. Those with weak hearts, you have been warned.
"The Forgotten Song" by whoo is absolutely beautiful. Miku's voice sounds great in it, and the indie-esque feel is something you don't find often with Vocaloid. For more eargasms, listen to this remix.
"Goddess of Spring". A very beautiful and haunting song featuring a wonderful animation of Miku playing the harp on a small island in the middle of a lake in a forest under the moonlight. And especially haunting is the ending where the camera views Miku's reflection in the water, but as it pans up, she and the harp are gone, leaving an empty seat. A somewhat low resolution CG version with English subtitles, but where Miku can be seen to be noticably breathing, can be viewed here.
"I=Fantasy" It was only a matter of time, Miku covered SeeU's demo songs, and in Korean too.
And, of course, the famous leek spin video featuring the song "Ievan Polkka". Strangely addicting, you could watch Miku spin a leek for hours to this song. Even better, here's Miku singing the '"entire Ievan Polkka in Finnish"' (not just the "leekspin" portion)!
"PlusMinus". Really, no written description does the song justice. No, wait, NOW no written description does the song justice. Haruami is also an amazing song in this remix. Leave it to Yuyoyuppe to make everything better.
This cover of Lady Gaga's "Poker Face" is probably one of (if not) the best efforts by anyone to make Hatsune Miku sing (and RAP!) in clear and understandable English. Here's the same song but with more suitable video footage.
"RuRaRa", a catchy tune, also featuring an MMD video of instrument playing Vocaloids (including Kaito, Haku, and others on those instruments).
"Sa Piling Mo", a very catchy original Tagalog composition (from the same composer of "Let's Party Tonight"), which in fact also serves as the OP for the creator's other main project, "I Love Him", a fanmade TV sitcom style series featuring the Vocaloids themselves as cast members. A preview of the show can be viewed here, and OP version of the song complete with video can be viewed here. The entire OP video done in MMD is a great effort in its own right.
Here she sings a roughly translated Japanese version of "Still Alive" from the game Portal. And here's her cover of "Want You Gone" (also from Portal). Her use of the Soft append makes it actually suitable.
"Sweet So Sweet" is thick, heavy but also abrasive and simultaneously engrossing. The sharpness of Miku's voice complements the guitarwork in a really cool way.
Cover of "The Dragonborn Comes" from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim by her English voicebank. Not only does she sing beautifully, she then sings part of the game's main theme that's the Dragon Language. And there's also the awesome PV featuring Miku herself singing next to the piano player.
"Time Machine" by a team comprising of 40mP, 164, and daishi. A moderately paced melancholy song about the pain of separation. The impact of its Tear Jerker-ness can really be felt in the PV featured in the game Project Diva F.
"Tokyo Endroll" is one of the most underrated Hatsune Miku songs and probably the best Vocarock song as well. A theatrical synth string section with a steady, 50s American rock-esque rhythm? Yes, please! They do so much to make the song sound as absorbing as it is. And the chorus...!
"Tokyo Rock City" has been given many covers notably Valshe, and it is worth a listen.
Cover of Carpenters' "Top of the World" by her English voicebank. With an adjusted key to suit her voice better. The result is well made.
"Top Secret" by SCOP is a wonderful, wonderful song.
"Torinoko City", also known as "Left Behind City" has a catchy rhythm, really good use of Miku, and deeply meaningful lyrics. Certainly one of the best Miku songs out there.
Rin's "Dolls", combined with the very well made video, is incredibly beautiful and touching. Knowing the lyrics also makes it even more tear jerking.
"Dreamy Cherry Blossoms" is about a rich girl (Rin) that's getting married in a little while that happens to fall in love with a violinist (Len). It's also note worthy that the art style in the PV is just as beautiful as the song that accompanies it.
Len's cover of "-Error". Has some of the best vocalizations by Len.
Len's cover of "Ievan Polkka" (the entire song, not just the leekspin gibberish portion; and in good Finnish too).
"Imagination Forest", originally for IA and covered by Rin Sweet APPEND, the mood is captured very nicely and this version is just as nice as the original... and then there's the added bonus of Len coming in for the song's climax.
Another amazing AVTechNO song, "Innocence". Awesome use of Len's Power append, sexy heavy beat, and one Epic Riff.
"Iroha Song" by Rin is a vibrant rock ballad with a traditional Japanese sound about being consumed by love and then losing it (oh, and bondage).
"Jutenija" by DATEKEN. Think priestesses singing in a desert temple and you're almost there.
"Juvenile" from Dixie Flatline, a nice R&B song with smooth singing by Rin and great rapping from Len.
"Karakuri Burst" is an absolutely amazing song. Len looking quite sexy (and non-shota) in that military uniform certainly doesn't hurt, either (also, please note that 卍 itself is not a symbol of the Third Reich — the Nazi symbol faces the other direction).
"Pantsu Nugeru Mon", or "I can take off my panties!", is definitely a lot more innocent than the title would suggest, and contains probably the best use of panties as a metaphor (for the care and control of her guardians) that we'll ever see in a a song. The story is about Rin going through puberty, standing on the border between childhood and adulthood, as she is torn between the freedom but responsibility of adulthood and the restrictions but irresponsibility of childhood. The song is very catchy, too!
When Paradichlorobenzene and Anti-Chlorobenzenecombine. Here's a Project Diva version of the combination.
Len's Append voice with "Pink Rose" is quite lovely.
Rin's cover of "Popipo" is just as energetic as Miku's.
"Recycle Bin" sung by Len will prevent you from deleting a file from your computer in good conscience ever again. The sequel in Rin's point of view, "Salvage", doubles as a Heartwarming Moment.
"ARPK" seems like a great song with sub-par vocals. That is, it does until you realise said vocals were made with Luka's English voicebank and that it compliments the theme of a Tsundere Alpaca perfectly due to the softer tone of voice.
"Just Be Friends" It's really notorious, for both good and bad reasons. The lyrics are just one big Tear Jerker. "Answer" is the response to this particular song, which treads a fine line between catharsis and heartache.
Try "Just Close Your Eyes". Anything by metal band MentaiRocker is excellent, heavy with great riffs. The softness in Luka's voice blends beautifully with the smooth distortion of the guitarwork. The choruses are just gorgeous, whereas the intros and verses contain a gritty, dirty guitar tone that just plain works with Luka's voice: opposites very much attract. Plus, this band has outstanding programming, with the only indications of her artificial nature - beyond the inhuman beauty of her voice - occuring when she sharply changes pitch.
"King Lear of California" has an easygoing swing and casually erotic lyrics, showcasing liam and Lo-Fi Suicide's ample talent.
"Cosmos" is a quick-paced rock song about flowers, stars, and dreams. Made by Otetsu.
"Coward Mont Blanc" is just plain amazing in the excecution of Gumi's voice. The only drawback is that it's difficult to get the emotion across until the end, when it hits you with the real meaning of the song.
"Sorry for Being a Closet Otaku", another funny song by Gumi about being an otaku, and getting found out by people she did not expect: her male classmate, whom she meets at a cosplay convention while being a cosplayer herself when he wants to take a picture of her, and later her father, whom she meets at a Maid Cafe where she works, and he's her customer. She gets both of them to keep it a secret.
"Taking Shelter From The Rain", another tragic love song about meeting a boy she likes after taking shelter from the rain and getting close to him, but then he dies at the end.
"Ten-Faced" is a completely addicting Gumi song about her acting like other people after having her heart-broken, which leads to her crush thinking she has multiple personality disorder. Or something like that. It also sounds cool. It's odd, but awesome. And with the advent of GUMI V3, we have "Ten-Faced -colorful version-".
"That's Not Enough", a very cute song by Gumi with Kaito, Len, and Gakupo providing a Du-wop style backing chorus.
"Time Warped After Chopping My Beetle" is a bit of a mouthful, and the beginning of the song is pretty weird; but the ending is just so heartwarming and has a very valuable message.
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.
"Halloween Requiem by the Engloids. Who said they weren't awesome?! Extremely catchy and a bit nightmarish, if not a bit unintelligable at times. Having the Japanese Vocaloids as the demons was a creative touch.
A Thousand Years (yes, that song from Twilight) duet by Avanna and Kaito blends well nicely and perfectly.
"magnet" is a song about forbidden love. This, the original, is sung by Miku and Luka, though there seems to be one for every conceivable pairing. Including Kaito and Kaito.
One of the latest installments pairs Kaito and Aoki, and somehow having the two of them the same size. It's up to you to decide whether Kaito shrunk or Aoki grew to human size (though likely the former, given how high he sings).
Miku and GUMI's Matryoshka. Super catchy, a little bit crazy, a teensy bit creepy, 100% amazing.
"Nakimushi Kareshi" cover by Iroha and Piko is just beautiful. Not only is it one of the most realistic sounding Vocaloid songs, but it is quite possibly the closest Piko has come to sounding like the real Piko yet.
This Psychopath cover by Kiyoteru and Big Al is very well done and one of the few songs that uses both a Japanese and English Vocaloid that doesn't try to force one of them to sing in the other languge.
Snow in Bethlehem sung by Luka Megurine and Kaai Yuki. A heartwarming Christmas song.
Secret After School is a both awesome and catchy piece featuring 9 Vocaloid girls (with VY1 / Mizki included in final chorus). There's something satisfying hearing a Morning Musume-esque song, Yuki sings scandalous lyrics aside.
The first time these two have ever sung together: Piko and Gumi's Moon Walker.
Meiko, Len, Rin, Miku, and Kaito get together to sing "Uninstall, and it is even more awesome and terrifying than the original.
"Witch" by Luka Megurine, the Kagamine Twins, Hatsune Miku, and Gackpoid is a song that tells of a woman who is accused of using witchcraft to seduce the man she is in love with. The song's intro is a highlight, as is the melodic, Latin-filled chorus. While listening, ask yourself, "Who is the witch: Luka or Miku"?
Prepare to be blown off by the awesomeness of Gumi and Iroha covering "That is Me" (also known as "I am Mrs de Winter") from Rebecca the Musical. A duet so godly and well made.
Zutto, Zutto is one of the best sounding songs out there, featuring a nigh human-sounding Meiko, Kaito, Miku, Rin, and Len. It's also one of the few videos featuring more than one character that completely averts Shipping; the entire cast just seems like one big, happy family.
That Wonderful Love Once More is the oldest, confirmed non-demo song in Vocaloid history, sung by the prototype versions of Meiko and Kaito in 2003. It's about how Meiko and Kaito met and became friends while in development. In the end, Meiko leaves (following the fact that she was released first), but she promises to Kaito that she's his...(It wasn't continued in the end.) A bit of Vocaloid history is in the description as well.
"Aniimo" by Gakupo and Gumi is a cute and funny parody song (sung to the tune of "Go Google It!") about a brother-sister pair in an arguement, due to the (older) bother exhibiting his Big Brother Instinct tendencies thinking she's going out with a guy while the (younger) sister complains how overbearing he is (in reality she has Big Brother Attraction and was actually out buying him a birthday present).
Fall Into the Invisible Black is a gorgeous Vocaloid/UTAU duet featuring Hatsune Miku and Sorane Rana. It's notable for being the first song featuring an Overseas (non-Japanese) UTAU to be sold commercially.
The cover version sung by Nekomura Iroha and Megurine Luka is very beautiful as well.
Miku, Rin, and Len cover Def Leppard's "Stagefright", complete with a cheering crowd and effects to simulate a live concert, and some amazing vocalization by Miku to sound like a hard core rock singer.
Luka, Miku, IA, Rin, and Gumi's "Pomp and Circumstance". A very catchy tune that's great to dance to, but especially notable for the moaning sounds the five vocaloids make at certain parts of the song.
"Existence Imagination" was created as a collaboration between 13 people, and the result is an epic, uplifting song. It is sung by nine vocaloids (Miku, Meiko, Kaito, Luka, Rin, Len, Gakupo, Gumi and IA).
Piko and Iroha's cover of the same song is incredibly amazing, especially the way they tuned Piko to sound more masculine.
"Yield", originally by the band Sound Horizon, covered by IA as the main singer, Yukari as the narrator, and Piko and the Kagamines as backup singers. This cover manages to replicate the unusual singing style of the original and still have an unique sound of itself.
He also does awesome versions of Ippou Tsuukou (One-way Traffic) and Tetrodotoxin Synthesizer No. 2. Not to mention the non-Vocaloid songs Ponponpon and Tsukema Tsukeru (originally by Kyaru Pamyu Pamyu).
Lasah's cover of kous' Lying Fake Flower blows Miku's original version out of the water.
Take a listen to this fantastic cover duet of "Cendrillon" and enjoy... Then realize that the "female" vocalist isn't actually female at all...
Sekihan's cover of Bad End Night. No, that's not the Nico Nico Chorus - that's entirely the voice of one guy.
cosMo's Disappearance of Hatsune Miku. The album's out now, and it's beautiful.
Sasakure's Shuumatsu-ron series, four songs by Rin, Gumi, Luka, and Miku in which humanity is slowly wiped out by a nuclear war and an alien attack destroying the atmosphere, as reflected in four people's stories of life and love. It culminates in Miku's infamous Tear Jerker "*Hello, planet."
Samfree's Night series for a reminder of how fun Eurobeat is; the type you'd love to play at rave parties.
For those wondering: Luka, Gumi, Miki, Nana (An UTAU, but apparently it got Samfree's collaboration in its making, ergo, song), Lily, Nekomura and, most recently, Piko. And Miku. And just for kicks, Tako Luka. How's that for dedication.
Also Len, though it's unclear if samfree was involved.
Soundless Voice/Proof of life and Prisoner/Paper Planes rock this.
The Seven Deadly Sins ("Story Of Evil" (Rin, Len and Haku; represents Pride), "Evil Food Eater Conchita" (Meiko;, represents Gluttony), "Tailorshop On Enbizaka" (Luka; represents Envy), "Madness of Duke Venomania" (Gakupo; represents Lust), "Judgement Of Corruption" (Kaito; represents Greed), and "Gift From Princess Sleep-Bringer" (Miku; represents Sloth); Wrath has yet to be released, but is scheduled to be sung by Gumi.)
The Clockwork Lullaby Series ("Clockwork Lullaby" (Rin), "Girl of a Miniature Garden" (Miku), "Re_Birthday" (Len), and "Heartbeat Clocktower" (Kaito), "Chrono Story" (Luka), "Capriccio Farce" (Multiple Vocaloids).
The End of Four Series note This is a lesser known series ("Master of the Graveyard" (Meiko), "Master of the Court" (Miku). "Master of the Hellish Yard" and "Master of the Heavenly Yard" have yet to be released, but the former will most likely be sung by Gumi, and the latter sung by Len.)
The entire Dark Woods Circus series, starring Miku:
It's a brilliant, brilliant series, all the songs are beautiful, the story is terrifying, and speaking of which, watch out for serious scare quotient. Dark Woods Circus in particular is simply wonderful.
The "Dr. Realist" by cosMo is a mix of philosophy, scary, and just plain awesome.
The "Afterschool Demise Game" project by 150P. It's apparently about urban legends and Doppelgangers with a few helpings of terror. Three songs so far from the album have been posted and translated, but a crossfade can be found here.
The "The New Testament: The Gods' Sealed Eden" series. It is set in the future and revolves around Eve, an immortal Artificial Human who either travels through time or experiences simulations of the past in order to learn about life. So far, only the first installment is out:
"Hana wa Sakuragi, Hito wa Kimi" ("The blossoms are of the cherry trees, the person is you"), a fascinating, complex song with an exceptionally beautiful PV.
The "Do Vocaloids Dream of Doomsday Birds?" series by Sasakure.UK, four songs about the end of the world. All of them are incredibly well-made chiptune and video game-like songs, with most of them being absolute Tear Jerkers.
Our 16bit Warz A song about someone fighting in the war that's ending the world and her thoughts about it. The lyrics are a big Mind Screw.
The Wanderlast A dying robot sings a never-ending song in the hopes of it reaching someone.
Hello, Planet. A robot travels the ruined landscape of the post-apocalyptic world in the hopes of finding her master.
Pane Dhiria is the original song by a breathy Kaito, which initially doesn't work for the type of song it really is. However, Teto's Rendition brings out the full power of the song better, and really helps the song around. In addition, the Nico Nico Chorus version makes the whole thing come out in full blossom, attacking the listener with the full capabilities of the song.
The amazing "Pandashka" should be mentioned. Double the hachi, double the awesome.
akka's two other P Vs are already on this page (they're the famous Yowamushi Montblanc and Mozaik Role), but check out the third, also to a DECO*27 song. Complete with Persona and Evangelion references!
Sukone Tei's "13km" is bloody amazing/adorable and damn catchy too.
The original "Matryoshka" sung by Miku and GUMI is great, but the Teto and Ritsu cover is very epic in its own right, especially with the occasional added tweak to their voices, giving the overall effect that the singers aren't quite mentally stable...
The original Miku versions of "out of step" and "Ura-Omote Lovers" are pretty nice, but thesecovers with Tony Yonné take the vocals to another level. Just listen to that ending note in his cover of "out of step".
Thisisa FUCKING amazing mash-up of 134 songs, done on piano. It's just— Words cannot describe.
Luna Amane's cover of Goodbye One-Way-Heart is waay better than Miku's version. Despite UTAUs being famous for their mechanical sound, in this version it works just so well and gives the song new feeling.
The A Cappella Canon in D by Teto, Luna, Mako, and Ron turns the Classical piece into something out of a Nintendo piece. Is it corny to think that this is awesome? Yes. But is it cool considering? Hells yes.
This Utau cover of Song of a Robot's Ear is awesome. Much like "Smiling" and "Mr. Music" this song uses an extensive amount of Utaus. You're thinking 7? More like 317. Yeah.
Matsudappoiyo's cover of "Stargazer" is truly fantastic, especially considering how frickin' hard it was getting him to sound that amazing.
Although Acme Iku's version of Namae no Nai Uta/Nameless Song wouldn't be called "good" by usual standards, there's something about her unusual voice, combined with the lyrics and background music, that makes it strangely beautiful. It can also be a tearjerker if you consider how Iku is usually used—the song can be interpreted as her lamenting her unhappy life (for those who aren't familiar with the song, it's about a person sitting alone in a room, singing a song that nobody else will ever hear).
Kyaami ("cillia" on Nico Nico Douga) does amazing, amazing things with Ritsu's new Kire voicebank. In addition to -ERROR above, she's made +REVERSE, HOPE and Jitter Doll. Pretty much all of them are superior to the originals.
The songs "Hope," "Lost Story," and "Palette" have already been listed, and are appropriately so, but then Yuyoyuppe went and remixed them all into a mega-fuckton of amazing.