Awesome Music / Vocaloid Hatsune Miku

A subpage for the Vocaloid awesome music page.

  • "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.
  • 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.
  • "Lonely UFO" by Pinocchio-P.
  • "Lost and Found", a sasakure-P song with lovely meaningful lyrics and a great surrealist PV, which happens to make good use of Append Miku's sweet and dark voicebanks.
  • "Love is War." The classics never get old.
  • Ever heard of this certain song by Vocatrance producer Clean Tears? You'll Love It!
  • "Parades" makes you want to go out on an adventure.
  • "Paradise Cage", an amazing rock song with an equally amazing video.
  • "Party Junkie", a sexy and sultry techno/rave mix any hardcore raver could appreciate!
  • "Palette World Breakdown" has a major charm about it once you realize that the music was produced by CYTOKINE and Tsukimido who are usually associated with Touhou.
  • "Patchwork Staccato" by Toa, a soft yet flighty ditty about cutting ties and how much it will hurt.
  • Her cover of Iguchi Yuka's "Platinum Disco" from Nisemonogatari.
  • "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.
  • "Popipo", another classic, and one of the few songs that makes Hatsune Miku Fun Personified. And there's also her own English translation. Also check out the Ryu☆ remix.
  • "Ray" by Minamoto-ya, featured in Sound Voltex.
  • "RayForce @ Miku-san", a cover of "G", the Stage 2 music from Ray Force. Silly lyrics aside, it's nothing short of amazing.
  • "Redial". The PV is very professional, the lyrics are meaningful, and the tone is just so lively.