- "Haru-Natsu-Aki-Fuyuu", aka "Four Seasons", accompanies Kat storming a castle taken over by a skeleton samurai to save her sister and the prince/princess.
- There's a higher-quality music video version in Mega Party Game$.
- "Koe no Tadayo Namima Made", aka "Drifting Away" or "Floating Voices", accompanies Dribble and Spitz's taxi ride.
- The BGM during the Pyoro minigames becomes faster and gains more instruments as your score increases, eventually becoming surprisingly rocking.
- Wario Ware: Mega Party Game$ has Shinobi Game aka "Stealth Turtles", which plays during Kat & Ana's turtle-balancing game.
- Wario Ware: Twisted! has the Mona Pizza jingle, in both English and Japanese. Dribble and Spitz's stage lets you choose the accompanying music; amongst the choices available are the Taxi Symphony and Dribble and Spitz's instrumental theme.
- Wario de Mambo, Wario de Mambo, Wario de Mambo, Nya nya nya nyah!
- Wario Ware: Touched! has Ashley's Theme and "Rock The Mike!". The Mona Pizza jingle from Twisted! also cameoed with an awesome enhanced version, again in English and Japanese.
- Wario Ware: Smooth Moves continues the tradition of music in Dribble and Spitz's stage with "Tomorrow Hill".
- The final boss theme "Wii Dancing".
- D.I.Y. has "Body Rock" for Jimmy T's stage.
- The pre-made records in D.I.Y. do a tremendous job of showing what the game's built-in MIDI sequencer is capable of doing. Mona's records are remixes of classical pieces, Jimmy T's records are all based on locations around the world, Ashley's records are made to be sung along to, Orbulon's records use the instruments and composer tools in unusual ways, and 9-Volt's records are, of course, remixes of songs from other Nintendo games.
- Super Metroid Theme, is this heavy metal piece really made in NDS?
- The Credits Medley is absolutely gorgeous.
- This theme from Game & Wario that plays on one of the minigames simply called Ashley which also contains Musical Nods to her theme.
Awesome Music / WarioWare