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I can't beat Air Man, Okkusenman, and this other song by a Japanese music group lamenting the frustration factors of Elec Man/Guts Man's stages, as well as the Yellow Devil's attack pattern. The first and third ones mentioned above were both made by Team Nekokan.
Kuria Made wa Nemuranai (No Sleep Until Clear!) is the name of the song about three of the factors that made the first game so Mega Man 1 Nintendo Hard, and Team Nekokan, the band who made this, also has a couple of versions of Airman Ga Taosenai as well.
The original Mega Man's Cut Man's Stage music.
The opening music from . Guess which song they use for the main menu of the Anniversary Collection.
Mega Man 2 Flash Man's theme.
Metal Man's theme.
Bubble Man's theme.
Dr. Wily's themes, stage 1 and 2, in 2.
Gemini Man's theme from .
Mega Man 3 Mega Man 4's final boss theme.
Pharaoh Man's theme.
Skull Man's theme.
Mega Man 5's Crystal Man's stage.
Galaxy Man's theme is pretty catchy.
Mega Man 9's For more modern games, Sheep Man from gets stuck in your ear.
Mega Man 10 From the series, Boomer Kuwanger and Flame Stag's stages.
Mega Man X As X bosses go, Crystal Snail is pretty obscure and a bit silly. The music, though, will sneak up on you at the worst times.
Seriously, no love for Storm Eagle?
Ear worm songs from the series: Mega Man Battle Network Internet theme for BN3, the secret area music, and the opening theme
Area B of . Short level, memorable music.
Mega Man ZX Powered Up's title theme.
The Megas take a lot of these ear worms Up to Eleven by giving catchy lyrics to the already catchy tunes.
"Welcome to my level, my name is Metal Man/I throw metal blades from my metal hands/I dance around with style and finesse/better watch out for these blades or you'll end up headless." - Metal Dance.