Ear Worm / Mega Man

  • 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 Mega Man 1 game so 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 Mega Man 2. Guess which song they use for the main menu of the Anniversary Collection.
    • 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.
  • Mega Man 9's Galaxy Man's theme is pretty catchy.
  • For more modern games, Sheep Man from Mega Man 10 gets stuck in your ear.
  • From the Mega Man X series, Boomer Kuwanger and Flame Stag's stages.
    • 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 Mega Man Battle Network series: Internet theme for BN3, the secret area music, and the opening theme
  • Area B of Mega Man ZX. Short level, memorable music.
  • 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.
  • Proto Man's iconic whistle.
  • Roll's theme song "Kaze yo Tsutaete". It began in Mega Man: Battle & Chase and has since been featured as her theme every time she guest stars as a playable character in a Capcom vs. Whatever game. The catchiness of the tune certainly helped it get stuck in your head long after you stopped listening to it.

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