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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e51hgWIsY4M opening theme song]] that was recorded by [[Music/TheBlackEyedPeas will.i.am]] for the first four seasons is a simple yet catchy hip hop tune.

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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e51hgWIsY4M com/watch?v=HqPht3zx3AQ opening theme song]] that was recorded by [[Music/TheBlackEyedPeas will.i.am]] for the first four seasons is a simple yet catchy hip hop tune.


* The absolutely ''epic'' music in "Robo-Samurai vs. Mondo-Bot" when Jack, inside the Robo-Samurai, is marching out of the ocean to face the Mondo-Bot, is as brassy, bombastic, and ''magnificent'' as any HumongousMecha show has ever had, [[spoiler: and gets an appropriately glorious reprise in the final season when the Mondo-Bot [[DynamicEntry smashes through the wall of Aku's fortress.]]]]

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* The absolutely ''epic'' music in "Robo-Samurai vs. Mondo-Bot" when Jack, inside the Robo-Samurai, is marching out of the ocean to face the Mondo-Bot, is as brassy, bombastic, and ''magnificent'' as any HumongousMecha show has ever had, [[spoiler: and gets an appropriately glorious reprise in the final season when the Mondo-Bot [[DynamicEntry smashes through the wall of Aku's fortress.]]]]fortress]]]].


* The absolutely ''epic'' music in "Robo-Samurai vs. Mondo-Bot" when Jack, inside the Robo-Samurai, is marching out of the ocean to face the Mondo-Bot, is as brassy, bombastic, and ''magnificent'' as any HumongousMecha show has ever had, [[spoiler: and gets an appropriately glorious reprise in the final season when the Mondo-Bot [[DynamicEntry smashes through the wall of Aku's fortress.]]

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* The absolutely ''epic'' music in "Robo-Samurai vs. Mondo-Bot" when Jack, inside the Robo-Samurai, is marching out of the ocean to face the Mondo-Bot, is as brassy, bombastic, and ''magnificent'' as any HumongousMecha show has ever had, [[spoiler: and gets an appropriately glorious reprise in the final season when the Mondo-Bot [[DynamicEntry smashes through the wall of Aku's fortress.]]]]]]



* The sweetly beautiful melody that closes the end of the series.

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* The sweetly beautiful melody that closes [[EarnYourHappyEnding the end of the series.series]].


* The absolutely ''epic'' music in "Robo-Samurai vs. Mondo-Bot" when Jack, inside the Robo-Samurai, is marching out of the ocean to face the Mondo-Bot, is as brassy, bombastic, and ''magnificent'' as any HumongousMecha show has ever had, [[spoiler: and gets an appropriately glorious reprise in the final season when the Mondo-Bot [[DynamicEntry smashes through the wall]] [[HolyShitQuotient of Aku's fortress.]] ]]

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* The absolutely ''epic'' music in "Robo-Samurai vs. Mondo-Bot" when Jack, inside the Robo-Samurai, is marching out of the ocean to face the Mondo-Bot, is as brassy, bombastic, and ''magnificent'' as any HumongousMecha show has ever had, [[spoiler: and gets an appropriately glorious reprise in the final season when the Mondo-Bot [[DynamicEntry smashes through the wall]] [[HolyShitQuotient wall of Aku's fortress.]] ]]


* Some of the music for the trailers counts as this, such as ''Music/CarpenterBrut's'' "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXtujxT9rzA Hang 'Em All]]" and "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0ZkhlJUQAM Division Ruine]]" from the main trailer and Lorn's "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMQiMosF1B0 555-5555]]" for the teaser to Episode 3. Special mention goes to Chris Devoe's [[https://soundcloud.com/chrisdevoe/samurai-jack-promo-remix remix of the main theme]] for the promo of episode 2.

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* Some of the music for the trailers counts as this, such as ''Music/CarpenterBrut's'' Music/CarpenterBrut's "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXtujxT9rzA Hang 'Em All]]" and "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0ZkhlJUQAM Division Ruine]]" from the main trailer and Lorn's "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMQiMosF1B0 555-5555]]" for the teaser to Episode 3. Special mention goes to Chris Devoe's [[https://soundcloud.com/chrisdevoe/samurai-jack-promo-remix remix of the main theme]] for the promo of episode 2.


* Some of the music for the trailers counts as this, such as Carpenter Brut's "Hang 'Em All" from the main trailer and Lorn's "555-5555" for the teaser to Episode 3. Special mention goes to Chris Devoe's [[https://soundcloud.com/chrisdevoe/samurai-jack-promo-remix remix of the main theme]] for the promo of episode 2.

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* Some of the music for the trailers counts as this, such as Carpenter Brut's "Hang ''Music/CarpenterBrut's'' "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXtujxT9rzA Hang 'Em All" All]]" and "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0ZkhlJUQAM Division Ruine]]" from the main trailer and Lorn's "555-5555" "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMQiMosF1B0 555-5555]]" for the teaser to Episode 3. Special mention goes to Chris Devoe's [[https://soundcloud.com/chrisdevoe/samurai-jack-promo-remix remix of the main theme]] for the promo of episode 2.

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* The track playing during Jack’s training montage in “Jack Learns to Jump Good” has a pretty good rhythm to it.


* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e51hgWIsY4M opening theme song]] that was recorded by [[Music/TheBlackEyedPeas will.i.am]] for the first four seasons, which is a simple yet catchy hip hop tune.

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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e51hgWIsY4M opening theme song]] that was recorded by [[Music/TheBlackEyedPeas will.i.am]] for the first four seasons, which seasons is a simple yet catchy hip hop tune.


* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e51hgWIsY4M opening theme song]] recorded by [[Music/TheBlackEyedPeas will.i.am]] for the first four seasons, a simple yet catchy hip hop tune.

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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e51hgWIsY4M opening theme song]] that was recorded by [[Music/TheBlackEyedPeas will.i.am]] for the first four seasons, which is a simple yet catchy hip hop tune.


* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e51hgWIsY4M opening theme song]] recorded by [[Music/TheBlackEyedPeas will.i.am]] for the first four seasons, a simple yet catchy hip hop tune.



* The opening theme song recorded by [[Music/TheBlackEyedPeas will.i.am]] for the first four seasons, a simple yet catchy hip hop tune.


* James L. Venable's entire score for the first series. Honestly, with all the other sounds telling the story, you won't miss dialogue.

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL731770664C274D3D James L. Venable's entire score for the first series.original four seasons]]. Honestly, with all the other sounds telling the story, you won't miss dialogue.


* Some of the music for the trailers counts as this, such as Carpenter Brut's "Hang 'Em All" from the main trailer and Lorn's "555-5555" for the teaser to Episode 3. Special mention goes to Chris Devoe's [[https://soundcloud.com/chrisdevoe/samurai-jack-promo-remix Remix of the main theme]] for the promo of episode 2.

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* Some of the music for the trailers counts as this, such as Carpenter Brut's "Hang 'Em All" from the main trailer and Lorn's "555-5555" for the teaser to Episode 3. Special mention goes to Chris Devoe's [[https://soundcloud.com/chrisdevoe/samurai-jack-promo-remix Remix remix of the main theme]] for the promo of episode 2.


* Some of the music for the trailers counts as this, such as Carpenter Brut's "Hang 'Em All" from the main trailer and Lorn's "555-5555" for the teaser to Episode 3.

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* Some of the music for the trailers counts as this, such as Carpenter Brut's "Hang 'Em All" from the main trailer and Lorn's "555-5555" for the teaser to Episode 3. Special mention goes to Chris Devoe's [[https://soundcloud.com/chrisdevoe/samurai-jack-promo-remix Remix of the main theme]] for the promo of episode 2.


* The pitch-perfect noir score for "Tale of X49" is one of Venable's finest hours, and has been proven to make people cry.

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* The pitch-perfect noir score for "Tale of X49" X-9" is one of Venable's finest hours, and has been proven to make people cry.

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* The downright frightening and intimidating music that plays as Aku attacks the Emperor's kingdom in "The Birth of Evil". The music combined with the scene itself truly showcases how scary Aku can really be.

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