- Revo is a composer not to be underestimated. For references, this is Conflict's Chime. That's just the random encounter theme. Fighting to the End and That Person's Name Is... make up the boss themes.
- Airy the Fairy's battle themes, Wicked Thing, Wicked Battle and Wicked Flight are absolutely astounding.
- The Final Boss theme, Serpent Eating the Ground, takes things to a whole new level. There are multiple stages to the music, each with their own theme and emotion; the beginning makes it clear you're up against nothing short of divinity with the combination of Ominous Latin Chanting and the raging electric guitar. As the music continues, it changes to something far more downbeat, and you can feel the desperation and despair of the party as Ouroborus begins devouring planets, with nothing they can do to stop him. Then, just when all hope seems lost...BOOM. "You Are My Hope", "Windward", "Baby Bird" and "Love's Vagrant", bursting through the dark clouds, seamlessly woven together for the ultimate "HELL YES" counterattack!
- Ibitsu Naru Shinen Sono na ha Mao, the Nemesis Boss theme for the Ba'al monsters, is a discordant, terrifying, glorious musical piece perfect for these bosses who are Nightmare Fuel incarnate. The live version of it is awesome too.
- Each character also has a particular Leitmotif that plays when they perform a Special attack.
- Tiz has You Are My Hope, Agnès has Wind's Course, Edea has Baby Bird, and Ringabel has Love's Vagrant.
- Taken up another notch with the vocal versions. Special note for Ringabel's version. That voice sound familiar? It should. That's the voice of Revo himself, aka the singer and composer of Guren No Yumiya!
- The full version of Praline A La Mode's Love in the Crossfire makes it easy to see why her singing can make her fanclub unit invincible.
- On the non-battle tracks side, we also have, among others, World of Scattering Flowers, a slow and sad piece perfect for the deaths during which it is played, and Land of Sand and Time, a very catchy and desert-like theme that plays in Ancheim.
- Visitor, the theme of the Eternian Jobmasters, is delightfully diabolical, perfectly embodying the mix of menace and comedy that the Duchy's forces provide.
- Now take all those great songs and turn it Up to Eleven with the live concert. Each theme is handled so amazingly well that it's eargasm incarnate! Songs like "The Flying Airship", the main battle theme, "Beneath the Duchy's Banner", and the final boss themes, sound amazing when done live!
Awesome Music / Bravely Default