- "Bokura no Digital World", a memorial song for the first two seasons: all 24 starring cast members, the narrator, and the opening and ending song's performers.
- Break Up! (yes the exclamation point is part of it) comes out in the top.
- Also, Beat Hit. The beginning is concentrated awesome. Particularly for Stingmon/X-Vmon's Jogress Evolution, as the song syncs up the rapid drum beats with the visual of Paildramon firing his machine guns to great effect.
- Digimon Adventure 02's English dub has "Let's Kick It Up", "I'm Going Digital", "Run Around", "Strange", and "Change Into Power", all of which are quite awesome.
- "Here We Go". The little, 5-second version that plays when they enter the digital world is awesome, but the longer version is EPIC. So epic that the English-dub developers HAD to use segments of the longer version in the dubbed version of the Our War Game movie! (when Wargreymon and Metalgarurumon head into the Internet to battle Diaboromon, despite the fact that they had severe battle scars...the song is truly epic!)
- Ken's theme, "Only One". Wormmon's response, "Kimi ga Yume Mita Mirai, Boku ga Yume Mita Mirai". Hopeful yet still Tear Jerking. And for good measure, an English fandub.
- The full ending themes for the second season:
- Sun Goes Down, an incredibly sweet, gentle song. It plays in the last episode, leading to a Heartwarming Moment.
- Speaking of Heartwarming Moments, Friend ~Itsumademo Wasurenai~ at the end of the second movie. The theme for the other 02 movie, Stand By Me ~Hito Natsu no Bouken is pretty great, too.
- There's also the opening, Target: Akai Shougeki, which plays during many a Hot-Blooded Moment of Awesome.
- Daisuke to Ken no Kaimono Carol. Once you've heard it, you will not be able to get it out of your head. Baby, kurisumasu da ze.
- Most of the Image Song collections for the characters are certainly worth listening to, although Daisuke's and V-mon's are really about how awesome they are. Fast forward a year, when the Natsu e no Tobira CD Drama (The Door to Summer) comes out, yanking poor Daisuke up and down the whole damn street. The Narrative of the CD Drama is interspersed throughout with songs from the various characters, and Daisuke's occurs at The Climax. Reach For You showcases that Daisuke has grown up a fair bit (he's no longer singing off pitch); and hoo, boy, it shows. Another good Daisuke song is his 10th Anniversary Special: "Ashita". Much more cheerful than "Reach For You", and much less depressing than "Natsu e no Tobira".
- Also comes "Heroic Goodbye", a reprise of the movie's "Power of Love" which in the season finale turned the Heroic Second Wind of the original into a tearjerking Redemption Equals Death, a song that could be seen to befit "aftermath" scenes.
Awesome Music / Digimon Adventure 02