- The series' first opening, "Honoo no Kokuin -DIVINE FLAME-". It's JAM Project, so it's to be expected.
- The second opening, "B.B.", somehow manages to top its predecessor. The jazzy feel and even hammier vocals definitely help.
- The second ending, "FOCUS", Gratuitous English aside. It's an eclectic mix of electronica and metal, complete with funky samples and stunning vocal work.
- The soundtrack itself is composed by studio MONACA, which composed the much acclaimed NieR soundtrack. It's easy to just say everything, but that would barely do any justice to it.
- Standout pieces like León's Garo Transformation even have distinctive vocals reminiscent of NieR.
- Rafael's GAIA transformation theme which features Ominous Latin Chanting and brass on top of an awesome heavy metal riff.
- Alfonso's transformation theme used when he becomes GARO, a brassy remix of León's transformation theme.
- The Black Knight's theme, a combination of menacing strings and a pulsating trance beat.
- German's leitmotif, a catchy and relaxed song that would easily fit in Banjo-Kazooie.
- Heion na Nichijou, the low-key song used for tranquil scenes in towns.
- BATTLE 2.
- BATTLE 3.
- BATTLE 4, while not as intense, makes up for it with being menacing and tense.
- The final battle theme, used in the finale when León combines GARO and ZORO.
Awesome Music / GARO: The Animation