If there's one thing LocoRoco proves, it's that if a song is catchy enough, it doesn't matter if the lyrics are complete gibberish.
Title and Character Themes
- First off is the title screen theme, "LocoRoco Song" ("LocoRoco no Uta" in Japan), which has unique versions for each character: Yellow, Pink, Blue, Black, Red, and Green.
- The sequel's title theme is even more upbeat, with tons of wacky cartoon sound effects added for good measure.
- Midnight Carnival's title theme is a Villain Song sung by the BuiBuis, and man, is it catchy.
- Kulche's theme, "Bu Bu Poruche", is an upbeat surf rock-style song guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
- Priffy's theme, "Consepontwa", is a light jazz piece befitting the flower-filled area you find her in.
- Tupley's theme, "Tajya Natata", sounds like something out of a cheesy 80's musical, in the best way possible.
- Budzi's theme, "Zappudo Geron", is a funky disco song that greatly diminishes the creepy nature of the area you find him in.
- Pekeroné's theme, "Panguraratta", is a laid-back reggae tune with some really fast vocals.
- Chavez's theme, "Bucho Mio", is a fast-paced Mediterranean rock song that almost sounds too intense for this game.
- Viole's theme, "Arten Daffu", is an 80's punk rock song that firmly establishes her as the "tomboy" character of the group.
- The appropriately named Moja's Song, a Villain Song sung by Mojas, Bonmucho, some BuiBuis and Majoliné, is probably the most danceable force of destruction and corruption ever.
- "Dadhi Dado Da" plays in the bright and cheery fields of Franzea, and is just overflowing with Sweet Dreams Fuel.
- "Moinoi Moinoi" is a hoedown-style song that plays in Perculoka and BungaBongo. The Midnight Carnival arrangement gives it more of a big band feel.
- "Yare Yare" is a mellow song with a steady drumbeat that plays in the Yamboona Tree. The Midnight Carnival arrangement goes for more of a country theme.
- "Oreo" plays in Jaojab, and really captures the feel of exploring ruins deep in the jungle. The Midnight Carnival arrangement is a lot more lively, sounding like an ancient village in the middle of a festival.
- "Doda Doda" is a slow song that plays in Shamplin. It makes use of a technique called "Sprechgesang", where the vocals are spoken instead of sung. The Midnight Carnival arrangement has a distinct lounge music feel to it.
- "Moro Mojya Nga" is an upbeat funk song that plays in the mushroom-filled regions of Kelapton. The Midnight Carnival arrangement takes the funk factor and dials it Up to Eleven.
- "Yoi Yore" is a relaxing tropical song that plays in the aptly-named Tropuca. Like with Doda Doda, the Midnight Carnival arrangement gives this song the lounge treatment.
- "Pupapu Poapoa" is a calming jazz song that plays under the starry skies of Chapo-Wahr. The Midnight Carnival arrangement adds more instruments to the mix, making it sound even more jazzy.
- "Uwauwau" is a bouncy song that plays whenever you're inside a giant creature.
- "Kuttetekaruna" is a frantic and ominous song that plays in Dolangomeri. The Midnight Carnival arrangement turns it into, of all things, surf rock.