Lufia and the Fortress of Doom
- The first game introduced many of the awesome themes that would reappear in later games, such as Last Battle, the Doom Island theme.
- The boss theme. So catchy that it became the final boss theme in Lufia: Curse of the Sinistrals!
- The final boss theme remixes both the boss theme and Battle of the Island in the Void, then adds an electric guitar solo.
- The Normal Battle Theme makes grinding and fighting all of those normal battles much easier than in most JRPGs.
- The intro theme, Battle of the Island in the Void, is the Leitmotif of the Sinistrals throughout the game, being remixed into other songs such as the final boss theme.
- The Cave and Silent Shrine tracks were reused in Curse of the Sinistrals, and it's hard not to know why.
Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals
- The Savior of Those on Earth is one of the more well-known tracks from the game.
- The catchy Boss theme.
- The equally awesome Sinistral battle theme.
- The Sinistral theme from the first game, Battle of the Island in the Void, is strangely absent from its sequel...except for Daos's Theme.
- Tranquility, one of the game's most peaceful and beautiful tracks.
- Most of these songs (as well as a few from the original game) were remade for the DS version, and it is amazing. Last Battle in particular stands out.
Lufia: The Legend Returns
- Last Battle once again, now in 8-bit!
- All the overworld themes.
- The game has a whole bunch of good battle themes too:
- Battle #1, the regular battle theme, is surprisingly long and laid-back for a battle theme. Not that that's a bad thing...
- Battle #2, the boss theme.
- Battle #3, the Sinistral boss theme. It's not quite as recognized as the theme from Lufia II, but still gives a sense of fighting a strong opponent.
- Kaikami Guard Daos is a rockin' theme suited for the single boss it plays against.
- Battle #4 is a fast rock song and among the best-known and most well-loved of Lufia 3's music.
- And of course, the final boss's battle theme.
Lufia: The Ruins of Lore
- The Gaiden Game of the series doesn't skimp on awesome battle themes:
- The standard Battle theme, a remix of the Lufia II battle theme. And it gets an 8-bit rendition as the Ancient Cave Battle theme. (The Ancient Cave Boss Battle music is pretty cool too.)
- The alternate Battle theme is catchy as all hell.
- The normal Boss music is epic enough.
- The Final Battle. Just in case you had any doubt this was the final boss...
- The Elder, the theme of the final dungeon, bears some resemblance to the final dungeon theme of the previous Lufia games, and is certainly just as cool.
- The cave theme is one of the game's better-known tracks, and for good reason.
- History of Gratze ~ Ragule, which plays during Ragule's backstory and replaces the standard World Map theme after Eristol is raised from the sea.