Let's just go out on a limb and say that all of Pogo's music is Awesome Music. But, here are some specific examples.
- A nostalgic music box-based beat? Cool. Ethereal vocal samples? Awesome. A Windows 95 startup sound playing backwards in the background? Great. All of them at once? Mary's Magic.
- SquareBob SpongeMix, an awesome trip through the show's glory days.
- Living Island is just full of the most gleefully nostalgic vibes. It's a feel-good song whether or not you watched the show it is based off of.
- Muppet Mash is both awesome and heartwarming at the same time.
- Davyd is a mix of Awesome Music, Sweet Dreams Fuel, and a Tear Jerker, considering the movie that was remixed.
- Stop what you're doing right now, and listen to Can O Woop Ass and listen to Nick's voice. This is almost entirely acapella, mind you. And there's The Planet.
- The Phatty. Nick sure was having fun with that synthesizer.
- Skyrim Symphony. It's five minutes of medieval awesome!
- All U Eva Need, a mix of none other than Prince Fleaswallow.
- Adios Amor, an ultra-relaxing remix of Casablanca.
- Falling Far, a more recent Soundcloud track with a refreshing and exciting amount of energy.
- Could you imagine Pogo making a mix of Donald Trump? Well, imagine no more. Combined with a catchy beat, it's surprisingly uplifting.
- Splurgenshitter, one of Pogo's earliest songs, will arguably be the greatest and most peaceful two minutes of your life. Pogo's dancing in that video is awesome on its own right. While wearing a Darth Vader mask, no less.
- White Magic. Just try sleeping to that song.
- Mending. Just wants to make you bounce around, doesn't it?
- There was no better way to open the album than with Standing Before the Earth. It's a soothing, instrumental track (aside from some vocal samples that are nearly buried under the sound) that wouldn't be too out of place on an Aphex Twin record, and it encapsulates this utterly amazing feeling...like standing before the earth.
- Moons In Her Eyes, the perfect mix of nostalgic feelgoodness. There's even an extended version.
- In four minutes, Go Out and Love Someone manages to tell a love story more enthralling than most feature-length films have told.
- Precious Things is essentially the orchestration of a fine, bright morning.
- Take some subtle elements of world music and combine it with a mystical and ethereal sound, and you get Spiritus.