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This is what they're designed for. Naturally, due to the sheer number of creators pitching in their Vocaloid music creations, the end products range from poorly tuned garbage... to songs listed below.

Vocaloids are software, not actual singers, so when listing an example, please provide producer names in addition to Vocaloid names so we know what excellent talent is behind all of these songs!

Due to size, this page has been split. The following Vocaloids have their own subpages:


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  • v3xman's cover of Daniel Bedingfield's If You're Not the One, with Leon as the main vocalist and Prima backing up in the choruses. Leon's soft voice fits the track well.
  • Muzehack's original song, "Right By Your Side", a trance-ish song which samples short phrases and sounds by Leon for a catchy effect.
  • Hiru's cover of Sweet Devil, where they get Leon to sing in reaonably good Japanese and pulls off the occasional English lyrics perfectly. (Note, the PV combines both a suggestive drawing of him and MMD dancing segments, both Shirtless Scenes, hence NSFW.)
  • v3xman's cover of Take On Me shows off Leon's falsetto vocal range very well in the chorus.
  • AiLeonP's a cappella of "The Longest Time" using 5 Leons is just adorable, especially with the PV of them all lipsynching! (Unofficial YouTube mirror.)
  • Daifuku-P's cover of "Video Killed the Radio Star" with Leon joined by Miriam and Lola is uncanny.

  • Here's an interesting use of Lola in the song "Be My Baby" by muzehack.
  • Igel Calraz's cover of "Biohazard" makes LOLA sound realistic, even when hitting the highest notes of the song.
  • "Existence", by Shu-tP. A intense techno piece with powerful vocals by LOLA and spoken word segments, possibly about mourning a loved one. (Unofficial YT mirror)
  • Shu-tP also wrote "Feel the Pain", a surprisingly catchy song for telling you to "Feel the Pain". (YT reprint)
  • It's very unusual to hear Lola sing a higher range, but 電車内制作P's cover of "Fly Me to the Moon" does it well. (The link leads to NND.)
  • Anarobik's "My Time" pushes Lola close to, if not right up to, her full capabilities. The vocals are even better than they are on "Existence", and that's saying something.
  • WinterdrivE's cover of "Party Junkie" with Lola is mind-blowingly realistic for such an old Vocaloid.
  • Her cover of Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" is surprisingly clear and understandable, courtesy of Puffihn.
  • Another interesting song using Lola by muzehack again, "Take My Hand".
  • sango312's cover of "Want You Gone" shows that LOLA can still shine with the right song.

  • Curse by Zhi is a fantasy-themed song about the loneliness of immortality that manages to artfully fuse retro eurodance with Arabic folk music, giving the song a very unique and catchy flavor. (Unlisted YT reprint.)
  • Empath P's "Eulogy for Abel" is a beautiful, melancholy song about The End of the World as We Know It. (Empath herself provides the backup vocals.)
  • 電車内制作P's other rendition of "Fly Me to the Moon" using Miriam. The tuning has many similarities to the LOLA example, but MIRIAM's version has a slightly cuter sound overall.
  • Shu-tP strikes again with the catchy club song "Ice Field".
  • Interval of clouds, also by Shu-tP, has a calm yet refreshing and dance-like tune. The song isn't heavy on sophisticated lyrics, just repeating "interval of clouds", but this helps add to the overall relaxing mood of the song.
  • The remastered version of "Last Stop" by DoNotCross-P is a very beautiful and sentimental song about a bus ride.
  • Ant Taffy's "Scrap Metal" is, despite the really fast club-like rhythm, a rather sad song about a computer being aware it is past its expiration date but still working diligently for its owner.
  • Most of Puffihn's works are amazing. "Secret Space", a fast-paced yet oddly calm piece about wanting to travel into space, deserves a special mention though.
  • Another Miriam song by Puffihn, "Sunset", tells the story of someone's last day in life yet manages to sound uplifting (both due to the composition and the lyrics implying the singer will live on in people's memories).
  • Klyde Korangar's cover of "When the First Love Ends" using Miriam is very soothing and really fits the mood of the song.

     Sweet Ann 
  • Sweet Ann's cover of "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" by Green Day, courtesy of Miguel Colinet. He deserves credit not only for Sweet Ann's tuning but for recreating the instrumentals so well, too.
  • "Everlasting Love" is short but sweet. While the lyrics are in slightly mangled English, e-Capsule's tuning is realistic enough for the listener to forgive that.
  • Sweet Ann is regarded as the best of V2 Engloids, and one of the best uses of her voice is seen in Giuseppe's use of her in "Let It Be".
  • Ann Melt P's version of "Love is War" is more upbeat than the original and shows Sweet Ann's pronunciation skills well.
  • Her cover of Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up". Very nicely made despite Guiseppe intending it to be sort of a joke.
  • Gumbi500's "Night Illusion" is a stylish track reminiscent of early 2010s electropop, and tells the story of a nightclubbing woman meeting someone who falls in love with her, but she has no desire for a romantic relationship.
  • Shopanya's English cover of "Rolling Girl". Not only does it push Ann to her limits, she manages to sound almost exactly like the original while doing so! The MMD video does a good job replicating the actual Project PV, too.
  • Many people often critize Sweet Ann's English pronunciation, but Giuseppe's cover of "Still Alive" shows that she can sing in English just as well, if not better then any other Engloid when used right. Lola humming along at the end is also pretty adorable too.
  • Sweet Ann's original intention, according to PowerFX, was to sound "sassy". However, Kodakami's "Succubus" goes a little over that and straight to "sexy".
  • Once again Vocaloid Master shows off the true abilities of an English Vocaloid with Sweet Anns cover of "The Power of One". If you were a fan of Pokémon from the start, or even just a fan of the old school Pokémon, you have to watch this.
  • "Sweeter Than Sunshine" by Gumbi500 has Ann sing a ballad about how dear her loved one is to her, complete with a refreshing chill-out instrumental.
  • Her cover of ABBA's "The Winner Takes It All" is amazingly realistic, again thanks to Giuseppe.
  • Thanks to ShingoTsukino we know that she can pull off "Want You Gone" just as well.
  • Ariotsu's cover of "Wrecking Ball" sounds really good, and her pronunciation is almost perfect with well timed vibratos. Bonus points for Avanna's backing vocals.
  • llliiillliiilll's "Earthtopia" lets Sweet Ann try her hand at (very chaotic) rock, and it's nothing short of incredible, with soaring notes that show off just how powerful she can be.

  • "Entrust" by eCapsule shows that even Vocaloids designed for opera can still sound good when singing other genres (namely rave/techno).
  • ShingoTsukino's cover of Lillium. Although Shingo claims that "Her pronunciation is weird" in the description, Prima sings in surprisingly good Latin, and with the careful pitch modulations she manages to sound like an actual opera singer.
  • Ariotsu is a talented Prima user, putting out fabulous covers such as "Once Upon A December" and "Summertime Sadness" that use her voice very well.
  • Ariotsu's cover of "Slenderman" has backing vocals by Oliver, Tonio and Ann which come in during the Madness Mantra "you most certainly will die", increasing the creepiness.

    Kamui Gakupo 
  • "Alias", an awesome yet somehow beautiful metal song by Yoshihi.
  • You know how Bacterial Contamination is a scary song? Sarah Lynn's cover using Gakupo puts the vocals one octave lower than the lower throughout, while still sounding very crisp. The results are a must-listen.
  • Memzir's Japanese cover of Justin Bieber's "Boyfriend" using both Gakupo's Whisper and Power voicebanks makes it seem as if it was meant to be a J-Pop hit.
  • "Breathe" by ちーむ炙りトロ丼 exudes sexiness and charm, having a jazzy rhythm while telling the listener about letting their true emotions out.
  • Suzuki P's "Dance of the Brocade"; very interesting story and well animated PV, combined with an impressive use of both Gakupo's voice and his genderbend.
  • Kanimiso-P's "Dancing Samurai", a song catchy (and funny) enough to have received at least four fanmade videosnote .
  • "Dr. Realist" by cosMo is a philosophy sandwich with epic instrumentals and a church choir. Especially impressive is the spoken intro which is so well tuned it manages to sound emotional (even if that emotion is mocking the audience).
  • "Duke Venomania's Madness" by Akuno-P as part of the Seven Deadly Sins series has a great beat to it and, like the others in the series, is disturbingly awesome.
  • MpHp's "Embrace the Rose." The guitar solos are freaking awesome, and the visual style of the video is nice, too. Plus, the last few frames are sure to conjure up a Squee! or ten (warning for NSFW content, though).
  • mathru's "Episode 0" is extremely notable for winning a contest held by Gackt, where the prize was singing the song himself.
  • Futomomo-P's "Joker": Two parts creepy, especially with the minimalistic PV, Four parts insanely catchy.
  • Natsuzora P's "Marriage Fraud" is just lovely; smooth voice, lovely music and beautiful PV all in one.
  • "Monochrome Film" by otetsu is just fantastic. Made even better by the chorus.
  • Kiyozumi's "Specimen Girl" presents a VERY disturbingly yandere Gakupo, but his voice is used so well and the instrumentals are so catchy (and chaotic) that it borders on Creepy Awesome.
  • Owata P's self-cover of "Super Turkish March Owata" is even better than the original with Miku. It helps that Miku and Rin provide backup.
  • 水屑's "The Tragedy of Chateau Cepage" includes a yandere Gakupo which proceeds to kidnap Rin to keep her for himself and murder Kaito, Rin's lover. The tuning is very soft, combined with the low notes in the verses giving the impression that Gakupo is whispering the lyrics to his captive; like Specimen Girl above, it falls into Creepy Awesome due to the tuning (and heavy, slow instrumentals).
  • The cover of "This Messed Up, Wonderful World Exists for Me" as tuned by Aoi Haruki made Gakupo sound surprisingly realistic. Really shows you how advanced the V4 engines are.
  • Milkman Conspiracy's cover of "Want You Gone" from Portal 2, with a heavily retuned voice that sounds absolutely creepy, especially with Gakupo's accent.
  • Memzir's Japanese cover of One Direction's "What Makes You Beautiful" is quite amazing.

  • Sonika sounds awesome in the song "Bahama Mama".
  • Sonika's cover of "BPM" is very sweet and plays on her streagths.
  • This cover of Donna Summer's "Carry On" is one of the most "real" sounding Sonika songs.
  • "Cassandra" is a very nice Sonika original about the Greek myth.
  • People complain that Sonika sounds bad and glitchy but there are just gems like this original song "Fade Away". The composer even showed how to make her sound decent.
  • "Press That Accelerator" is very upbeat despite being on the short side.
  • Her cover of Biohazard arguably outdoes the original, and shows that her voice can be beautiful if used correctly.
  • "Repeat" is so catchy and danceable that you'll want to repeat over and over again.
  • "Scenery", like "Press That Accelerator", is upbeat despite its shortness.
  • Producer Ady S made an all-Sonika album called The Beautiful Stories. Best of all, it's free. Prepare some tissues.
  • Sonika's cover of Carpenters' "Top of the World" is rather nicely made, and the mood is enhanced by a very cute drawing of Sonika.
  • Also, her cover of "Where Have You Been?". Let's just say that Circus-P wins Engloids forever.

    SF-A 2 miki 
  • "Daybreak", ladies and gentlemen. This under-appreciated rock ballad where miki can send shiver to your spine. The second and forth verses are especially guaranteed to this very purpose.
  • Her cover of "Hacking to the Gate". Holy. Shit.
  • "I Rise Into the Dragon Sky", a great song with a hauntingly beautiful chant to it.
  • Her cover of "Killer Lady" makes her sound powerful and sexy.
  • "Lience" may not be a word, but the song itself has the potential to blow your mind. A slow, moderately-paced build up to running for your life from a crazed yandere miki is enough to give any listener goosebumps!
  • "Lolwat" is just another reason people miss Matt9five.
  • "Miki's Feelings". Prepare for some cuteness overload, especially when she says her name.
  • "Satellite" is a pretty awesome song that captures her alienness.

    Kaai Yuki 
  • "Atomic Eyes" gives us teenage badass Yuki.
  • This cover of Yuzuki Yukari's "Balsam" is just hauntingly sad and soft.
  • Yuki's cover of "Castle on a Cloud" from Les Misérables may be one of the best, most natural-sounding English pieces ever produced by a Japanese Vocaloid. Here's the YouTube link.
  • Calalini by Crusher-P is about Jani Schofield, the "Born Schizophrenic" girl.note  Sadly, the original song was deleted, leaving only reposted versions on Youtube. Crusher-P remade the song and has posted it online. Although the original lyrics and story have been changed, it is still hauntingly amazing.
  • "Kyouka*99" is an adorable, catchy song...about the world ending and the boxes they were assigned to put their belongings in, with Yuki wondering what to put inside hers.
  • Her cover of "Love is War". Her very cute voice can sound really strange here to those who are familiar with the song's theme.
  • "meteor36.0" is one of the best made Yuki songs, and it's quite upbeat.
  • "Rugrats Theory", an original song based on the creepypasta of the same name. Kaai's sweet, childish voice... is singing a song about insanity and suffering.
  • Her cover of "Still Alive" from the game Portal. Amazingly good English too. Bonus points for a modified Portal logo that looks like it was modelled after Yuki.
  • "A Thief Comes and a Butterfly Dances" is a marvelous Yuki song with Rin doing backup.
  • Her cover of "Wash My Blood" (equal parts scary and awesome).
  • "The World Will Change in a Mere Moment" is a beautiful somber song with relaxing guitar tunes. The mood is enhanced by an artwork of a very somber looking Yuki playing the guitar.
  • This is an absolutely amazing cover of "World's Only Person".

    Hiyama Kiyoteru 
  • "As The Vampire" is a groovy rock song that switches between Kiyo's high and low octaves. That scream at the end...
  • Cover of Styx's "Babe", in three editions depending on the backing vocals (and other features):
  • "Beautiful Vegetable", a song about vegetables (though the background image shows some of the band members with fruits instead). Possibly Ice Mountain's answer to "PoPiPo". Features some funny use of Engrish as well. Interesting to note that in the official Ice Mountain artbook, one of the band's members (Akito Hiyama, guitarist and green grocer owner) suggested a song with lyrics based on fruits and vegetables but his idea was shot down by the others. Perhaps this serves a Take That!?
  • His cover of Green Day's "Boulevard of Broken Dreams". It's almost as if the song was made for him, despite his thick accent.
  • "Chain" by Ayuciki, which begins with a nice saxophone intro, then simply showcases Kiyoteru's vocalizations done well. It also has a nice PV.
  • His cover of the "Cutey Honey Theme Song", complete with a Crossdressing Kiyoteru (red wig included).
  • "Delete", a funny song where Kiyoteru is portrayed as a creepy and jealous Stalker with a Crush (though it is not clear between Kaito and Meiko as to who his target of affection is), and at some points in the PV, gets redrawn into The Big Guy with Scary Shiny Glasses.
  • His cover of "-Error". Great vocalization by Kiyoteru combined with some intense rock music. Try to ignore the rather ridiculous facial expression Kiyoteru has in the artwork.

     Big Al 
  • "Beat Beat Tick Tick" by Big Al is one of the first original Engloid songs out there and his voice really fits the mood of the song.
  • "Big Al Pie" by Kodakami-P (and even featured on an all Big Album!) is a fun listen with a jazzy feel to it.
  • Yet another amazing cover by Big Al; "Boats and Birds".
  • In contrast to Big Al's reputation of being a Manchild and thus being commonly associated with upbeat, fun, or just plain funny songs, his cover of Simon & Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water" is quite beautiful.
  • His cover of David Slater's "Exchange of Heart". Rather mournful and emotional, and another refreshing departure from his usual Manchild or his secondary Rated M for Manly portrayals.
  • "Fr@cture" is another awesome original song by Big Al.
  • Another move away from his Manchild persona, Little Toy Robot by Sasana-P is a very sweet, very cute song about a toy robot watching over, caring for, and generally loving their owner. The PV also has a number of Shout-Out to various famous robots.
  • Of course there's Big Al's cover of Rebecca Black's "Friday". A definitive and hilarious case of So Bad, It's Good, its YouTube video actually got tons of likes over dislikes, as opposed to the Rebecca Black original.
  • As expected, Crusher-P provides us with another example of how childhood can be so easily ruined. "HIM" ensures that you'll never see The Powerpuff Girls the same way again. That creepy melody, coupled with Al's sudden change to demonic tone, make this song pure Nightmare Fuel.
  • Another amazing use of Big Al to cover a classic: he gives Stevie Wonder's "I Just Called To Say I Love You" a very 50's feel.
  • If this cover of Right Said Fred's "I'm Too Sexy" doesn't demonstrate just how Rated M for Manly Big Al's voice can be, nothing would.
  • Ditto with his cover of John Lennon's "Imagine".
  • Big Al's cover of Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York" could potentially give Sinatra himself a run for his money.
  • "On the Earth" by Big Al is an awesome song about Big Al singing about world peace that also shows off his new Taiwanese design at the same time.
  • "Pitch Black Refrain" is a creepily dark song that uses his voice very well.
  • Even Big Al couldn't resist covering "Popipo". And in Japanese too.
  • The light hearted mood of B.J. Thomas' "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" seems to make for a very good Big Al cover.
  • Big Al's cover of "Scarborough Fair Canticle". Very beautiful and melancholy, as well as another departure from his usual Manchild image.
  • His covers of "Still Alive" and "Want You Gone" from the Portal games.
  • His cover of "Wind" is also pretty epic.

  • Here's a video of a Japanese guy making a cute Tonio stamp. Listen as Tonio sings "Funiculì, Funiculà" in the background.

  • "FACE". A beautiful PV for a beautiful song.
  • "Glide" has an awesome beat, and Lily sounds great singing it.
  • "HELL†SING" is one of the best metal songs sung by Vocaloid.

    VY1 / Mizki 
  • "boundary" by heart★breaker is a wonderful original song using VY1V4, and it's VERY expressive, especially how her tone suddenly shifts from soft to emotional and loud when the first chorus pops up.
  • Her cover for "Coward Mont Blanc" is considered one of the best versions of the song.
  • "Cyber Thunder Cider" is simply AMAZING and very energetic. There's a reason it was #1 on the rankings, the 2nd VY1 song after HAKUMEI to reach such a position.
  • Her cover of "Donor Song". Once again, her V4 voicebank makes her sound beautifully human, and the song will most likely make you cry.
  • "Doomsday Clock".
  • Natsuhiro Takaaki's "Endroll" displays some great tuning for VY1, and makes her sound as close to natural as possible.
  • "Fairytale", if only for showing the sheer power of the Vocaloid4 engine. We're serious; she sounds like a human, the most like a human any Vocaloid has to date. It was tuned by Kyaami, who most people know as Cillia.
  • "Mist and Almond". EZFG is back again with a wonderful usage of her soft voicebank.

    Gachapoid / Ryuto 
  • His cover of "U~Nya~Pu~". Prepare for cuteness overload!

    Nekomura Iroha 
  • Iroha's cover of "Risky Game". Possibly better than the original.
  • Her cover of "Answer" is very sweet sounding.
  • Her cover of "Viva La Vida" is very good, her deep voice has a great resonance with the melancholic lyrics.

    Utatane Piko 

    VY2 / Yūma 
  • His cover of "Circus Monster" showcases how completely and utterly amazing he sounds with some fine tuning.
  • His cover of the awesome power ballad "-Error"
  • His cover of Fra Lippo Lippi's "Beauty and Madness". Slow, smooth, and mellow, and perhaps a great song to fall asleep to.
  • His cover of David Slater's "Exchange of Heart". A nice change of genere in singing a ballad, and one of the few songs utilizing his new "falscetto" voicebank.
  • What do you get when you combine dubstep, the first Attack on Titan theme, and VY2's V3 voicebank? Why you get Guren No Yumiya- Kaleptik Version!
  • His cover of "Hirari, Hirari" is extremely realistic and filled with emotion not heard in even some professional singers. It's like he's about to burst into tears at any time.
  • "Kizuite Yo", another cover of his, is tops.
  • "Last Night, Good Night". For such a low pitched vocaloid, he does an amazing job at singing in Miku's range.
  • His cover of "Look This Way Baby" is rather provocative.
  • His cover of "Nyanyanyanyanyanyanya!", complete with a PV showing how pissed off he is from being forced to sing such a ridiculous song (remember that VY2 is supposed to be a serious musical instrument for professionals).
  • "Ponponpon" impossibly makes the song more catchy and adorable.
  • His cover of "Rotten Heresy and Chocolate" sounds as haunting and as awesome as the original.
  • His cover of Limahl's "The Never Ending Story" with Yuzuki Yukari on backing vocals - a great work of duet between the two.
  • His cover of Kalapana's "The Hurt", exhibiting a full ensemble of vocalists with just him alone.
  • His cover of "Thousand Sakura". There's really no words for it, except maybe AMAZING?
  • His cover of "Ura Omote Lovers" may leave you with very weird thoughts about him.

  • Her cover of "[1]," using KAITO Soft as backing vocals, is amazing, and makes you want to cry just as much. The use of her vocals are wonderful, and credit to the producer for somehow getting her to hum at the end.
  • Her cover of "Bullet for Prisoner" is just as heartwrenching as the original.
  • Her cover of "Candy Candy". A rather unexpected cute side of Mew.
  • Her cover of "Dear You". An excellent use of Mew's voice, resulting in her sounding very realistically human.
  • Her cover of "-Error". Great vocalization effects.
  • "Girl with the Dark Rimmed Glasses" (approximate translation). Another excellent use of Mew's voice, this time in a catchy rock song.
  • Her cover of Britney Spears' "Hold It Against Me" with Yuzuki Yukari in backing vocals.
  • Her cover of "Last Night, Good Night", also with amazingly realistic vocalization.
  • "Song of the Nightingale", a beautiful song inspired by traditional Japanese music.
  • What makes "Trial" amazing is that it's ENTIRELY in a fictional language.
  • "Tsun Tsun Goko". Amazingly realistic vocalization by Mew.
  • Her cover of "Uninstall", another great example of realistic vocalization.
  • Her cover of "White Knight". Perhaps her most emotional rendering thus far.
  • Her cover of "Why Don't You Do Right?", the song of Jessica Rabbit from the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Amazing and rather sexy vocalization, especially how well it was made for a jazz song, and some pretty good Engrish to boot.

  • "Alone" sounds deceptively upbeat and jazzy for a text that is about a lonely girl without anyone who notices her loneliness and pain.
  • Her cover of "Diva's Song" from Blood+. The singing style used here is rather unusual for her, but it works.
  • Both versions of her cover of PSY's "Gangnam Style", complete with an MMD of her doing PSY's actual dance style.
  • "You", a somewhat dark song with beautifully complex piano instrumentals.

    Tone Rion 

  • This English cover of Miku's "Alice" has the perks of a good fit for Oliver's voice, and having the translated lyrics be absolutely perfect.
  • "All the People Are Missing You" with a matching animated PV!.
  • Oliver's cover of Wooden Toaster's song "Awoken" is a Moment of Awesome for both Oliver and the producer: getting Oliver's lower octaves to sound that fluid and powerful is extremely difficult, and given how great Oliver sounds here, the effort was well worth it!
  • One of his originals, "desync", a Break Up Song from the perspective from the dumped party. Don't let the poppy music fool you, though.
  • "eTeRNiTY".
  • His cover of "Fighting For You", a fan-made vocal version of the theme of the character Garry from the video game Ib, is extremely well made.
  • His cover of "Finale" is very smooth and and flows really well.
  • His original song "~Gasp" is probably one of the weirdest but coolest things done with a Vocaloid.
  • "I Won't Let You Cry". This producer manages to make Oliver's soft voice sound powerful.
  • His song "Lavender Town Syndrome" is very well done, referring to the creepypasta of the same name.
  • His cover of Tears for Fears's "Mad World", as popularized by Gary Jules.
  • His cover of "Pieces of a Broken Heart", the theme of Ni no Kuni, is beautiful because his voice not only resembles the original, but also because he shares a name with the protagonist.
  • Before his release, Oliver got actually got a suprisingly large ammount of positive reception for an Engloid, with many saying he just might be one of the best English Vocaloids created. His cover of "Silent Night" pretty much hammers this home, and just in time for the holidays as well.
  • His cover of "Song of Healing" is a very excellent use of his voice.
  • "The Undertaker's Daughter" by steampianist has a beautiful story with a beautiful melody accompanying it.
  • His cover of "You Were There" is another exceptional use of his voice. (Warning: the video contains ICO spoilers.)


    Yuzuki Yukari 
  • Her cover of "Naraku no Hana". Her voice suits this song very well.
  • Yukari's mellow voice rings like wind chimes in many a song. Realize, for example.
  • "Setsugetsuka", not to be confused with a song of the same title from VanaN'Ice. A stunning evaluation of Yukari's vocal qualities, not just in song but in speech. That's right—Yuzuki Yukari is talking on VOICEROID in the beginning.
  • Swallowtail on the Spizer'z Net. Yukari's mellow, smooth voice is accompanied by a BLASTING metal song, and her voice is so well done that it sounds indistinguishable from a real person's.
  • There's Supposed To Be A Cheat Code For Happiness" combines her VOICEROID and singing together.
  • This is Elimination, because of course Yukari had to go full yandere at some point. Not many others do it to such an upbeat, cheerful tune, however!
  • Tiny Paradise is an original song for her by Kagome-P, featuring a lovely, somewhat laid-back instrumental and smooth vocals.
  • Her cover of Kitchie Nadal's OPM "Wag na Wag mong Sasabihin (Never Ever Tell)". Probably the best OPM cover by any vocaloid.
  • "within the ice", a very beautiful song, as well as something of a Tear Jerker.
  • You wanna feel me? shows an oddly... seductive side of her, also courtesy of Kagome-P.

  • "Spice!", originally for Len, is nicely covered in Spanish by Bruno.
  • "Veronica" is an original song made for Bruno. He works well with the rhythm of the song, to the point where you could easily mistake him for human upon first listening.

  • "Coward Montblanc" as covered by Clara in Spanish.
  • "Dango Daikazoku" in Spanish. Clara's softer voice is more suited for gentler, quieter songs.
  • "La tierra prometida" is song about a traveller longing for a better land, in order to just see it.
  • "Lilium", the theme song to the anime Elfen Lied, was already high quality, but Clara's cover is as good if not better than the original. Her high notes and realism need to be heard to be believed.
  • "Más que Nada", an original song for Clara. It's a rather cute love song.

  • Her cover of "Leia (Cinematic Remix)" is breathtakingly emotional, and the orchestra-style instrumentals of this version are also really beautiful.
  • "Light of Tomorrow" is another fine example of the realism that this Vocaloid3 has.
  • "masquerade", a song with very well-done tuning and beautiful classical/baroque-style instrumentals.
  • "Meteor", a cover of hers originally by Hatsune Miku.
  • "My Soul, Your Beats!". She manages to make it sound just as good as her voice provider's original version of the song.
  • "Nihonbashi Koukashita R Plan"; a short, but catchy song with a nice PV full of fluid animation and surreal imagery. (The creator says it was based off of scrolling through Tumblr.)
  • Also from Jin as part of the Kagerou Project, here's "Outer Science". The slasher horror-styled PV is as cool as its music. (WARNING: MASSIVE SPOILER in the PV)
  • "Perfect Crime Love Letter" is the third song in the Bookmark of Demise series and IA's crazy laugh is to (literally) die for.
  • "The Psycho Me" uses her soft banks to a good degree, and perfectly captures the mundane but fantastic feel of the song.
  • "Re;BIRTH". Somewhat disturbing since it talks about killing people, but still awesome.
  • "Ref-Rain", a thrilling and somewhat disturbing song starring IA in the role of a Yandere character.
  • From MafuMafu, we have Revenge Syndrome, wonderful music, IA sounds great, and a very beautifully drawn PV too.
  • "Star-Chasing Frontier". IA's voice is tuned well, and the instrumentals give the song a smooth, mysterious quality. The lyrics, meanwhile, are somewhere between sweet and tearjerking.
  • "Stay Gold, one of the first songs done with IA English, is upbeat, catchy, and cute.
  • "A Tale of Six Trillion Years and One Night". A terribly sad song. It gets even sadder with the piano version.
  • "Transparent Answer" is another song by Jin, the guy behind the Kagerou Project.
  • "Travelers" by Kita-kei, an electronic song with an exciting beat and cadence.
  • "Unreachable" by Kita-kei is a melancholic but hopeful Uplifting Trance song with a wonderful beat.
  • "Until the Day We Can Meet Again", a melancholy, gentle song about an absent (possibly deceased) loved one.
  • "World Calling". Beautiful animation, beautiful accompaniment, beautiful voice.
  • "Ene's Cyber Journey", despite being criminally overshadowed by other songs from Kagerou Project, has a wonderfully fast-paced melody that matches its name and showcases IA's range well.
  • "憧憬〜DOUKEI〜" is an awesome piece of music, composed by BACK ON and featuring two rap parts. If you didn't like IA, you will after hearing this. Bonus points for IA's rather unique voice tuning, which can be very distinctly different for those who have heard a lot of IA's songs.

    Aoki Lapis 
  • Her cover of Minnie Riperton's "Lovin' You". More cuteness overload comin' up!
  • Her cover of "Platinum Disco" (from Nisemonogatari) has her sounding so realistically human she could almost be mistaken for the song's original artist Yuka Iguchi. If only it wasn't so short (this is the TV size/OP version).
  • Her cover of Cascada's "Pyromania" with a barely recognizable Miku Hatsune on backing vocals.
  • Her cover of "Rolling Girl" You can really hear the emotion of her voice here.
  • Her cover of "Romeo and Cinderella". Another version with MMD.
  • Her cover of "SPiCA" with realistic breath effects.
  • Her cover of "Thousand Sakura". Some comment that she could give Miku Hatsune a run for her money with this performance.
  • Her cover of David Guetta's "Turn Me On" A nice attempt at Engrish and rap.
  • Her cover of "Wavefile". And here's a shorter version with MMD.
  • "Miss You", an energetic electro-trance song with stunningly realistic and clear vocals.

    Luo Tianyi 
  • "Bad Apple", in Chinese with traditional music in the background.
  • "I Love U" is quite upbeat, absolutely adorable, and by the end, truly Heartwarming.
  • "Lush" shows she can be just as good at traditional Chinese ballads as she is at modern music.
  • "March Rain" is an incredibly beautiful song. It is worth checking out the uploader's description on the meaning of the lyrics.
  • "The Past is Like a Dream". Tianyi's voice is very smooth, and the chorus is gorgeous.
  • Her "Senbonzakura" cover is just awesome!
  • "Sun Quan the Emperor" is a hot-blooded tribute to Sun Quan of Romance of the Three Kingdoms fame with an amazing hand-illustrated MV. It's the first Luo Tianyi solo song to have gotten more than a million views on Bilibili, and it completely deserves it.

  • "Brain" is one of those tracks that takes advantage of Vocaloid's naturally robotic sound.
  • "Happy Girl"; alternatively, prepare yourself for some sugary sweet Galaco goodness.
  • "Kanto de la Cielarko", a soothing, ethereal song.
  • Her cover of "Once Upon A December" will give you chills.
  • "Endless Dream" is delightfully minimalist with just three instruments: a piano, a cello, and Galaco's voice. There's something about it that just sticks with you after listening to it.

  • "Akkanbeda" by PinocchioP is about a girl who can't confess to her crush. While it initially seems to just be a typical, soft J-pop song, the chorus hits you like a hammer and the song takes such a seemingly simple theme into a heartwrenching turn.
  • otetsu's "A Tiny Chrysalis Within the Cocoon".
  • Bad-Mouthing by SEDO Sounder is an upbeat, yet melancholic track that makes good use of a retro, jazz-like sound and accordions. Despite being such a bouncy track, the atmosphere manages to fit perfectly with the sad lyrics.
  • "Blue" by 164 treats her Yandere theme in a more subtle way, making it more emotional, and uses good instrumentation.
  • "Chimidoro Switch" (which can mean either "Blood-Stained Switch" or "Desperate Struggle Switch"), a catchy song with a rather disturbing, but fascinating storyline about a girl's internal struggle against her murderous alternate self.
  • Her cover of "Chloe". The song fits her very well ... not surprisingly, considering the song's subject.
  • "Cradle×Infection by Yairi is a djent-styled track with lots of stylish, bright imagery, and of course, cats! Beware the Epileptic Flashing Lights, however.
  • "Cross Scissors" by P-Chick is a (misleadingly) cute-sounding track inspired by French pop music. Despite its... grotesque themes, it's still worth a listen, especially if you're into horror.
  • Her cover of "Double Lariat" is really cute, too.
  • ryu☆'s "Dreamin', one of her demo songs, is an upbeat, catchy EDM track that manages to make her sing in English! Making it even better are the lyrics themed around space.
  • Dream Tale by Maatarou is a soft and melancholic J-pop track about not being able to meet a loved one, except for through dreams. While the lyrics are sad, they also manage to be heartwarming, and the song itself is absolutely wonderful and charming.
  • "An Earnest Unrequited Love, Wanting to Make it Bear a Little Happiness." The sequel song "You're Seriously Mad? I'm Not Mistaken Here" is just as awesome.
  • "Escape from Dystopia" is a very emotional and moving song.
  • Hororong's "Failover", once again proving MAYU works incredibly with EDM and trance, is a deep track about someone who wants to escape from a possibly abusive situation, with despondent lyrics.
  • "Formalin Sea" is very beautiful, but also really creepy.
  • "Galileo" by Aonoumi is one of her early songs, and has a very creepy atmosphere that goes well with the Yandere-themed lyrics.
  • "Go Ahead(๑'ᴗ'๑)" is yet another catchy, jazz fusion-styled track from SEDO Sounder. Adding even more to this song are the lyrics, which are from the perspective of a Deadpan Snarker giving a pompous jerk a "The Reason You Suck" Speech.
  • "I Can Only Hear the Sound of Tears" by SEDO Sounder is a Genre-Busting song that combines an electronic glitch sound, RnB, and synthpop elements. The song even has a small Shout-Out to Powapowa-P's Strobe Series, as he passed away about a year before this song's release.
  • SEDO Sounder's I Don't Wanna Know is an awesome deep house-esque track - let's just say this isn't SEDO's Breakthrough Hit and one of MAYU's more recent hits for nothing!
  • "I wish" by DJ UTO is a fun happy hardcore song with a fast tempo, contrasted with lyrics that are like something out of a sentimental ballad - but it still manages to be a great song, nonetheless.
  • Hayato's "Phantom of Nightmare" is a magnificent symphonic rock song, complete with creepy Halloween-themed lyrics, a Nightmare Fuel-filled PV, and excellent use and tuning of MAYU's vocals.
  • From ryu☆ comes "Only for you", one of MAYU's demo songs, a catchy happy hardcore track that's sure to be a hit at a rave.
  • "SW" (also known as "One More Time") by Starving Trancer, is a forlorn love song, yet manages to be have a badass trance beat.
  • "Uso to Nuigurumi" is adorable. VERY adorable.
  • MikitoP's "Yuudachi no Ribbon" is a very underrated song both of her and of her producer. Her voice matches well with the rock music as she tells a story of love on a rainy day.

  • 5AM by Pumpkin Head is a very chilling song with beautiful visuals that match the mysterious, somber mood and very lovely sounding vocals from Avanna.
  • Her cover of Vonda Shepard's "Baby Don't You Break My Heart Slow" - she sounds rather mournful, as if actually expressing the broken hearted nature of the song.
  • "Come (This is The Way)" by Robot Dolls is a 90s-esque dance-pop song about alien robots abducting a human that they love, despite the human voicing her lack of desire to leave Earth. It's a pretty wild song, to say the least!
  • "Emotionless" by Circus-P is an EDM song that makes interesting use of her vocals, as the producer did not do any extensive tuning, which ends up working for the brokenhearted mood of the song.
  • Her cover of Enya's "Exile" actually fits her singing style quite well. Then again, this is an Enya song, and Avanna is Celtic, so...
  • "Ganelon" by RorunaK is a synthpop song with light chiptune influences, inspired by the character from The Song of Roland. The synthesizers fit surprisingly well with the dark themes and the more traditional instrumentation.
  • RorunaK's "Good Night and Sweet Dreams" is a sweet, simple ballad about seeing a loved one off for the night, but despite its simplicity, don't be surprised if it makes you shed a few tears.
  • "Half-Life", an original song by Kenji-B. No, it's not about a crowbar-wielding Badass, its about the dwindling relationship between two people.
  • Her cover of "Hold Me" is quite well done, showing her lovely vocalizations.
  • Avanna's cover of the Les Misérables song "I Dreamed a Dream" shows how emotional her voice can be.
  • Her cover of Lily Allen's "Not Fair" is surprisingly well done despite how soft her voice tends to be for this type of song.
  • Her cover of Donna Summer's "Power of One" from Pokemon 2000. Some of the best vocalizations by Avanna.
  • "Roamer with the Bell" is hauntingly beautiful, and has some of the most realistic talking to come out of Vocaloid.
  • Porter Robinson's "Sad Machine", which features Avanna on vocals, is nothing short of beautiful.
  • "Silence" shows that niki can work wonders with other Vocaloids besides Lily.
  • Her cover of Paramore's "The Only Exception" has amazingly realistic vocalization.
  • Her cover of Carole King's "You've Got A Friend" is simply beautiful.

    ZOLA Project 
  • "Crossbill" by solcluster is a Tear Jerker with a interesting PV created in RPG Maker.
  • "Theatre 8", a fun and upbeat song that really shows off how well the ZOLA boys harmonize.
  • If you want something a little goofier (or are just really into acapella or Undertale) then "Bonetrousle" by miodiodavinci might be up your alley.
  • midiodavinci's cover of Donut Hole with Kyo is definitely one worth checking out even if you're not a fan of Kyo or ZOLA Project. The lip synching in the PV is especially well done.

    Yan He 
  • "The Age of Swords and Blades" has a really amazing PV that makes Yan He sound like an Action Girl.
  • "Assassins", by the same artist as "The Age of Swords and Blades", is just as spectacular as its predecessor, featuring an amazing track that combines the growl of electric guitar with the traditional Chinese guzheng and dizi, and that's on top of Yanhe's beautiful, emotional-sounding voice!
  • "Rain of Dreams" is a catchy song with an amazing MMD animation.

  • His cover of "Circus Monster" is often cited to be just as good as Cul's and VY2's.
  • "The Distortionist" by GHOST really makes Yohioloid sound like a human, and brings more life into the song! Not only that, but its instrumental is one of the best in any of their songs - it captures the chaotic and unpredictable personality of "The Distortionist" very well!
  • "Face Less" by Ghostie-P has a creepy Mind Screw of a PV that could possibly be Nightmare Fuel for some.
  • "I Only Wait For You" is one of the best existing uses of his Japanese voicebank.
  • Apakilypse presented us with "NeapolitaN", in which his bilingual capability worked really well.
  • "Where is my Utopia?" by 32 has a post-apocalyptic feel to it.
  • This "Yume to Hazakura" cover probably has some of his smoothest, most emotional tuning yet.

  • "The Dream Granter by IOLITE has Maika sing in very good English to a wonderfully orchestrated instrumental.
  • "Happy Days" by GHOST is a very relatable song. It's about a girl who believes her lover hates her, and would do anything just to get him to like her again. This song really captures Maika's vocals in a way that makes her sound artificial, yet human. It provides a perfect contrast to "The Distortionist".
  • Her version of "I'll Quit Singing" is as funny as it is awesome. Now with a MMD.
  • From the same producer as the "Still Alive" cover is "The Judge", which is absolutely stunning.
  • "Lunar", a song in Spanish that mixes a Techno beat and Maika's voice.
  • This cover of Maldita's "Porque" by v3xman2 shows that Maika can do the Tagalog and Chavacano languages pretty well, seeing as the former is derived from the Spanish language while the latter sounds like it.
  • Her cover of "Simple and Clean" in Spanish is amazing. It's one of the cleanest covers of this song.
  • Her cover of "Still Alive", the theme of Mirror's Edge, in Ukrainian is beautiful.
  • "Tiempos" by YZYX is a great song using different ranges for her voice.
  • Her V3 Demo "Waves of Change" is actually really good, and makes great use of her English capabilities.


    Macne Nana 
  • The user arashifanboy111 has made some great covers with Macne Nana, like "Eye of the Tiger" and "It's Been So Long", that make her sound realistic and endearing with her accent.
  • "Heal Me" by Luna is sugary sweet without being overbearing thanks to Nana's soft and light vocals.
  • "Star of the Show" by GHOST has a chaotic, wild feeling to it that’s perfectly fitting for a circus, while the lyrics describe the frustrating pedestal that music creators are put upon in a very real way.

  • Her demo song "Beats of Silence" by sele-P shows that her voice can be used in fast-paced songs as well.
  • "Vise de îndrăgostit" by neutrinoP demonstrates the versatility of her voicebank by having her sing in Romanian. It's remarkably well-pronounced, too!

    Anon & Kanon 

    V Flower 
  • "Absolute Music Dance by Utsu-P is so catchy and demonstrates her growl very well.
  • "Appetite of a People Pleaser by GHOST features Surprisingly Good English from flower, and has a chaotic, experimental rock atmosphere with an Uncommon Time that fits the psychological conflict depicted in the lyrics perfectly.
  • "A Teacher, Detained by HoneyWorks, her demo, has a great story line, and it just shows how great V Flower's voice is.
  • Her cover of "Black Rock Shooter." Probably one of the best BRS covers out there.
  • One of her big hits, "Charles", is another break up story told with an interesting mix of vocals and digital sound.
  • Her cover of "Close To You is so realistic and heart-breaking, you can actually feel the emotion in her voice. The English lyrics are found here.
  • nulut's Fixer is a kicking jam, with a catchy electro swing beat and surprisingly depressing lyrics. Don't let the song's theme get you down, however - "Fixer" is a wonderful song and all of its aspects, both musical and lyrical, are conveyed eloquently.
  • Someone on Tumblr used V Flower to cover "Gift from the Princess Who Brought Sleep." If you've never heard the original, you'd almost think that the song was originally Flower's!
  • Hanyuu Maigo's Hare Hare Ya fuses a calm trip hop sound with elements of Japanese folk music. It's a beautiful song, through and through, and definitely a great listen on a quiet evening.
  • Her cover of "Karma" is absolutely beautiful. Her powerful voice really brings out the emotion that the song carries.
  • Living ghost is alive by Utsu-P is a hard-hitting thrash metal song with forlorn lyrics about suddenly passing away. The PV is wild, to say the least, and has all these cute characters, throwaway jokes and... lots of dark imagery, like nooses, ghosts and coffins, making it look almost like a Sugar Apocalypse.
  • Her cover of "Meltdown," bringing a very powerful edge to the song.
  • Kyaami did a cover of "No Logic" using her. Flower's vocals are absolutely powerful in this version of the song.
  • "People Allergy" by Kairiki Bear makes good use of her V4 banks.
  • Tezuka's "Rainbow Cider" is an energetic but sentimental pop rock ballad about moving forward after the loss of a loved one. It can easily hit home for quite a few people, but ends on a heartwarming note.
  • Her "Rolling Girl (Rock Version)" cover. Her voice is powerful, and will probably give you goosebumps.
  • Tou's "Break-Up Talk", a Break Up Song, makes good use of her higher tones and is very catchy in its own right.
  • Her cover of "Ten Sho Sho Ten Sho." Her voice sounds so real here.

    Tohoku Zunko 
  • CircusP gives us her cover of "Creative", based on Don't Hug Me I'm Scared. Her sweet voice singing creepy lyrics is a good reproduction of the original video.

  • Her cover of "Anti-Beat", which shows that her voice can be powerful as well.
  • "Full Steam", by Nejishiki. An upbeat song that can act as a good motivational music.
  • "Heart Break" by KASANE. Rana usually sings upbeat songs but this shows that she can also sing deeper, more dramatic songs just as good.
  • Her tuning in "Jealousy" by *Luna is splendid, and she sounds lovely here.
  • Her voice works surprisingly well for "Lynne".
  • From her demos, we have "Rainbow Colored Monster", a cheery song that's Sweet Dreams Fuel.
  • Her cover of flower's "A Teacher, Detained" is actually pretty good.
  • The mixing in "Uraomote Fortune" sounds really smooth and shows how cute Rana's voice can be.
  • A cool-sounding application can be seen in her cover of "Yellow".

  • Marz Mitzi's "Chaos Theory" has an unconventional sound, but Chika's robotic vocals work well with the chaotic melody accompanying it.
  • Her V3 Demo "ET CETERA" is very bouncy and upbeat. Her voice also sounds surprisingly realistic here.
  • Eyeris's "Love" is a chilling tune about false love and pity.
  • "Raining Without Snow" is a beautiful piano accompaniment with Chika, who sounds very much like her voice provider here.

    Xin Hua 

    Yuezheng Ling 
  • "Nine-Nine-Eighty-One" is a Hot-Blooded and energetic track that sums up the Journey To The West and all of the people and places Sun Wukong encounters in less than five minutes!
  • "Scarlet Drop" is one of Ling's official demo songs, and damn is it good. Her cute and sweet voice contrasts nicely against the roaring metal track.
  • "Seattle Story II", a sequel to Tianyi's "Seattle Story", is a lovely duet ballad between Ling and Tianyi that's dominated by Ling, with an absolutely adorable PV featuring Tianyi as a foodie and Ling as her slightly exasperated but loving girlfriend.

     Anri Rune 

  • "Kaleidoscope Haze" is the first song by Project Overdoze using Cyber Diva, and damn is it catchy as hell.
  • Creep-P's "Exorcism" is as catchy as it is eerie.
  • Nebulaholic by Circus-P is a trance song with a smooth yet upbeat, catchy beat - and it has a (fairly dark) story about a space goddess creating the perfect life! Everything is better in space!
  • "The Subject of The Witch Hunt" is an epic electro track inspired by Town of Salem.
  • "Sympathy" shows that she can work very well with ballads.

  • Her Japanese cover of Disney's "Reflection" shows off her voice very well.
  • Although she's suited for slower songs, NatsumiP's fast-paced "Saki Hana" shows that Sachiko's fully capable of rocking out.
  • Her voice fits surprisingly well with "The Tailor Shop on Enbizaka".

  • HeartBreaker and Ruby pull of a spectacular duet in "THE HEIGHTS". Ruby's robotic tuning harmonizes really well with Heart★Breaker's voice, and the instrumental fuses EDM and classical violin gloriously.
  • Project OverDoze's "Mimicry".
  • YusukeKira's "Unbreakable" is one of the best uses of Ruby.
  • HeartBreaker gives us "Selfish", an EDM pop song that's as fun and glitzy as a mainstream track you'd hear on the radio.

  • GHOST's "Black and White" is an excellent showcase of DEX's abilities.
  • WinterdrivE manages to get almost human sounding results with DEX in her cover of "Honey I'm Good".
  • GHOST uses DEX again in the Creepy Awesome Honey I'm Home. Note how well he hits that F2 around 2:10. The fact that there were 41 covers of this song in a week (and one of them was by Dex’s voice provider, nostraightanswer) says volumes about how talented GHOST is.
  • This cover of "I'm Yours" by Jason Mraz is quite emotional and sweet.
  • "Ten Thousand" by Project OverDoze appears to be about some sort of mental illness. Whatever it is, no doubt it's amazing.
  • MakkuSan's "Situation of Mine" knocks it out of the park with some seriously handsome tuning.

  • "Dreamer" by Soup is a Celtic folk-inspired ballad, starting out soft to gradually become a slightly busier, yet beautiful production. Word of God confirms this song is dedicated to Soup's friend, making such a sweet song even more heartwarming. DAINA's vocals are gorgeous here, too, perfectly complementing this song.
  • "Left Behind" by EmpathP is heartwrenching.
  • "Spectacle" by nostraightanswer, featuring wonderfully tuned vocals from Circus-P. It's a stylish, upbeat garage house song, providing a unique and refreshing addition to Vocaloid's EDM scene. The lyrics are about a personal experience of the producer, conveyed by deep, thought-provoking, yet straightforward lyrics. And not only does it have a lovely instrumental, vocals, and lyrics, even the illustration is as gorgeous as the rest of the song!
  • As usual, Makku San gives us some seriously gorgeous tuning in his "Karma" cover that makes Daina sound genuinely heartbroken and agonized, which is no small feat considering how difficult she can be to tune at all.


     Otomachi Una 
  • "Beast Dance by KurageP uses her voice to capture the song's bitterness perfectly, and serves as a good demo for her talking voice.
  • "Booo!" by TOKOTOKO, despite being a song from a woman who's frustrated with her boyfriend, is a light and upbeat rock song.
  • "daze" uses her lower octave, but it's still very well done.
  • "Hayaku Sore ni Naritai!" is a nice, fast tempo song with her at the higher end of the spectrum.
  • "I Hate It! I Hate It! Huge Ego!" by KurageP, her demo, displays her best qualities very well.
  • Una's vocals fit right in with "Q", and sound powerful at the appropriate moments.

     Cyber Songman 

     Haruno Sora 
  • "Donna Kotoba nara Todokimasu ka?", a duet between her Natural and Cool vocals. If you didn't believe a voice bank could pull off soft, '60s style musical numbers, this will prove you wrong.
  • GYARI's "The Endlessly Praising Haruno Sora-sensei" makes good use of all three vocals, and its optimistic outlook and theme are more than enough to make a down-on-their-luck listener smile.


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