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  • "1/6" is Heartwarming.
  • "1925" will have you bobbing for hours.
  • Pinocchio-P's "1year" combines its disturbing imagery of hospitals and the human body, its depressing, existential lyrics, and its Epileptic Flashing Lights with a wonderfully made, if not saddening song, guaranteed to make you think.
  • Her cover of Green Day's "21 Guns" (humorously nicknamed 21 Leeks), with rather good English.
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  • Her cover of King Crimson's "21st Century Schizoid Man", though being the type of song it is, the vocals only take place in a fraction of the song.
  • "4 Footprints", a collaboration between kous and Powapowa-P, is a melancholic soft rock ballad that takes place during winter. It's a good listen, especially during colder seasons.
  • A non-Japanese song covered by Hatsune Miku worth mentioning: Nena's "99 Luftballoons" — Miku sounds almost convincingly German here.
  • "Afterglow". A really warm and calming song.
  • "Ageage Again". Time to party!
  • "Ai Dee", a catchy song with great vocalization by Miku. A major selling point of this song is Luka's amazing rap, in English too.
  • "Ai Kotoba /Love Words II", an upgrade of sorts to the original version; both songs tell the story of a girl who gives her thanks to the ones that have loved her all this time. As usual in some of DECO*27's songs, puns are hidden in the Kanji; most notably, Ai Kotoba (愛言葉) is a play for the kanji of "Password" or "Aikoboba" (合言葉).
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  • "Ako'y Nasaktan" ("I'm Hurt"), an original Tagalog melancholy song about the pain of a broken heart, by the same composer of "Let's Party Tonight" and "Sa Piling Mo".
  • "ALICE iN BLACK MARKET", which uses Miku's Solid and Power Append banks to create a heavy yet catchy song. There's no consensus what it's about, but it seems to be about her mentally dominating a guy for sex.
  • Cover of The Beatles' "All My Loving" by her English voicebank. Such a cute performance for a Beatles song.
  • "alpa", by Powapowa-P (and from the album of the same name), is a soothing, downtempo ballad. Not unlike most of Powapowa-P's ambient songs, it's a good listen for when you want to wind down and relax.
  • Cover of Heart's "Alone" using her Soft and Solid voicebanks. A bit decent Engrish, and sung rather well, if in her own cute way.
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  • "ARiA", the continuation to "SPiCA", is a beautiful song with a professional-level PV.
  • Ariadne is kinda melancholic, yet oh-so-sweet.
  • "At the Mercy of a Dream" by Powapowa-P is an intense DnB song about dreams, complete with a Mind Screw-y PV to match. Nonetheless, it's a wonderful song, setting the bar for quite a few of Powapowa-P's subsequent works in the same musical style.
  • Bacterial Contamination. Sure, it's creepy, but it's delightful.
  • kiichi's "Banshee Strikes" is a Nightmare Fuel-filled song about a banshee hunting and murdering someone. The instrumental combines elements of techno, traditional instrumentation and chiptune, making for a chaotic sound that somehow fits the creepy lyrics.
  • "BE MIKU". That's right... singing to a megamix of WWE entrance themes.
    • Special mention goes to the development. The creation behind it was originally just going to be a mash-up of "Love is War" and The Miz's "I Came To Play", but ended up including a little bit of everything; CM Punk's "This Fire Burns" while he was in the Straight Edge Society, the opening guitar of Batista's "I Walk Alone", with bits and pieces of Randy Orton's "Voices", and more. However, the "I Came To Play" bit at the end is probably the most AWWWWWWWWESOOOOOOOOOOME moment of the song.
    • And the sequel song, "BE HATSUNE".
  • "Be My Sacrifice". Sometimes, Miku-rock works.
  • "Black Nativity Festival". A peppy, rockin' Miku song.
  • "Black Rock Shooter" has a beat that makes you want to stand up and cheer, it's easily one of the greatest classics.
  • "Blooming the Idol" by Mitchie M. Awesome and very realistic vocalization, complete with a just-as-realistic Talkaloid at the beginning, and a great MMD generated PV by GTama.
  • While chilling to the bone, "Blue Ice Castle" is beautiful.
  • "Bokyaku Alice", a rockin' Miku song with awesome guitar solos galore.
  • PowaPowa-P's "Brown", and its remake, "Brown (remodel)", is a calm, ambient (post-rock in the Remodel) ballad, worth a listen if you're looking for a slower and relaxing tune. Even better is that it's part of a series (called Story of "Zinnia and Meme") with songs just as beautiful.
  • "Burenai Ai De by Mitchie M. Um... holy shit, she sounds like a human. Check it out, you'll be blown away, too.
  • "Canary" is very nice and pretty just like the bird.
  • "Candy" is an upbeat and lively pop song. Another different song, also named "Candy", is a relaxed jazzy song, with a NSFW picture of Miku clad in a Modesty Bedsheet.
  • Her cover of Kyary Paymu Paymu's "Candy Candy". Amazing tuning of her Append Solid bank to make her sound quite different and quite human. Here's another version by the maker of "Let's Party Tonight". And now here's an English version by her English voicebank, which is just as cute.
  • "Clover Club" by Yuuyu is a cute technopop song with chiptune elements. Who ever thought such a silly song (about alcohol, nonetheless!) would be so fun?
  • Delusion Tax by DECO*27 is an extravagant pop rock song that makes use of a stylish beat, along with some pretty intriguing lyrics about people paying to delude themselves into thinking they live the life they desire.
  • "The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku". Sure, she may be a computer program, but still, singing that fast for that long is pretty impressive nevertheless. Check out cosMo's Concept Album featuring that song now that the full story has been written. The entire thing is amazing. Also, the "The Intense Song of Hatsune Miku" gave cosMo's Miku a Happy End.
  • The sequel to Test Tube Princess, Disruptive Diva, while definitely a departure from Machigerita's usual style, has a kicking beat, badass artwork, and interesting lyrics about an artificial human questioning her existence.
  • "Drain", a song by ELECTROCUTICA that has a clean and professional edge to it, but blends that clinical precision perfectly with soothing rhythms and mind-melting beats along with catchy little piano tunes and very clear, sharp vocals. Those with weak hearts, you have been warned.
  • Cover of "The Dragonborn Comes" from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim by her English voicebank. Not only does she sing beautifully, she then sings part of the game's main theme that's the Dragon Language. And there's also the awesome PV featuring Miku herself singing next to the piano player.
  • "Earth Song", a beautiful blending of all her append voicebanks.
  • "Eazy Dance" (misspelling is intentional) is made by the same producer as "Freely Tomorrow", Mitchie M, and is a just as awesome dance tune. There are two more versions with awesome MMD PVs by Raiku-P.
  • "E-iRO" Amazingly, this song is calm, somewhat sad, and a bit upbeat all at once. It's hard to explain.
  • Listen to "eight hundred", and bring some tissues.
  • "Easygoing Rider" has a catchy tune and masterful use of Miku's voice.
  • Her cover of "-Error", with her own unique style.
  • "The Endless Love" by HSP, a lengthy, yet beautiful progressive trance track that fuses slight elements of classical music onto an EDM beat, creating a calm yet tense atmosphere sure to enchant you.
  • "Fakery Tale", a beautiful and melancholic song.
  • "Far Away" by Clean Tears, the god of Vocaloid trance.
  • "Fix", which is effectively the sequel to "Glow" below, is just as amazing as the latter, along with the PV.
  • If only "Fly Out" were longer...
  • "The Forgotten Song" by whoo is absolutely beautiful. Miku's voice sounds great in it, and the indie-esque feel is something you don't find often with Vocaloid. For more eargasms, listen to this remix.
  • "Freely Tomorrow". Just... wow; it's so human-sounding.
  • "From Y to Y" was (allegedly) made by someone named Yuma, to his ex-girlfriend whose name also started with Y. You can really feel for the poor guy...
  • "The Full Course For Candy Addicts". It's about cannibalism. Or is it? This is Machigerita, after all.
  • "Lost and Found", a sasakure-P song with lovely meaningful lyrics and a great surrealist PV, which happens to make good use of Append Miku's sweet and dark voicebanks.
  • "Love is War." The classics never get old.
  • Ever heard of this certain song by Vocatrance producer Clean Tears? You'll Love It!
  • "Love Song" is an awesome song in its own right, but what makes it even better is the awesome MMD video courtesy of MMD director Wakamura.
  • Cover of Minnie Riperton's "Lovin' You" using the Soft append voicebank.
  • "Luna kalante-Lips of Salome-" is an epic, somewhat opera-esque (and slightly creepy) song.
  • "Lynne" is brilliant as well. Make sure to check out the unofficial PV as well.
  • "Marionette Syndrome" and "Marionette" both have completely different messages, but are good. Be sure to check out the Nico Nico Chorus version of "Marionette" as well.
  • "Melody.exe", an old classic, but still very good.
  • "Melody Line", with another good MMD video by Wakamura.
  • "Melt" is very cute, upbeat, and romantic song of how she sings of her crush and her inability to tell him how she feels. There's also a boy's lyrics version, making duets possible. Another PV adds an extra layer of awesome (skip ahead to 3:30).
  • Her cover of "Meltdown" remixed into Trance style. Used in the Fire Pit scene at the end of Test Chamber 19 in the Vocaloid Edition MOD for Portal.
  • "Meteor" is a meaningful piece of music, with the lyrics relating to the earthquake in Japan last March.
  • Miku-chan no Tezukuri Symphonia by LamazeP. A cute song apparently about Miku baking cookies for her producer.
  • "Miracle Paint" by OSTER Project is a charming, upbeat, cabaret-esque love song that utilises jazzy tones, a gorgeous piano, adorable lyrics, and Miku scat-singing very impressively. The PV is also illustrated in a sweet chibi style. The Project DIVA version has Miku dressed in a very dapper cabaret outfit, complete with a top hat.
  • "Monochrome Blue Sky" gets stronger and livelier, considering the title suggests adding color to a monochrome self.
  • "Moon" is quite beautiful.
  • "Mr. Wonderboy" is an awesome upbeat pop song.
  • "Parades" makes you want to go out on an adventure.
  • "Paradise Cage", an amazing rock song with an equally amazing video.
  • "Party Junkie", a sexy and sultry techno/rave mix any hardcore raver could appreciate!
  • "Palette World Breakdown" has a major charm about it once you realize that the music was produced by CYTOKINE and Tsukimido who are usually associated with Touhou.
  • "Patchwork Staccato" by Toa, a soft yet flighty ditty about cutting ties and how much it will hurt.
  • "Pierrot" is catchy and sweet. Here's the Spanish version.
  • Her cover of Iguchi Yuka's "Platinum Disco" from Nisemonogatari.
  • "PlusMinus". Really, no written description does the song justice. No, wait, NOW no written description does the song justice. Haruami is also an amazing song in this remix. Leave it to Yuyoyuppe to make everything better.
  • This cover of Lady Gaga's "Poker Face" is probably one of (if not) the best efforts by anyone to make Hatsune Miku sing (and RAP!) in clear and understandable English. Here's the same song but with more suitable video footage.
  • "Popipo", another classic, and one of the few songs that makes Hatsune Miku Fun Personified. And there's also her own English translation. Also check out the Ryu☆ remix.
  • "Ray" by Minamoto-ya, featured in Sound Voltex.
  • "RayForce @ Miku-san", a cover of "G", the Stage 2 music from Ray Force. Silly lyrics aside, it's nothing short of amazing.
  • "Redial". The PV is very professional, the lyrics are meaningful, and the tone is just so lively.
  • "RuRaRa", a catchy tune, also featuring an MMD video of instrument playing Vocaloids (including Kaito, Haku, and others on those instruments).
  • "Sa Piling Mo", a very catchy original Tagalog composition (from the same composer of "Let's Party Tonight"), which in fact also serves as the OP for the creator's other main project, "I Love Him", a fanmade TV sitcom style series featuring the Vocaloids themselves as cast members. A preview of the show can be viewed here, and OP version of the song complete with video can be viewed here. The entire OP video done in MMD is a great effort in its own right.
  • "Sadistic Music Factory" is another great piece by cosMo, it's both creepy and catchy. Miku can be scary when she wants to be.
  • "Sakura Uta So", an immensely beautiful song with amazing and almost realistic vocalization, even from Miku's original V2 voicebank.
  • "Science Fiction Night". Great bass line and drums, plus Miku's voice is done amazingly.
  • "Secret Police", an awesomely high-paced, energetic song.
  • Miku's cover of Taylor Swift's "Shake it Off" is absolutely adorable. And somehow, Miku's version of the chorus manages to be catchier than the original.
  • "Serendipity", one of the earlier collaborative songs of MJQ and EmpathP, has a very nice beat and is catchy to boot.
  • In her cover of the Cantonese song Shanghai Beach, Miku sounds so Cantonese that many Chinese users comment: "Miku is Cantonese, not Japanese".
  • "Shining Ray". Also a great Tear Jerker.
  • "Shoddy Utopia Policy" by Suzumu, tuned by CircusP. What is amazing about this song is how all Miku's appends are used, and how the back-up Vocaloids are integrated into the song, it's a prime example of "teamwork" for Vocaloid songs, even with Miku as the main singer.
  • "Shotgun Lovers" is extremely catchy and just plain awesome.
  • "Silence" by Nayuta-P. An awesome trance track with a chilling feel. Used to great effect as a Boss Fight theme in this Vocaloid Edition MOD for Portal, as demonstrated here. Here is an Orbiter video about a spaceplane's journey to Mars.
  • Her cover of "Silver Bullet". An amazing manipulation of her Solid and Dark voicebanks to produce a very human sounding voice.

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