Best Vocaloid Song Collection 1

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A collection of my favorite Vocaloid songs. Each chapter consists of a short review, along with favorite lines quoted in red italic and a few illustrative images taken from the original YouTube
video or their subs versions.



All songs and images belong to their respective owners.



Comments/suggestions/corrections are welcomed.

Table of Contents

Last Night, Good Night - kz, feat. Hatsune Miku

Submitted: March 05, 2018


Summary: Fantastic. For those with unrequited feelings, or for those missing someone dear to them.


Themes: Loneliness. Emotional. Cathartic.


Music: Calm and soothing, at the same time emotional. Addictively good. 4.5/5


Video: Mix of still images and animated scenes. Well made, engaging from start to finish. 4/5


English sub by OtakuNol. Original by kzlivetune.
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Calc - JimmyThumb-P, feat. Hatsune Miku

Submitted: March 05, 2018


Summary: Excellent option for those with aching hearts.


Theme: Heartbreak. Breakup. Regret. Moving on.


Music: Energetic with a catchy tune. A fantastic symphony of instruments and vocals. Amazing lyrics. 5/5


Video: A still image consisting of letters & numbers, with English lyrics taking one line. A bit dull, but oh well. 2/5.


Reprinted and subbed by ikuy398.
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The Lost One's Weeping - Neru, feat. Kagamine Rin

Submitted: March 07, 2018


Summary: Powerful and relevant for pupils struggling in education. Well worth listening.


Themes: Student stress. Problems with education.


Music: Heavy and powerful with a strong message. 4.5/5


Video: Anime-esque, well made and drives the message home. 4.5/5


Reprinted & subbed by zcatcracker. Also subbed by AmeSubs.
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Balsam - Kurosawa Madoka, feat Yuzuki Yukari

Submitted: March 08, 2018


Summary: Chillingly accurate depiction of peer isolation and loneliness in school.


Themes: Peer isolation. Loneliness. Passive bullying.


Music: Beautifully slow and serene tune, complimented by strong and well-tuned vocals. 5/5


Video: Anime-esque. Though simple in design and execution, delivers the plot/message extremely well, at times with haunting precision. 4.5/5


Original and Yuzuki Yukari version by Kurosawa Madoka. English subbed version by zcatcracker. Kaai Yuki cover version by kyaami.
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Monochrome Blue Sky - Noboru-P, feat. Hatsune Miku

Submitted: March 12, 2018


Summary: A sorrowful yet uplifting masterpiece about feeling and living with depression.


Themes: Depression. Suicidal thoughts. Persevering.


Music: Fantastic lyrics. Instrumentation pace and tone changes aptly to compliment the lyrics at every turn. 5/5.


Video: Uncomplicated yet amazing original video telling a compelling story. The Project DIVA variant is less dark and tells the same story with a bit more optimism. 5/5.


Lyrics and music by Noboru-P. Illustrated and video composition by Nidy-2D. English subbed version available via YouTube channels damesukekun and googoo888.
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Watercolor - Ryuryu, feat. Hatsune Miku

Submitted: July 18, 2018


Summary: A beautifully composed song accompanied by a simple yet emotional tune.


Themes: Hope. Nostalgia.


Music: Energetic with a catchy tune. A fantastic symphony of instruments and vocals. 5/5


Video: A fantastically drawn still image with amazing details and vibrant colors. 3/5


Music by ryuryu and illustrated by Misaki. English subbed version available via YouTube channel descentsubs.
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Schwarzer Regan - regulus, feat Hatsune Miku

Submitted: November 13, 2018


Summary: Catchy electronic tune. Surprisingly good German chorus. Lyric meaning is subjective.


Theme: Trance Electronic. Powerful.


Music: Uncomplicated; repetitive after the first half, but still a pleasure to listen. 3.5/5


Video: Interesting still image that fits the song. 3/5


Available on YouTube under Jrharbort Productions.
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