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The song "Death By Glamour" is a remix of the songs "Core", "Metal Crusher", and "It's Showtime".
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
After 3 minutes and 35 seconds, the music on the title screen will change to "Ga Ra Ta Da", a Simlish version of "Let's Get It Started" by The Black Eyed Peas.

It's the same song that plays during the intro, but is extended to include the full song.
Contributed by SuperFlorian12
The songs "Saika", "Sacred", "Sanctity", "Holy Knight", "Colorful Skies", and "Bloody Purity" all appeared in the arcade game Mozarc: Fall in Melody.
Contributed by DrakeVagabond
"Hot Air Balloon" is the main theme to another Rayark game, Mandora.
Contributed by DrakeVagabond
The red and blue haired women from the cover of "Holy Knights" are named Rosabel and Iris respectively. Chapter K is dedicated to telling the story of these two princesses, with all songs being variations of "Holy Knight."
Contributed by DrakeVagabond
During the intro cutscene, the theme from the fourth opening of the One Piece anime ("Bon-Bon Blanco - Bon Voyage") with its lyrics is used the Japanese version, but is replaced with a made-up instrumental version in the European version. The ocean ripples shown on the "One Piece: Round the Land" titlecard are also slightly different in comparison.

Additionally, the part where Luffy and his friends are running towards the screen together is a reference to the fourth opening of the One Piece anime, where Luffy and his friends are walking towards the screen together.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
The "Main Title" theme sounds very similar to theme of the musical "The Phantom of the Opera" by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
The opening segment to the theme for "Stage 7 - Dr Tongue's Castle of Terror" sounds strikingly similar to the main title theme for the movie "The Shining".
Contributed by ProtoSnake
The song "Icicle" features garbled vocal samples. These samples are actually audio from South Park, more specifically the episode "Mecha-Streisand".
Contributed by Takahashi2212
According to developer Toby Fox, the song "Redline Day" helped inspire him to make changes to the Undertale OST.
Contributed by Countnecula
The two songs that Lúcio plays during his Crossfade ability have been officially released by Blizzard onto Soundcloud under the album name "Synaesthesia Auditiva". The speed-boost track is called "We Move Together As One" and the healing track is called "Rejuvenescência".
Contributed by G-Haven
In the game, one of the notes mentions that they "sang a bit about not setting the world on fire". This is a reference to the song "I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire" by The Ink Spots, most likely for it's use on the Fallout 3 soundtrack.
Contributed by billebobfacts
Phantasy Star Online 2
Many of the Event Emergency Quests have music from other Sega Games, such as Sonic Adventure 2, Space channel 5, Burning Rangers and NiGHTS into Dreams.
Contributed by mattwo
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
Some of the music in the game is remixed from the older Mario games. The ones that are easy to tell are;
• Mario's Pad music is a mix of the classic level music from the first Super Mario Bros. and the overworld music to Grass Land in Super Mario Bros. 3.
• The music that plays when Gaz of Rose Town plays with his Geno doll is the classic Super Mario World Athletic theme
• The Starman theme is a remix from the classic Starman theme, albeit a bit harder to hear than the original.
• The underground music is remixed from the classic Super Mario Bros. underground music.

The ones that are harder to tell are:
• The music to the opening cutscene of Princess Toadstool in the garden is actually a slowed down and shortened remix of the overworld music in World 1 - Grass Land, from the game Super Mario Bros. 3.
• Parts of Bowser's Battle theme from the beginning of the game are remixed from the music of Bowser's Fight music in Super Mario Bros. 3.
• The music in Grate Guy's Casino is remixed from the Bonus Stage music in Super Mario Bros. 3.
Contributed by G-Haven
Dobutsu no Mori e+
If the player visits K.K. Slider on the Saturday before their birthday (Or if their birthday is on a Saturday), K.K. Slider will play a song that can only play on that day, which can only be heard live.
The song, "K.K. Birthday", would later be brought back in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, with the same requirements to hear it, but unlike Dōbutsu no Mori e+ it actually has an aircheck version.
Contributed by VGTurtle
Sonic Rush
The song "Back 2 Back" uses a rearranged sample of the line "spinning on the turntables, back to back", from the "The Haunted House of Rock" by Whodini.
Contributed by Takahashi2212
Sonic Rush
The song "Metal Scratchin" eponymous sample "Go ahead! Scratch Me!" is actually a sample of the Looney Tunes: Merry Melodies, specifically "Scratch Me."

The laughing sample that plays during the track is a sample of the Peech Boys' "Don't Make Me Wait."
Contributed by Takahashi2212
The music that is played on the world map of Fallout and Fallout 2, "Moribund World", was heavily influenced by the track "window sill" by Aphex Twin.
Contributed by retrolinkx
The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes
In the lobby of Tri Force Heroes the player can dash into a wall on either side of the room and a purple and pink striped ball will drop down. If the player hits the ball into the air it will start playing music from various games in the series. The music will only continue if the player keeps the ball in the air.
Contributed by JiraiyaSennin
The song that plays while editing an underground level in the Super Mario Bros. theme contains a looping piano segment extremely similar to one used in Dave Brubeck's 1956 song: Take Five.
It also contains drums sections in the rhythm of the same song, though played at a higher tempo.
Contributed by Boyobmas
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