- Follow The White Rabbit, Jennah Bell
- Elements, Lindsey Stirling. Because the elemental attacks personas use clearly need a song. Also the music video is badass.
- Reach Out to the Truth -Inst version-, Shoji Meguro. Earlier versions had even more songs from Persona 4, but I tried to cut it down.
- その影 (The Shadow), Susumu Hirasawa (from Paprika)
- The Demon Power, Joe Hisaishi (from Princess Mononoke). Arguably this only made the cut because it's very short, but it seems thematically appropriate.
- Son Of A Gun, Joe Iconis
- I Stopped Listening, We're About 9. Don't seem to be able to find a link for it. I was trying to come up a song the right type of fighting/unhealthy relationship that didn't seem too much specifically romantic/a breakup song. I guess this is probably still talking about a romantic relationship, but it still has a good feel.
- Lost, Zoë Keating
- Hopeless Wanderer, Mumford & Sons
- Hiding from Shadows, Ari Pulkkinen. Title was too perfect to pass up.
- Long Past Gone, Jami Sieber. Thematically appropriate and also from Braid, a very well-done time-travel video game.
- We were so wrong!, Besides
- The Bad Ending, from CHRONOTORIOUS. I like the conceit that Persona: Too Late starts at the bad ending to a video game. Also, Chrono Trigger's my other favorite time-travel video game.
- Creeping Death, Apocalyptica covering Metallica
- The Shadows Theme, from Planescape Torment. This one's also a bit gratuitous, but I'm all over Planescape Torment, so why not. I guess there are some related themes.
- Searching Through Time, Hejira. I'm not actually all that into this song, but it won "most apropos time-travel-related title".
- Over the Top Fight Scene, The Filmographers
- I'll Face Myself -Battle-, Shoji Meguro
- Nothing Else Matters, Resonance covering Metallica
- Blood Test, Kris Delmhorst. Probably doesn't really make sense, but I like the idea of a blood test to distinguish figments or impostors from reality and it sorta makes sense with personas being masks and such.
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