Best Music in Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister LocationWhat's happening guys, this is DCfnaf, here with my first original 2017 list!!! Let me tell you all a story. I was on a post made by GamerMike35 that was meant to list the pros, cons, and ratings for a user. It was also meant to give feedback to those users. ModernSpongeBobSucks gave me a 100% rating and told me that I should provide more variety in my lists. Oh boy...that's incredibly hard. Video Games are my strongpoint so what can I do...hmm...WAIT!!! I've never made a music list yet. Isn't that weird? I love talking about beautiful music if it interests me. But how am I going to do that when most music doesn't peak my interest...I KNOW!! I'll make a list about a video game's music!!! That way I can still keep my strong knowledge point...and give everyone variety as well! Ingenious! So what game should I do? Well...I am playing through FNaF Sister Location...So how about I make that list right now??? I've been playing through Sister Location recently and I'd like to say that it is not only my favorite Five Nights at Freddy's game (as of 1/1/17), but one of my favorite video games of all time. So let's countdown some of the best music.
I also want to credit the YouTuber "The Animator Rebooted" for having extended music for each song and writing the names of these songs on his videos. He also has extended music for each song here. Also, go check out "Charmie Sweets", a YouTuber who made fan-made lyrics for three of the songs listed.
Apparently Watch Your 6 is the fan favorite music of the game. I really like the music, but it's not my personal favorite. (I still think this is going to move up to Number 1 due to votes anyway). Anyways, I love Watch Your 6. This song has such a scary, brooding vibe to it. It's like, if impending doom had a sound, this would be it. This is the music that plays during the Night 5 Ennard "Boss Battle". The music feels perfect for a final battle due to its tension and creepiness. Ennard is such a creepy character and it just wants your body so they can hide, not just for the hell of it. I can definitely see why this song is the fan favorite song. - DCfnaf
Nice music list, DCfnaf. - ModernSpongeBobSucks
Thanks! I give you partial credit for its creation but at THEY same time I was intending to make this list at some point. - DCfnaf
Yeah, Demolition Inevitable is my favorite music in this game. It is the music that plays at the final cutscene of the game where SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS Michael Afton is revealed to be the same person as Purple Guy and Springtrap. It is also revealed that Purle Guy is not actually the murderer. Wow, what a plot twist! You don't expect this...and then Michael starts to talk about all of the crap he went through...and the music starts...oh god it gave me the FEELS. The music is so sad and really makes you feel sympathy for Michael. Think about all the crap he's gone through. He's been doing dirtywork for his father William (who happens to be a child murderer), he's been scooped, he had a robot living in him, he became a zombie that the town feared, he became immortal, he lived in shadows for most of his life, he got Springlocked and became Springtrap, he lived alone inside a suit for thirty years, he was taken to Fazbear's Fright, and he almost burnt in a fire. Yeah, I'd want to get ...more - DCfnaf
Crumbling Dreams is the music that plays whenever Ballora is close to you. The music is really...beautiful. It's also really creepy in the dark, but the music is still beautiful. Once you know what hat te song is supposed to represent, it makes you feel so...sympathetic. Poor Ballora, she just wants people to see her to sing and dance... But she's trapped in this sad cold place where she gets zapped all day ; ___ ; Ballora is one of my favorite FNaF characters just for this reason. She's really, REALLY creepy, but her song is all about trying to ignore her feelings of loneliness and emptiness by simply singing and dancing around her room. Wow...all of these characters are so sad...anyways, besides the meaning of the music, the music itself is very distracting and addicting. Every time I hear her music, I don't focus on anything else besides that beautiful song. Remember, you have to listen for this music in game to actually prevent your death. Ah, is that why Ballora has the "deter ...more - DCfnaf
Tear rolls down cheek - Wolfy_29
This is my favorite song in the FNAF series. It's so beautiful but creepy.
LOL. I bet NOBODY expected the soap opera scenes at the end of each night. They're all so hilarious. The music that comes with it is really good for it. It's the perfect blend of dramatic and hilarious, due to it being a soap opera. There's also the vampire-like feel of the music and that makes sense thanks to the shows protagonist, Vlad. However, that's not the only time in the game you hear this music. You also hear it in the Night 5 Real Ending cutscene. In this cutscene, you are in Michael Afton's bathroom, and the camera scoots over to the mirror. Once you see Michael in the mirror, he opens his eyelids...only to reveal Ennard's eyes are taking up the sockets. I love how the music comes to a dramatic stop when Ennard reveals that it is wearing Michael's body as a flash costume. I also love how the music is still dramatic, but for a completely different reason. What an ingenious idea, Scott! - DCfnaf
Turtle Crusher is the music that plays during Circus Baby's 8-bit cupcake minigame. It's very cheerful and happy at first; it tries to sound like a normal day at Circus Baby's Pizza World (or Chica's Party World). "Aww, have some cupcakes and glitter while I sing to all of you! I also enjoy counting all of you! " But then, once you feed every child in the minigame and you grab the ice cream cone...the music gets...deeper...slows down...and really gets creepy. I personally believe this is supposed to represent the fact that Circus Baby was no longer herself when there was only one little girl in the room. At the end of the minigame, the music stops and Circus Baby kills the little girl. - DCfnaf
Boop, da doop, da loop (bwee dee dee da dee)
Bink ba-rink, le dink (fiddle dee dee dee)
Womp, badomp, fr-womp (winky dinky donk)
Beep, beebeep, deedeep (la bada bada bada)
This is the best Custom Night music in my opinion. It's very dark and creepy. I find it interesting how this creepy and tense music combines with Funtime Freddy's really strange voice. It just feels like the perfect blend. - DCfnaf
Gradual Liquidation is the main theme of Sister Location. You hear it play at the starting menu and at the end credits for each ending. It is great music for the main theme of a game. When you hear this music, you either feel tense from the experience you are about to go through or you feel like you want to know more about the hidden lore. I love how the song starts with a "BANG! " - DCfnaf
MVP is the song that plays when you watch the Custom Night cutscenes with Michael Afton. It's so cheerful and entertaining...despite the fact that Michael is turning into the Purple Guy. You can hear that the music is 8-bit as well, which makes sense for the atmosphere of the cutscenes. Plus Markiplier's fanmade lyrics are HILARIOUS. - DCfnaf
YES! IT'S ONE OF MY FAVORITE SONGS!
SO GOOD - coolgamert
Creepy and I hate Enard he's creepy and always jumpscares me.
I love this song :3 it's so catchy.
This music also plays during a Custom Night setting. I'm not sure which one though. It's really dramatic music and it is strangely catchy. I don't have much to say about it to be honest, it's just really good music for this setting. - DCfnaf
This music plays during the first Custom Night setting. I'm guessing "Angry Ballet". It sounds really...depressing. You can hear some kind of dinging sound in the background as well, which makes sense since Ballora and her minireenas are attacking you. - DCfnaf
Fist of all it starts as a adorable Biggining song then... chaos begin.ðŸ˜"ðŸ˜²ðŸ˜¨ðŸ˜±
Yes. Just everything is yes. The Baby lines, Foxy lines, just YES! My sister's competing in National Cheerleading/Tumbling, and I had a dream her squad performed to Circus of the Dead and WON. It was good! They had a girl doing a tightrope effect, and my sister was cartwheeling through hoops and the girls were all in clowny costumes--OOFFF it was so good!
I like it, I mean the female voice lines are creepy but otherwise an awesome song
Need some feels? *throws song into your face* Have some feels. EAT IT! ï¿½"