A Japanese release that features the popular hit song from the Crash Dance in Japan, featured in certain commercials ("Bandy, Bandy, Bandy-kuu!"). The song has 3 versions: the album version, the original karaoke version, and the "Dance CM" version. There is also a 4th track which is a remix of the aforementioned song, making it sound like a mix of J-pop and rap.
Crash Banjy-Kyusuu ~Carnival 2000 Mix~
Another Japanese release, related to Crash Bash. The album has a samba-oriented mix of the song from the previous album, and it comes in 4 different versions: normal, Rev Up Mix, Short Version and Karaoke.
Game Music Collection
The Japanese Crash Bandicoot song by SCSZIPS is featured in Sony Computer Entertainment Japan's Game Music Collection, along with other memorable songs from PlayStation games.
Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced Soundtrack
N-Tranced got a day 1 limited special edition in the United States. It came inside a case that contained the game, an N-Tranced poster, a Student Planner, and the official soundtrack of the game. The soundtrack featured most of the in-game music in high-quality, though it also included some Crash 3 (likely intended to be used in the game at some point). The music includes the main N-Tranced theme, Warp Room, Arabia, Egypt, Volcano, Jungle, Motorcycle (Warped) and Future (Warped). It's worth noting that this rendition of the Future music was used in The Huge Adventure (a.k.a. XS).
Crash Nitro Kart Soundtrack
This limited Crash Nitro Kart soundtrack contains all of the tracks composed by Todd Masten, leaving out the ones composed by Ashif Hakik. It was part of a special package deal with WalMart and not sold separately.
The included tracks are Inferno Island, Meteor Gorge, Out of Time, Android Alley, Tiny Temple, Deep Sea Driving, Clockwork Wumpa, Electron Avenue, and Victorious Velo (the theme that plays when you race against Velo). All tracks include intro segments unheard in the game.
Crash Twinsanity Soundtrack
Though it never had a commercial release, the official soundtrack for Crash Twinsanity was freely available for everyone to download in MP3 format (256 kbps, 44 khz). Though heavily synthesized, the music is performed in a style called a cappella, which means that no instruments other than the singers' voices were used.
The soundtrack featured all of the game music except for High Seas Hi-Jinks and the boss themes for N. Gin, Dingodile and Madame Amberly. It did, however, contain 4 bonus tracks to make up for it: a removed Ice Climb theme, an alternate version for Boiler Room Doom (briefly heard in the credits), an alternate version for Classroom Chaos, and a second version of Academy of Evil that, thankfully, omits the evil laughter.
Crash Tag Team Racing Original Game Music Score
Released on March 6, 2007, the official soundtrack for Crash Tag Team Racing is available for purchase on iTunes. The soundtrack offers 15 songs from the game, namely the ones from the racing tracks. Each song is a remix of the track's main theme, losing the last lap (6th-8th place), and winning the last lap (1st-2nd place), ending abruptly like it got cut off. The soundtrack was composed and performed by Marc Baril and, although not credited for some reason, Spiralmouth.
This soundtrack later became available at the Zune Marketplace, at the cost of 79 Microsoft Points per track (or 880 Microsoft Points for the entire soundtrack).
Crash of the Titans Original Game Music Score
The second of Marc Baril's soundtracks was digitally released on November 11, 2007. It contains 32 music tracks from Crash of the Titans and can be purchased on iTunes or the Zune Marketplace (2291 Microsoft points for the entire soundtrack). A limited physical release containing 2 discs was also available for purchase at one point.