[RELATED] Music used in the “Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time” Reveal Trailer – Rockafeller Skank by Fatboy Slim


Sylvielmna Zjsch: Josh Mancell – Rock It [w/ score] (PRERELEASE)


See inside the music with this transcription of Rock It / Pack Attack!
Crash Bandicoot 2, Cortex Strikes Back
Josh Mancell
Arr. Sylvielmna Zjsch

By far one of my favourite tunes from the game. The harp pedallings actually work! The timpani lines are difficult, but possible. It would sound totally amazing to have a real theremin on this track. If you have an orchestra and want to play this, let me know! firstlast@gmail.com

Josh Mancell: Warp Room + bonus medley from Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped (1998)


Josh Mancell Portrait

Josh Mancell has released a medley that contains a track or several tracks from Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped (1998)

This is as follows: Warp Room + bonus medley from Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped (1998). The following may sound noticeably different from their final version(s) on the PlayStation. Listen below:

Track order (Thanks, KBABZ):

  • Warp Room
  • Tomb Time
  • Hang ’em High
  • Toad Village
  • Bone Yard

[PLAYLIST] Crash Bandicoot Mobile OST (WIP) Music Soundtrack


Game: Crash Bandicoot Mobile
Developer: King
Composer: King Audio
Genres: Soundtrack, Music, Game Music
Released (Soft-launch): April 22, 2020

℗ 2020 Activision Publishing, Inc.

In-Game Playlist provided by AbdulTheArabicGuy

JumpButton: Crash Bandicoot Mobile Soundtrack OST Sampler


Another thing that’s hard to deny is the Marc Baril influence in the Crash Mobile music.

It sounds like a meeting in the middle of Trilogy/Titans music, a marriage of the punchy melodies and percussion from Mancell’s stuff and the almost cinematic cartooniness of Baril’s.

Josh Mancell: Early Demo Medley 2 (jungle rollers xp1, boulders xp1, ruins xp1, ruins xp2) from Crash Bandicoot (1996)


Josh Mancell Portrait

Josh Mancell has released a medley that contains some tracks from Crash Bandicoot (1996)

This is as follows: Early Demo Medley 2 (jungle rollers xp1, boulders xp1, ruins xp1, ruins xp2) from Crash Bandicoot (1996). The following may sound noticeably different from their final version(s) on the PlayStation. Listen below: