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List of PlayStation 1 games with CD audio tracks

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List of PlayStation 1 games with CD audio tracks

Game Developers would often format in-game audio as CD audio that could be accessed with a normal CD player, as well as adding hidden tracks featuring audio not otherwise accessible through normal game playback methods. These audio tracks could also be accessed through the original PlayStation console's CD Audio Player feature after startup. Generally when a PlayStation Game title is played in a normal audio CD Player, the first track contains the computer game data which may produce an undesired scrambled sound effect if selected.

This list is for any PlayStation game that feature these audio tracks:

Game List

Game # Tracks Notes
The Adventures of Lomax
Alien Trilogy 12 Disc has 26 tracks. Even numbered tracks are background music, odd numbered tracks are only few seconds of silence, except 1st (Data track) and 26th (A sinewave sound).
Actua Soccer 1
Assault Rigs
Batman: Gotham City Racer
Battle Arena Toshinden
Battle Arena Toshinden 2
Battle Arena Toshinden 3 1
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S
Black Dawn
Bombing Islands, The
Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror 1 When accessed as an audio CD, the track played during the in-game credits sequence can be listened to in full.
C: The Contra Adventure
Carnage Heart
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night 2 Track 2 features Alucard humorously alerting the listener not to play "Cut Number One" (computer data track). Track 3 is a "hidden" music track, featuring audio not within the actual game.
Contra: Legacy of War
Codename: Tenka
Cool Boarders
Cool Boarders 2
Critical Depth
Cyber Sled
Cyberspeed 12
Daytona USA
Dead or Alive 28 Contains the entire OST as well as character lose quotes.
Destruction Derby Raw
Die Hard Trilogy 21 1st is data track. 22nd track is a sinewave sound. In the PAL edition, 21st track is an identical copy of 20th track (Music played when the player kills the last enemy in the floor in Die Hard and the bomb is enabled). In the NTSC edition is a music played when the player fails in Die Hard: With a Vengeance.
Doom 7 Has the ending vocals with the demon voice.
Duke Nukem 3D
ESPN Extreme Games Also known as 1Xtreme.
Final Doom 6
Final Fantasy VIII 1 Fay Wong's vocal track Eyes On Me was playable from one of the game's four discs.
Fighting Force 26 Entire OST
Firestorm: Thunderhawk 2 76 Tracks 2 through 9 are soundtrack music, the rest are mission briefs, track 76 is blank
Ford Racing
Gekido 5
Grand Theft Auto 10
Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969 15
Grand Theft Auto: London, 1961
Gundam Battle Assault
Hogs of War 2
Hot Wheels: Turbo Racing 13
In the Hunt
Inspector Gadget - Gadget's Crazy Maze 11
Jet Moto 12
Jet Moto 2
Krazy Ivan
Lego Rock Raiders (video game)
Lemmings 3D
Lifeforce Tenka (Codename: Tenka)
The Lion King: Simba's Mighty Adventure
Loaded 29 Features in-game music tracks, additional unused demo tracks, and two licensed music tracks from Pop Will Eat Itself.
Lost World, The: Jurassic Park
Lunar: Silver Star Story 1
Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete
Little Big Adventure
Machine Hunter
Mega Man X3 Also known as Rockman X3 in Japan
Mobile Light Force 12
Monster Rancher 1
Mortal Kombat 3 61 Features announcer soundbytes as well as BGM.
Mortal Kombat Trilogy 29
N2O: Nitrous Oxide 10 Features music tracks from The Crystal Method debut album Vegas.
Namco Museum Vol. 1
Namco Museum Vol. 2
Namco Museum Vol. 3
NHL '97
NGen Racing
Nightmare Creatures
Ninja: Shadow of Darkness
Nuclear Strike 1
Pac-Man World
Pool Shark
Project Overkill
Project X2 11 Final track is blank
Rage Racer
Rally Cross 2
Rapid Racer Soundtrack by Apollo 440
Rayman 50
Rayman 2: The Great Escape 1 The track plays during the 2D prototype of Rayman 2.
Red Asphalt
Ridge Racer
Ridge Racer Revolution
Rise 2: Resurrection Also known as Rise Of The Robots 2: The Resurrection
Robotron X
Rogue Trip: Vacation 2012
Rollcage 15 Includes music from Fatboy Slim, E-Z Rollers, Pressure Rise, Aphrodite, Ashley Beedle, Organized, Hoax, Les Rosbifs, Ratman, Danmass, Ed Rush & Nico, Pascal and Freestyles. Psygnosis released a special Limited Edition version of this title, which included a CD soundtrack disc featuring 12 (of 15) tracks from the game. However, all tracks are readily accessible directly from the PlayStation game disc.
Rollcage Stage II 12 Includes music from E-Z Rollers, Technical Itch, Omni Trio, Aquasky, Flytronix and Dom And Roland. An official soundtrack featuring all 12 tracks was released separately. Currently, the album is available for digital download purchase via iTunes.
San Francisco Rush: Extreme Racing
Silhouette Mirage 25 Features most BGM.
Skeleton Warriors
Sled Storm 10 Features licensed music from Rob Zombie, Econoline Crush, E-Z Rollers, Dom & Rolland and Uberzone, along with video game composer Jeff van Dyck.
South Park Rally
Spin Jam
Sports Car GT 1
Spot Goes To Hollywood
Star Wars:Demolition 11
Star Wars: Masters of Teräs Käsi
Steel Harbinger
Street Fighter Alpha
Street Fighter Alpha 2
Street Sk8er
Supersonic Racers 26 Several tracks of background sound effects followed by music tracks
Swagman 12
T'ai Fu: Wrath of the Tiger
Tekken 2 1
Tekken 3 1
Tetris Plus
Tiger Shark
Tobal No. 1
Tokyo Highway Battle
Tomb Raider 56 Features Lara's tutorial instructions as well as music.
Tomb Raider II
Tomb Raider III
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater
Transport Tycoon 9
Twisted Metal
Twisted Metal 2 10 Contains eight World Stage tracks, a game demo track and the Twisted Metal 2 Theme.
Twisted Metal 3
Twisted Metal 4
V-Rally 11 Final track is blank
View Point 1
Vigilante 8
Vigilante 8: 2nd Offense 16
Warhawk 9 Contains in-game Level Music, along with End Credits music.
WCW Nitro
WCW vs. the World
Wipeout 2097 Also known as Wipeout XL in the USA.
Wipeout 3 Also known as Wip3out.
Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style

Demo Disc List

Disc # Tracks Notes
Jampack Vol. 1 7 SCUS-94176 - Audio track times are: 2:22, 3:02, 2:09, 5:10, 0:14, 2:04, 3:35.
Jampack Vol. 2 2 SCUS-94197 - Audio track times are 1:57, 5:34.

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