- Power Rangers: Lost Galaxy (2014 Fan-Film) - The Score
- Power Rangers: Lost Galaxy (2014 Fan-Film) - Soundtrack by Various Artists
On September 10, 2013, Marsh confirmed that composer John Ottman will do some of the score, while incorperating a part of the iconic music cue of Danny Elfman's Spider-Man theme - from Sam Raimi's original Spider-Man film trilogy (although Spider-Man and Power Rangers have nothing in common) - in some parts of the score that Marsh himself has used in his past unmade Power Rangers: Lost Galaxy Fan-Film projects (2002-2011), which Marsh have attempted of doing without Sony and Raimi (or any of the following [former film] series' composers)'s permission. This will mark Ottman's second film in the Superhero genre in incorperate a theme of another superhero by a previously established composer. First being in Superman Returns with the reuse of John Williams' iconic "Superman March" theme.
On September 1, 2013 It has been confirmed that most of the score will be done by Marsh's music composition studio, The Marsh Bros. Orchestra will do the score along with some music cojointly done by his brother's music artist name Degadothica .
Noam Kaniel, the current series composer of the Power Rangers fanchise (that started with Samurai) will supervise and compose less additional music.
Parts of the Power Rangers: Lost Galaxy theme by Jeremy Sweet (mainly the instrumental version) will be cued [unofficially] in some portions of the score.
A few tracks of the score have been released on Marsh's MySpace page on November 19, 2013.