Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel soundtrack

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Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel soundtrack
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AuthorMatt Gruber
PublisherInterplay Entertainment
Release Date13 January 2004
 
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The Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel soundtrack features different style of music compared to other Fallout games, with one ambient music from the 1940s and 1950s, Fallout style background music and music by modern bands, such as Slipknot, Killswitch Engage, Celldweller, Meshuggah, Skinlab, and musician Devin Townsend.

For modern bands however, the game diffuses only the instrumental and are only plays during the bosses fight.

Tracks[edit | edit source]

Intro song[edit | edit source]

Ambient music[edit | edit source]

  • Matt Gruber - "Carbon Town Center"
  • Matt Gruber - "Carbon Bar"
  • Matt Gruber - "Carbon Warehouse"
  • Matt Gruber - "Carbon Crater landslide"
  • Matt Gruber - "Carbon Raiders attack"
  • Matt Gruber - "Carbon Parking Lot"
  • Matt Gruber - "Carbon Mill Grinder"
  • Matt Gruber - "Los Bridges"
  • Matt Gruber - "Los Docks"
  • Matt Gruber - "Secret Vault Residence Area"
  • Matt Gruber - "Secret Vault Ruins"
  • Matt Gruber - "Secret Vault Laboratories"
  • Matt Gruber - "Secret Vault Mutated Lab"
  • Matt Gruber - "Gameover"

Bosses music[edit | edit source]

  • Skinlab - "Slave The Way"
  • Skinlab - "Beneath The Surface"
  • Skinlab - "Losing All"
  • Meshuggah - "Perpetual Black Second"
  • Meshuggah - "Straws Pulled At Random"
  • Slipknot - "The Heretic Anthem"
  • Slipknot - "People = Shit"
  • Chimaira - "The Dehumanizing Process"
  • Chimaira - "Stigmurder"
  • Chimaira - "Pure Hatred"
  • Killswitch Engage - "My Last Serenade"
  • Killswitch Engage - "Temple From The Within"
  • Celldweller - "Stay With Me (Unlikely)"
  • Celldweller - "The Last Firstborn"

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The band Meshuggah is misspelled in the Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel game manual and is instead spelled Messhugha.
  • The song played in the start menu, "A Nuclear Blast", and the ambient musics are not mentioned in the game manual probably due to an oversight.