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Fallout 2 soundtrack

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Publication
Fallout 2 soundtrack
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AuthorMark Morgan
PublisherInterplay Entertainment
Release DateSeptember 30, 1998
MediumMusic album
WebsiteComplete Soundtrack
 
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The soundtrack for Fallout 2 is a compilation of dark ambient tracks composed by Mark Morgan. On May 10, 2010, it was released together with the Fallout soundtrack on Morgan's Vault Archives compilation.

Track listing

No. Title Listen Length Location
1 Trader's Life 4:00 Shady Sands
2 Moribund World 3:06 Klamath
3 Khans of New California 3:22 The Den
4 Desert Wind 3:18 Unused
5 Vats of Goo 3:10 Broken Hills, Vault 13 and Sierra Army Depot
6 City of Lost Angels 3:35 Unused
7 Industrial Junk 3:06 Gecko
8 Underground Troubles 3:44 Unused
9 City of the Dead 3:06 Navarro and Vault 15
10 Follower's Credo 2:42 Control station Enclave
11 Beyond the Canyon 3:20 Arroyo
12 Dream Town 3:12 Modoc
13 Biggest Little City in the World 3:13 New Reno
14 My Chrysalis Highwayman 3:20 World map with the Highwayman
15 Many Contrasts 3:24 San Francisco
16 All-Clear Signal 3:26 Vault City
17 California Revisited 3:24 World map on foot
18 Gold Slouch 3:24 Redding
  • The soundtrack CD did not include the intro song, "A Kiss to Build a Dream On," which can be found in the in-game music files.
  • The names for the new tracks were created by No Mutants Allowed, as there were no official ones. With the release of Vault Archives and the GOG.com versions of Fallout 2, these were made official.[1]

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