Vault Archives

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Vault Archives
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AuthorMark Morgan (composer)
Vladislav Isaev (remastering)
RedBase (cover art)
PublisherAural Network
Release Date10 May 2010
MediumMusic album
WebsiteDownload
 
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Vault Archives is a compilation of all dark ambient[1] scores composed by Mark Morgan for Fallout and Fallout 2, remastered in high quality. The album was engineered and mixed by Vladislav Isaev and was released on May 10, 2010 online.

On May 11, 2010, the download was taken down, with a note that it would be coming back soon. It was made available again on December 27, 2010.

Tracks[edit | edit source]

  1. Radiation Storm (the Glow)
  2. Industrial Junk (Junktown, Gecko)
  3. Khans of New California (Raiders (base), the Den)
  4. Metallic Monks (Lost Hills)
  5. Follower's Credo (Los Angeles Public Library, Control station Enclave)
  6. Vats of Goo (Mariposa Military Base, Vault 13 in Fallout 2, Broken Hills, Sierra Army Depot)
  7. A Trader's Life (The Hub, N.C.R.)
  8. Moribund World (Fallout World map, Klamath)
  9. The Vault of the Future (Vault 13 in Fallout)
  10. Second Chance (Shady Sands)
  11. City of the Dead (Necropolis, Navarro, Vault 15)
  12. Underground Troubles (Caves)
  13. City of Lost Angels (Boneyard)
  14. Flame of the Ancient World (Los Angeles Vault)
  15. Many Contrasts (San Francisco)
  16. Gold Slouch (Redding)
  17. My Chrysalis Highwayman (Fallout 2 world map with car)
  18. Beyond the Canyon (Arroyo)
  19. Biggest Little City in the World (New Reno)
  20. Dream Town (Modoc)
  21. California Revisited (Fallout 2 world map on foot)
  22. All-Clear Signal (Vault City)
  23. Acolytes of the New God (the Cathedral)
  24. Desert Wind (the Wasteland)

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References

  1. Mark Morgan interview: "Although Planescape: Torment had some orchestral elements, it still came from an ambient place in order to tell the story, whereas Fallout was simply a very dark ambient game,"