Compilation: Fallout 3
Compilation Details For Fallout 3:
The soundtrack from the post-apocalyptic RPG "Fallout 3"
Several famous actors of film and video games lent their voices to Fallout 3, including Liam Neeson as James, Ron Perlman as the game's narrator, Malcolm McDowell as President John Henry Eden, and Odette Yustman as Amata Almodovar. Veteran voice actors Dee Bradley Baker, Wes Johnson and Stephen Russell also provided voice overs for the game.
The Fallout 3 soundtrack continued the series' convention of featuring sentimental 1940s big band American popular music, the main theme, and few other side songs recorded by The Ink Spots and the Andrews Sisters; in addition to a score written by composer Inon Zur. In a review of the game for Kotaku, Mike Fahey commented that "While Inon Zur's score is filled with epic goodness, the real stars of Fallout 3's music are the vintage songs from the 1940s."
The following is a list of the 20 licensed songs that appear in Fallout 3.
1. "I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire" The Ink Spots 3:07
Songs In This Production (20 Total) :
Fallout 3 - I'm Tickled Pink by Jack Shaindlin
Fallout 3 - Way Back Home by Bob Crosby & the Bobcats
Fallout 3 - Swing Doors by Allan Gray
Fallout 3 - Rhythm for You by Eddy Christiani
Fallout 3 - Mighty Mighty Man by Roy Brown
Fallout 3 - Maybe by The Ink Spots
Fallout 3 - Let's Go Sunning by Jack Shaindlin
Fallout 3 - Jolly Days by Gerhard Trede
Fallout 3 - Jazzy Interlude by William "Billy" Munn
Fallout 3 - Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall by Ella Fitzgerald
Fallout 3 - (I'm in Love with) a Wonderful Guy by Tex Beneke
Fallout 3 - I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire by The Ink Spots
Fallout 3 - Happy Times by Bob Crosby & the Bobcats
Fallout 3 - Fox Boogie by Gerhard Trede
Fallout 3 - Easy Living by Billie Holiday
Fallout 3 - Crazy He Calls Me by Billie Holiday
Fallout 3 - Civilization by Danny Kaye , The Andrews Sisters
Fallout 3 - Butcher Pete (Part 1) by Roy Brown
Fallout 3 - Boogie Man by Sid Phillips
Fallout 3 - Anything Goes by Cole Porter