Fallout 3 iMix on iTunes


Since Fallout 3 was released, I’ve received numerous emails asking about where you can buy music from the game. If you pre-ordered the game from Gamestop, you might have been lucky enough to get a few of the game’s tracks on our soundtrack sampler. If you’re looking for more tunes from the game, there’s a pretty good iMix up with songs you can purchase from the game.

To find it, enter the iTunes Store. From there, select “Music,” then “iMix.” From the iMix page, if you do a search for Fallout, you should find an iMix one user submitted called Fallout 3.. From there, you can purchase any or all of the following songs:

  • Butcher Pete — Roy Brown
  • I Don’t Want to Set the World on Fire — The Ink Spots
  • Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall — The Ink Spots & Ella Fitzgerald
  • Way Back Home — Bob Crosby and the Bobcats
  • Anything Goes — Cole Porter with Vince Giordano & The Nighthawks
  • Maybe — The Ink Spots
  • Dear Hearts and Gentle People — Bob Crosby and the Bobcats
  • Civilization (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo) — Danny Kaye
  • Happy Times — Bob Crosby and the Bobcats
  • Mighty Mighty Man — Roy Brown
  • Easy Living — Billie Holiday
  • Crazy He Calls Me — Billie Holiday
  • A Wonderful Guy — Tex Beneke


Reader Comments

  1. Roy Brown has a lot of really fun old school R&B songs. And everybody should buy one of his compilation albums or whatever just to find out what happens to Butcher Pete in Part 2 of his song, if nothing else. 😉

  2. Nice music. Very neat game.

    Problem: The satanists and bloodletters on your staff had to sow vampiric propaganda on behalf of Satan so you could win new converts.

    You suck for that.

  3. It occurred to me that Butcher Pete isn’t really a literal song about a guy and his knife. Knife, hackin, wackin and smackin – thems just euphemisms. Or maybe I’m just over thinking it…

  4. It would also be really nice to get a listing of the violin songs used on Agatha’s station. I loved them and thought they were chosen very well.

  5. This is nice to know. I may buy the whole set of songs. Still, it’s a shame that a piece junk like Resident Evil 5 gets a whole set of CDs of inane game music in stores, but Fallout 3 can’t get one CD of these classics of the ’30s and ’40s.

  6. These songs are great and all, but what about the Jazz interludes? I really loved listening to them while blowing a super mutant’s head off.