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The Fallout 2 score was composed by Mark Morgan for Fallout 2. On May 10, 2010, it was released together with the Fallout 1 soundtrack on Morgan's Vault Archives album.

Fallout 2: The Soundtrack

Biggest Little City in the World

Plays in New Reno in Fallout 2.

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My Chrysalis Highwayman

Plays on the world map screen when using the Highwayman to travel in Fallout 2.

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California Revisited

Plays on the world map while on foot in Fallout 2.

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Many Contrasts

Plays at San Francisco in Fallout 2.

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Beyond the Canyon

Plays at Arroyo in Fallout 2.

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Gold Slouch

Plays at Redding in Fallout 2. It was re-used in Fallout: New Vegas near the wrecked Highwayman.

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Dream Town (Serenity)

Plays at Modoc in Fallout 2. It was re-used in Fallout: New Vegas at the Gomorrah courtyard, Vault 21, New Vegas medical clinic, Jack Rabbit Springs, the coyote den, the Hopeville armory in Lonesome Road, the X-13 research facility in Old World Blues, and several other unnamed locations.

The track was originally composed for another game, NetStorm.

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All-Clear Signal

Plays at Vault City in Fallout 2.

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Notes

  • The track "All-Clear Signal" contains a drum loop sampled from the song "Busy Child" by The Crystal Method, it also uses a similar synth structure and samples as 4:00 onwards of "Intelligence Dream" by Synaesthesia.
  • "Biggest Little City in the World" appears to have been based on "Basic Instinct Main Theme" by Jerry Goldsmith.
  • The guitar from "Gold Slouch" is a slowed down cover of the guitar from "Project Blue" by Snuffy Walden for the 1994 Television Miniseries "The Stand".

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