The Full Diamond City Radio Playlist From Fallout 4

If you are like the millions of other vault-dwellers new to The Commonwealth, you may find the lack of music choice a bit disheartening. However, Diamond City Radio, the Fallout 4 equivalent to Fallout 3’s Galaxy News Radio, has a good helping of tracks to keep you whistling throughout the wasteland.

Here’s the full list of the radio station’s tracklist. These are old 1940s and 1950s classics, in keeping with Fallout’s pre-war aesthetic. Many of them have eerie, atomic, post-apocalyptic themes, making them perfect for the game. Artists like Billie Holiday and Nat King Cole feature, along with others.

Here’s the full track list:

  • “Orange Colored Sky” – Nat “King” Cole and Stan Kenton
  • “It’s All Over But The Crying” – The Ink Spots
  • “A Wonderful Guy” – Tex Beneke
  • “The End Of The World” – Skeeter Davis
  • “Crawl Out Through The Fallout” – Sheldon Allman
  • “Rocket 69” – Connie Allen
  • “Pistol Packin’ Mama” – Bing Crosby
  • “The Wanderer” – Dion DiMucci
  • “Atom Bomb baby” – The Five Stars
  • “Crazy He Calls Me” – Billie Holiday
  • “Easy Living” – Billie Holiday
  • “Dear Hearts and Gentle People” – Bob Crosby and the Bobcats
  • “Happy Times”
  • “Way Back Home” – Bob Crosby and The Bobcats
  • “Anything Goes” – Cole Porter
  • “Civilization” – Danny Kaye with the Andrews Sisters
  • “Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall” – Ella Fitzgerald with The Ink Spots
  • “Butcher Pete” – Roy Brown
  • “Mighty, Mighty Man” – Roy Brown
  • “I Don’t Want To Set The World On Fire” – The Ink Spots
  • “Maybe” The Ink Spots
  • “Good Rockin Tonight” – Roy Brown and His Mighty Men
  • “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On” – Big Maybelle
  • “Worry Worry Worry” – The Three Suns
  • “Undecided” – Ella Fitzgerald
  • “Butcher Pete, Part 2” – Roy Brown
  • “The Wanderer (XXX)” – Dion
  • “Uranium Fever” – Elton Britt
  • “Right Behind You Baby” – Ray Smith
  • “Personality” – Johnny Mercer
  • “Uranium Rock” – Warren Smith
  • “Grandma Plays the Numbers” – Wynonie Harris
  • “Keep a Knockin’” – Louis Jordan
  • “One More Tomorrow” – Frankie Carle
  • “(I’m In Love With) A Wonderful Guy” – Tex Beneke and Margaret Whiting
  • “It’s a Man” – Betty Hutton
  • “Sixty Minute Man” – Billy Ward and his Dominoes
  • “He’s A Demon – He’s A Devil – He’s a Doll” – Betty Hutton
  • “Accentuate The Positive” – Bing Crosby

If you’re not sure whether to pick up the game, read our in-depth review. If you’re already scavenging the commonwealth, make sure to check out one of our guides, like our full list of the game’s companions, or our advanced console commands list.