The Fallout 4 soundtrack is going to be a big, big deal for some rather obscure artists. Well, not that they were always obscure but I’m sure if you told The Ink spots that 60 years later “I Don’t Want To Set The World On Fire” would be the centerpiece of a post-apocalyptic video game loved by millions they’d say “What’s a video game?”
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Fallout 4 Soundtrack: The Ink Spots
There will be Ink Spots in Fallout 4. We already have one song as the “theme song” for the game, “It’s All Over But The Crying.” The band was used in the very first Fallout game, and was well represented in Fallout 3 with a total of three different songs, including the infamous “I Don’t Want To Set The World On Fire.” So we’ll start with four Ink Spots tracks I think will fit the bill for Fallout 4. The Fallout 4 free download is also available.
It’s got that smooth but haunting vibe that fits so well in Fallout. Plus, this track was tweeted out by none other than Three Dog himself, so you know it at least strikes a chord with the Fallout creatives.