Fallout 3 Original Soundtrack Headed Back to Vinyl for Special Release

Fallout 3 Soundtrack

This October will mark the ninth anniversary of Bethesda’s Fallout 3. One of the components that added to the widespread success of the franchise title was its original soundtrack. Although the soundtrack has been released before, Spacelab9 has announced that re-release of the OST is coming back to vinyl.

This special edition soundtrack will mark Spacelab9‘s third release of the album. The first two releases sold out rather quickly due to the high quality collector value of the vinyl record and packaging. The new release will include an album sleeve that is identical to Fallout 3’s cover. Inside, fans will enjoy some of the retro-futuristic style artwork that the franchise is known for. A variant edition that contains a yellow record bearing the “Vault 101” insignia will be available for only $30 through ThinkGeek on June 30th.

The soundtrack is composed by Inon Zur, who has also composed the orchestra score for Fallout: New Vegas and Fallout 4. The track list and running times for the new vinyl release are listed below:

  1. Main Title (2:04)
  2. New World, New Order (1:34)
  3. Lockstep (1:37)
  4. Price of Honor (1:40)
  5. Gotta Start Somewhere (3:28)
  6.  City of Ruin (3:26)
  7. Wandering the Wastes (2:48)
  8. Ashes and Sand (3:31)
  9.  What Remains (3:32)
  10. Place of Refuge (2:37)
  11. The Smallest Hope (2:44)
  12. The Caravans (3:31)
  13. Megaton (3:29)
  14. A Stranger in Town (3:18)

If you are one of the many fans of Fallout 3, you can take another journey through the Capital Wasteland on Xbox One (via Xbox 360 backwards compatibility) as well as on PC, which is still fully supported. Unfortunately, PlayStation players will have to dust off their PS3s to play, as Sony doesn’t have plans for backwards compatibility and have not made the title available in their PlayStation Now library.

Will you be ordering the Fallout 3 Original Soundtrack on vinyl? What are some of your favorite memories from the game? Which Fallout title is your personal favorite? Let us know in the comments section below. Follow DFTG on Twitter for our 24/7 feed of the hottest news in gaming and entertainment.

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