Here’s every song on the ‘Fallout’ soundtrack

Here’s every song on the ‘Fallout’ soundtrack

The highly anticipated television adaptation of the video game franchise, Fallout, has just arrived on Prime Video.

READ MORE: ‘Fallout’ review: learn to love the bomb in this fun yet flawed adaptation

Following the massive success of video game adaptations such as The Last Of Us, the popular post-apocalyptic game set in 1950s USA has now been recreated for TV.

With its first game released in 1997, the franchise spans four games, released over almost two decades, with Fallout 4 being released in 2015.

As well as the four main games, there have been several spin-offs, beginning with Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood Of Steel, which was released in 2001.

Ella Purnell in ‘Fallout’ CREDIT: Prime Video

Now, the franchise has made its way onto television screens, with all eight-episode available to watch now on Prime Video. Starring in the series are Ella Purnell, Kyle MacLachan, Walton Goggins and Moisés Arias, among others.

The game also became known for its iconic soundtrack, and the TV series is no different. Containing a range of genres, and featuring tracks from Johnny Cash, Bing Crosby and The Ink Spots, the soundtrack encapsulates the variety of music in the US in the 1950s.

Here’s every song on the Fallout soundtrack:

As well as original music composed for the series by Ramin Djawadi, the following hits can be found on the Fallout soundtrack.

Episode 1

‘Orange Colored Sky’ – Nat King Cole 

‘Don’t Let the Stars Get In Your Eyes’ – Perry Como

‘Who Do You Suppose’ – Connie Conway

‘Some Enchanted Evening’ – The Castells

‘So Doggone Lonesome’ – Johnny Cash (feat. The Tennessee Two)

‘All Over Again’ – Johnny Cash

‘Brighter Side’ – Connie Conway

‘Crawl Out Through the Fallout’ – Sheldon Allman

Episode 2

‘Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall’ – The Ink Spots & Ella Fitzgerald

‘Don’t Fence Me In’ – Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters

‘It’s a Man’ – Betty Hutton

‘I Don’t Want to Set the World on Fire’ – The Ink Spots

Episode 3

‘Maybe’ – The Ink Spots

‘So Doggone Lonesome’ – Johnny Cash (feat. The Tennessee Two)

‘We’ll Meet Again’ – The Ink Spots

‘Tweedle Dee’ – Lavern Baker

‘In the Mood’ – Glenn Miller

-Act Naturally’ – Buck Owens

Episode 4

‘Let’s Go Sunning’ – Jack Shaindlin

‘It Ain’t the Meat’ – The Swallows

‘Journey Into Melody’ – Sam Fonteyn

‘I Can Dream, Can’t I?’ – The Andrews Sisters


Episode 5

‘Henry’ – The Jet-Tones

‘Robin in the Pine’ – Bonnie Guitar

‘Ladyfingers’ – Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass

‘What a Difference a Day Made’ – Dinah Washington

‘It’s Just a Matter of Time’ – Brook Benton


Episode 6

‘The Theme From A Summer Place’ – Percy Faith

‘Lonely Hours’ – Gene Armstrong and His Texas Nite Hawks

‘Summer in Love’ – I Marc 4

‘Give Me the Simple Life’ – June Christy

‘Skitter Skatter’ – Metrotones

‘I’m Tickled Pink’ – Jack Shaindlin

Episode 7

‘I’m Tickled Pink’ – Jack Shaindlin

‘Sixteen Tons’ – Merle Travis

‘Only You’ –  The Platters

‘What a Difference a Day Made’ – Dinah Washington

‘You’re Everything’ – The Danleers

‘From the First Hello to the Last Goodbye’ – Jane Morgan

Episode 8

‘I Don’t Want to See Tomorrow’ – Nat King Cole

‘We Three (My Echo, My Shadow, and Me)’ – The Ink Spots

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