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Welcome to GamesRadar's daily blast of all things pertaining to the ever-growing field of game music. Each post will introduce new sounds, games, composers and fan-made remixes of gaming's greatest aural achievements.
Game: Fallout 2
Song: My Chrysalis Highwayman
Composer: Mark Morgan
Above: The Fallout 2 world map, with car
If ambient music is meant to transport the listener, then the Fallout 1&2 OSTs are a triumph. This track is one of the more melodic in Fallout 2, and perhaps isn't the most representative of the soundtrack as a whole, but for me, it's got immense powers of teleportation.
Your ears are especially lucky, because composer Mark Morgan recently remastered and released the entire OST. The songs are no longer available on Aural Network, where they were first released, but you can still find them elsewhere.
I couldn't choose just one song to feature, of course. Here's "Beyond the Canyon" to give you a better sample of the game's unnerving soundscapes:
Above: You sitting at your desk? NAH MAN THIS IS THE APOCALYPSE!
And just for fun, here's another great track, "Khans of the New California," which is originally from Fallout 1, in context:
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Level 1 by Nobuyuki Hara
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Underlow by Jerry Schroeder
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