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Take a listen to Fallout 4's new (old) musical selections

Fallout 4 (opens in new tab) may not have charismatic disc jockey Three Dog (bow wow wow), but it does have three-times as much music as Fallout 3. Bethesda set the score for Fallout 4's licensed soundtrack in a new article on Bethesda.net (opens in new tab), complete with a sampling from the Commonwealth airwaves.

Hit up the Spotify playlist below if you want to pretend you're already tuned in to Diamond City Radio. Just like Galaxy News Radio in Fallout 3 (opens in new tab), the new station is hosted by a "charmingly quirky" DJ who will offer updates based on your progress in the story and other happenings in the Commonwealth. If you get tired of hearing hugely on-the-nose tracks like "The End of the World" and "Crawl Out Through The Fallout," you can always tune in to the classical station.

Diamond City Radio will also have five original songs from Lynda Carter (yes, Wonder Woman Lynda Carter) who plays Magnolia, a club owner/singer/probably questgiver from the town of Goodneighbor. Magnolia's music is meant to sound at home between Bing Crosby and Nat King Cole, so you may not even realize it was created just for the game - at least until she starts singing about caps and super mutants.

Fallout 4 comes out on November 10 - just put that playlist on repeat in the meantime.

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