Radio Appalachia – 111 Radio Tracks


Radio Appalachia – 111 Radio Tracks

This mod adds 111 new lore-friendly, thematically appropriate songs from the Fallout 4 mod More Where That Came From – Diamond City Radio Edition to Radio Appalachia. Thanks to OldManMose76 for the permission

How to Install
2 ways:
BakaFile
1. Extract the contents of “loose” folder into your Fallout 76 data folder
2. Use BakaFile and run the supplied .exe
3. Drag and drop the contents of BakaOutput into your Fallout 76 data folder

.ba2
1. Extract 111RadioTracks.ba2 to your Fallout 76 data folder
2. Add 111RadioTracks.ba2 to your archive load order list in Fallout76Custom.ini

Here’s how to install a .ba2 mod for Fallout 76 if you don’t know how
1. Go to My Documents/My Games/Fallout 76 and create a Fallout76Custom.ini
2. At the bottom of the file make sure this is located

[Archive] sResourceArchiveList2 = SeventySix – Animations.ba2, SeventySix – EnlightenInteriors.ba2, SeventySix – GeneratedTextures.ba2, SeventySix – EnlightenExteriors01.ba2, SeventySix – EnlightenExteriors02.ba2, 111RadioTracks.ba2

If you’re adding more mods, they need to be seperated by a comma
That’s it! Have fun!

i don’t give support because english is not my language

Credits
OldManMose76 for the Fallout 4 mod
Bethesda for the Game

Track List
1) Roy Brown, “Mr. Houndog’s in Town”
2) Louis Prima, “I’ll Be Glad When You’re Dead (You Rascal You)”
3) The Andrews Sisters, “I Didn’t Know the Gun Was Loaded”
4) Keely Smith and Louis Prima, “When Your Lover Has Gone”
5) Dude Martin and His Roundup Gang, “Atom Bomb Baby”
6) The Platters, “Goodnight Sweetheart”
7) Ella Mae Morse, “Forty Cups of Coffee”
8) Bill Haley and the Saddlemen, “Rocket 88”
9) The Four Lads, “Istanbul (Not Constantinople)”
10) Bill Kenny, “I Don’t Want to See Tomorrow”
11) Dion and The Belmonts, “I Wonder Why”
12) Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye, “Gee, I Wish I Were Back in the Army”
13) The Dell Vikings, “Whispering Bells”
14) Nat King Cole with Jo Staford, “Baby Won’t You Please Come Home”
15) Johnny Mercer, “One for My Baby”
16) Anita O’Day, “You’re the Top” (by Cole Porter)
17) Johnny Mercer and Keely Smith, “A Fine Romance”
18) Billy Ward and His Dominoes, “Can’t Do Sixty No More”
19) Bing Crosby, “It’s Been a Long, Long Time”
20) Danny Kaye, “Tongue Twister”
21) Betty Hutton, “Murder He Says”
22) Arthur Crudup, “I’m Gonna Dig Myself a Hole”
23) Billie Holiday, “Ghost of Yesterday”
24) Bob Crosby’s Bobcats, “It Had to Be You”
25) The Crew Cuts, “Sh-boom”
26) Marty Robins, “The Hanging Tree”
27) Bob Crosby’s Bobcats, “I’ll See You in My Dreams”
28) Billie Holiday, “Gloomy Sunday”
29) Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald, “Let’s Call The Whole Thing Off”
30) Louis Prima, “Beep Beep”
31) H-Bomb Ferguson, “Good Lovin'”
32) Johnny Mercer & Ella Mae Morse, “Mister Five by Five”
33) Bing Crosby, “Ghost Riders in the Sky”
34) Louis Jordan, “Ain’t Nobody Here But Us Chickens”
35) Big Maybelle, “So Good to My Baby”
36) Ella Mae Morse, “Rock Me All Night Long”
37) Bing Crosby, “When I Lost My Baby”
38) The Slim Gaillard Quartet, “Atomic Cocktail”
39) The Three Suns, “Happy Face Baby”
40) Gene Krupa, “Massachusetts”
41) Ella Fitzgerald and the Ink Spots, “I’m Beginning to See the Light”
42) Margaret Whiting & Bob Hope, “Ain’t We Got Fun”
43) Billy Sherman, “Fallout Shelter”
44) The Four Aces, “Mr. Sandman”
45) Mel Torme, “Strangers in the Night”
46) Roy Brown, “Grandpa Stole My Baby”
47) The Fleetwoods, “A Thousand Miles Away”
48) Louis Armstrong & Danny Kaye, “When the Saints Go Marching”
49) Bill Kenny, “I’ll Get By”
50) Perry Como & Betty Hutton, “She’s a Lady”
51) Perry Como, “Unchained Melody”
52) Eddie Noack, “Sleeping Like a Baby (With a Bottle in My Mouth)”
53) Nat King Cole, “I Found a Million Dollar Baby (In a Five and Ten Cents Store)”
54) The Crew Cuts, “Earth Angel”
55) Bing Crosby & Louis Armstrong, “A Kiss to Build a Dream On”
56) Gene Krupa and His Orchestra, “Maybe”
57) The Jewels, “B.Bomb Baby”
58) Louis Armstrong, “The Whiffenpoof Song”
59) Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters, “Don’t Fence Me In”
60) Jerry Lee Lewis, “Drinking Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee”
61) The Andrews Sisters, “Oh Johnny”
62) The Golden Gate Quartet, “Moses Smote the Water”
63) Perry Como, “Delaware”
64) Les Paul and Mary Ford, “Johnny is the Boy For Me”
65) Frankie Carle and His Orchestra, “A Little on the Lonely Side”
66) Clarence ‘Frogman’ Henry, “Ain’t Got No Home”
67) Eddy Duchin with Patrician Norman, “Ol’ Man Mose”
68) Ella Fitzgerald, “Around Midnight”
69) Wynonie Harris, “Hey-Ba-Ba-Re-Bop”
70) Fats Domino, “The Fat Man”
71) Cab Calloway, “Nagasaki”
72) Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters, “Betsy”
73) Johnny Burnette, “Midnight Train”
74) The Platters, “Pretender”
75) Betty Hutton, “Blow a Fuse (It’s Oh So Quiet)”
76) Nat King Cole, “What’ll I Do?”
77) Blue Barron and His Orchestra, “Are You Lonesome Tonight?”
78) The Kingston Trio, “M.T.A.”
79) The Ink Spots, “Mama Don’t Allow”
80) The Robins, “Hatchet Man”
81) Doris Day, “Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)
82) Dodie Stevens, “Yes, I’m Lonesome Tonight”
83) The Everly Brothers, “Bye Bye Love”
84) The Coasters, “Run Red Run”
85) Shirley Ross & Bob Hope, “Penthouse Serenade”
86) Delta Rhythm Boys, “One O’Clock Jump”
87) Dion and the Del Satins, “Tonight, Tonight”
88) Louis Jordan & Ella Fitzgerald, “I’ll Never Be Free”
89) The McGuire Sisters, “Old Cape Cod”
90) Wynonie Harris, “Adam Come and Get Your Rib”
91) Johnny Mercer, Margaret Whiting, & the Pied Pipers, “Freedom Train”
92) Rosemary Clooney, “Come On-a My House”
93) Johnny McCoy and the Cyclones, “Twisted Fender”
94) Bing Crosby and Bob Hope, “Road to… Medley”
95) Dinah Shore & Johnny Mercer, “I’m Old Fashioned”
96) Billie Holiday, “Back in Your Own Backyard”
97) Nat King Cole, “Night Lights”
98) Betty Hutton, “I’m Nobody’s Baby”
99) Louis Jordan, “A Man’s Best Friend is a Bed”
100) The Ink Spots, “Who Do You Know in Heaven?”
101) Louis Armstrong, “The Home Fire”
102) Henry Hall & His Orchestra, “The Teddy Bear’s Picnic”
103) The Andrews Sisters, “Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar”
104) The Boswell Sisters, “Was That the Human Thing to Do?”
105) The Andrews Sisters & Danny Kaye, “Bread and Butter Woman”
106) Dorothy Dandridge, “Smooth Operator”
107) Red Foley and the Andrews Sisters, “Where is Your Wandering Mother Tonight?”
108) Ella Fitzgerald, “Everytime We Say Goodbye”
109) Patti Page, “O Danny Boy”
110) The Ink Spots, “My Prayer”
111) Barry Mann, “Who Put the Bomp?”


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