Raider Radio

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Raider Radio

This mod is a work in progress and so far replaces 45 of the 59 audio files from the Classic Radio with 62 songs (explanation further down) from the 50s and early 60s. I did my best to keep them as raider-themed as possible, tho I’m limited by what’s available on and of course the themes of the times back then. Some songs are rather tongue-in-cheek, a few are actually a bit messed up, some are in there because they are whacky enough, and a minor number is just filler.

Known Issues and Limitations
The files that are not replaced yet are the very short (30sec up to 1:20min) and a few medium-length ones. All the stuff that lasts 4-11min has been replaced so if you stumble across some classical music it shouldn’t last too long (I haven’t so far while playing).

Unfortunately, it’s currently not possible to simply replace the existing songs with any other song without getting some annoying bugs. If the song is shorter than the one it’s replacing you end up with very long pauses. If it’s longer, the game will cut it off. So you have to find songs with similar lengths and in some cases, because the original song is 11min long, stuff multiple songs into one audio file and hope the combined time of them all is vaguely the same as the original. Since I’m limited by a theme here, it’s hard to find appropriate songs and songs that fit the timing on top of that, resulting in a few pauses of up to 25sec here and there. I’m hoping to fix that in the future.

I haven’t edited the songs themselves, yet, so some are rather quiet and a few are currently too loud for my taste. Also, since most of them are digitalized vinyl recordings, there can be some crackling, tho I haven’t noticed it in-game.

List of Songs
12th St. Rag – Firehouse Five Plus Two
A Cheat – Sanford Clark
A Dime And A Dollar – Guy Mitchell
A Terrible Sight – Cozy Cole and His All Stars
A Whale of a Tale – The Mellomen
A-Hunting We Will Go – Jerry Lewis
Ain’t Times Hard – Floyd Jones
Alabama Jubilee – Muggsy Spanier & His Dixieland Band
Alcoholic Blues – Lu Watters Jazz Band
Anything Can Happen – Jimmie Dodd and Jimmy Cricket
Bad Boy – Eddie Taylor
Blue Comet Blues – Bill Haley and his Comets
Bop-Ting-A-Ling – Lavern Baker and The Gliders
Bring Me Another Jug Of Wine – Hot Lips Johnson
Broadway’s On Fire – Boardway Bill
Broke, Disgusted and Sad – Johnny Bond
Bronco Busters Ball – Tex Williams
Bumming Around – Jimmie Dean
Butane Blues – Gene O’Quin
Buy A Gun For Your Son – Tom Paxton
Can’t No Grave Hold My Body Down – Sister Rosetta Tharpe
Cat Fruit – Tiny Bradshaw
Chew Tobacco Rag – Pee Wee King
Chili Sauce – Louis Prima
Cocaine Blues – Billy Hughes
Crash On! Artillery – Victor Military Band
Doin’ What Comes Natur’lly – Betty Hutton
Eat ‘Em Up – Eddie Carter Quartet
Get Your Gun And Come Along – Carson Robison
I’m No Communist – Grandpa Jones
Johnny Take My Wife – Wilmoth Houdini
Knock Kneed Suzy – Lonzo and Oscar
Mailman’s Sack – Tiny Bradshaw
Makin’ Like A Train – Tiny Bradshaw
Mean and Evil Blues – Johnnie White
Mean Old Wine – Billy Wright
Mister Big – Happy Wilson
Money – Mel Blanc
Motorboat Song – The Petticoats
Mr. Stalin You’re Eating Too High On The Hog – Arthur Smith and his Cracker-Jacks
Muskrat Ramble – Dutch Swing College Band
My Mama Didn’t Raise No Foolish Children – Bobby Wright
No Money Down – John Paul Hammond
No Parking Here – Gene O’Quin
Nobody Knows The Truth But The Lord – Larry Hooper and The Sparklers
Old Betsy – Burl Ives
Once Upon A Nickel – Georgie Gibbs
One, Two, Drink Up! – the Stargazers
Play Them Bones – Francis Craig
Playin’ Dominoes And Shootin’ Dice – Red Foley
Professor Spoons – McCarthy
Pull Down The Shades And Lock The Door – Bill Boyd and his Cowboy Ramblers
Punch – Eileen Barton and Jimmy Wakely
Quicksilver – Elton Britt and Rosalie Allen
Quiet Whisky – Wynonie Harris
Race With The Devil – Gene Vincent and his Blue Caps
The Devil Been To My House Today – Bessie Jones
The Drunken Sailor – Leonard Warren
The Little Red Monkey – Stephen Gale
They’re Digging My Grave – Blaine Smith
Voters On Parade – Vaughn Monroe
Who Stole That Train – Ray Price
You Can’t Get A Man With A Gun – Betty Hutton

Songs will be added and linked to in the future.

Credits: KnorKater
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