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Give Travis a Christmas playlist: 74 lore-friendly Christmas songs to replace Diamond City's normal playlist. Songs selected by Old Man Mose, of More Where That Came From.

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It's the most wonderful time of the year. Make the Wastelands merry and bright by swapping out Travis's 37 original songs with 74 new ones with a seasonal bent, all from the 1930s, 40s, and 50s. This mod will over-write Travis's normal intros and outros and the original soundtrack.

In selecting the songs, I tried to steer away from the songs and versions of songs played constantly on the real world radio this time of year. Thus, no Jingle Bell Rock, no Mommy Kissing Santa Claus, etc. 

This mod conflicts with any mods that change Travis' voice files or the original song list.

If you want to use More Where That Came From ( ) -and- the Christmas mod, you can! The Christmas songs will replace the normal radio songs, but the songs added by MWTCF will still play.

---------- Installation Instructions ---------- 

1) Unzip the Archive into your Fallout 4 folder, maintaining the file structure. This should place files in two locations:


2) Edit your Fallout4.ini to replace 




3) Edit your Fallout4Prefs.ini to add the following line under [Launcher]


4) Turn the radio on and enjoy

---------- Uninstallation Instructions ---------

Just delete the files from your Data directory (from both locations)

---------- Track List ----------

1) Nat King Cole, "The Little Boy That Santa Claus Forgot"
2) Gene Autry, "Nine Little Reindeer"
3) The Andrews Sisters, "Christmas Island"
4) Louis Armstrong, "Christmas Night in Harlem"
5) Bing Crosby, "Little Jack Frost, Get Lost"
6) The Orioles, "(It's Gonna Be A) Lonely Christmas"
7) Burl Ives "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer"
8) Frankie Laine, "You're All I Want for Christmas"
9) Kay Star, "Everbody's Waiting for the Man with the Bag"
10) The Ink Spots, "White Christmas"
11) Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Jordan, "Baby, It's Cold Outside"
12) Jo Stafford, "Christmas Blues"
13) Bing Crosby, "Silent Night"
14) Gene Autry, "If It Doesn't Snow on Christmas"
15) Artie Shaw, "When Winter Comes"
16) Louis Armstrong and the Commanders, "Cool Yule"
17) Burl Ives, "Snow for Johnny"
18) Dennis Day, "Christmas in Kilarney"
19) Mabel Scott, "Boogie Woogie Santa Claus"
20) Nat King Cole, "Caroling, Caroling (Christmas Bells Are Ringing)"
21) Tennessee Ernie Ford, "A Rootin' Tootin' Santa Claus"
22) The Eddy Duchin Orchestra, "Don't Wait Til the Night Before Christmas"
23) The Art Mooney Orchestra, "The Christmas Choo Choo Train"
24) The Andrews Sisters, "Christmas Candles"
25) Danny Kaye & The Andrews Sisters, "A Merry Christmas at Grandmother's"
26) Billie Holiday, "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm"
27) Dennis Day, "Honky, the Christmas Goose"
28) Louis Jordan, "May Every Day Be Christmas"
29) The Ralph Marterie Orchestra, "Dig That Crazy Santa Claus"
30) Perry Como, "Toyland" 
31) Nat King Cole, "My Little Christmas Tree"
32) Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters, "Papa Santa Claus"
33) The Billy May Orchestra, "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Mambo"
34) The Andrews Sisters, "Angie, the Christmas Tree Angel"
35) Johnny Moore's Three Blazers, "Christmas Eve Baby"
36) Louis Armstrong, "Here is My Heart for Christmas"
37) The Hugo Winterhalter Orchestra, "Blue Christmas"
38) The Orioles, "What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?"
39) Tex Ritter, "Christmas By the Old Corral"
40) Louis Jordan, "Santa Claus, Santa Claus"
41) Jo Stafford, "Christmas is the Reason"
42) Perry Como, "The Christmas Symphony"
43) The McGuire Sisters, "Christmas Alphabet"
44) Frankie Laine, "What Am I To Do This Christmas?"
45) Bing Crosby, "Sleigh Bell Serenade"
46) King Oliver & Louis Armstrong, "Santa Claus Blues"
47) The Hugo Winterhalter Orchestra, "Sleigh Ride"
48) Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters, "The Twelve Days of Christmas"
49) The Glenn Miller Orchestra, "Jingle Bells"
50) Tenessee Ernie Ford, "Christmas Dinner"
51) Amos Milburn, "Let's Make Christmas Merry, Baby"
52) Claude Thornhill, "Snowfall"
53) Nat King Cole, "O Tannenbaum"
54) Dennis Day, "I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day"
55) Bing Crosby, "White Christmas"
56) Bill Monroe annd the Blue Grass Boys, "Footprints in the Snow"
57) The Six Hits and A Miss, "Santa Claus is Coming Back to Town"
58) Louis Armstrong, "Winter Wonderland"
59) Rosemary Clooney, "Suzy Snowflake"
60) Louis Prima, "Shake Hands with Santa Claus"
61) Louis Armstrong, "Zat You, Santa Claus?"
62) Bing Crosby, "Mele Kalikimaka"
63) Ray Conniff, "Greensleeves (What Child is This?)"
64) Kay Kyser, "Hello, Mr. Kringle"
65) Margaret Whiting, "The Mistletoe Kiss Polka"
66) Django Reinhardt & Stephanie Grappelli, "Christmas Swing"
67) Nat King Cole, "Mrs. Santa Claus"
68) Ray Conniff, "Frosty the Snowman"
69) The Mills Brothers, "You Don't Have to Be a Santa Claus"
70) Gene Autry, "Everyone's a Child at Christmas"
71) The Andrews Sisters & Bing Crosby, "Santa Claus is Coming to Town"
72) Louis Prima, "What Will Santa Claus Say (When He Finds Everbody Swingin')?"
73) The Beverly Sisters, "Little Donkey"
74) Ella Fitzgerald, "Santa Claus Got Stuck in My Chimney"

---------- Track Sources ---------

All files taken from the Internet Archive's audio resources.