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This mod replaces all 29 tracks on Classical Radio with Chicago blues recordings from the '50s to early '60s. Pick up a skywave broadcast from post-apocalypse Chicago on your pipboy!

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Chicago Blues Radio

Install this and your pipboy will pick up a skywave broadcast from a radio station in post-apocalyptic Chicago that plays Chicago blues recordings from the '50s to early '60s! Why Chicago blues? I've selected songs I think fit into the game well and enhance the atmosphere in a very unique way. I also want to give people who might not have been exposed to this kind of music a chance to listen.

I've made slight adjustments to each track to make them sound more tinny, like they're actually being played through the pipboy. I believe this enhances the atmosphere even further.

I don't plan on stacking multiple songs under the same track like some other mods have, but I will add more once the G.E.C.K. is released. There are two versions of  "Chicago Blues Radio", one which only replaces the songs on Classical Radio, and one that also replaces the main menu song with "Five Long Years" by Junior Parker.


1) Download the version you would like; with or without main menu music replacement.

2) Extract the contents of the .zip to your Data folder (Steam\SteamApps\common\Fallout 4\Data).

3) Open your Fallout4.ini and replace "sResourceDataDirsFinal=STRINGS\" with "sResourceDataDirsFinal=STRINGS\, TEXTURES\, MUSIC\, SOUND\,      


  • "You Don't Love Me (You Don't Care)" - Bo Diddley
  • "I'm a Man" - Bo Diddley
  • "I Got My Eyes On You" - Buddy Guy
  • "First Time I Met the Blues" - Buddy Guy
  • "Blue Guitar" - Earl Hooker
  • "Blues in D Natural" - Earl Hooker
  • "Dust My Broom" - Elmore James
  • "Everyday I Have the Blues" - Elmore James
  • "Wang-Dang-Doodle" - Howlin' Wolf
  • "Back Door Man" - Howlin' Wolf
  • "Please Help" - J.B. Hutto
  • "Too Much Alcohol" - J.B. Hutto
  • "Dimples" - John Lee Hooker
  • "Crawlin' King Snake" - John Lee Hooker
  • "Sweet Home Chicago" - Junior Parker
  • "Five Long Years" - Junior Parker
  • "Little By Little (I'm Losing You)" - Junior Wells
  • "I Could Cry" - Junior Wells
  • "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" - Little Walter
  • "Tell Me Mama" - Little Walter
  • "Call Me If You Need Me" - Magic Sam
  • "Walkin' By Myself" - Magic Sam
  • "Wish Me Well" - Memphis Slim
  • "Blue and Lonesome" - Memphis Slim
  • "(I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man" - Muddy Waters
  • "Got My Mojo Working" - Muddy Waters
  • "I Can't Quit You Baby" - Otis Rush
  • "Ninety Nine" -Sonny Boy Williamson II
  • "Your Funeral and My Trial" - Sonny Boy Williamson II