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This mod is adaptation of legendary radio mod, From Where That Came From, for Fallout 76. The mod also includes a fully handcrafted robot DJ introducing most of songs before they play!

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Notice: I spent my hours to fix previous broken version to match new track lengths with Appalachia Radio's original track lengths, so server related problems like auto track skipping on middle of song or big silence gaps between tracks are completely fixed!

Also I fixed biggest problem on Fallout 76's radio, a DJ! A robot DJ named Diana will accompany you along the whole track list, and announce most of songs before playing them with making short comments about the song. I also spend a lot of time to embed her sounds into beginning of .wav files.

I hope you'll like the result, please do not forget to Vote & Endorse :)

This mod is adapted to Fallout 76 from Fallout 4's More Where That Came From radio mod, with permission of creator OldManMose76


This mod adds 48 new lore-friendly, thematically appropriate songs to Appalachia Radio by replacing existing ones. Instead of Travis as DJ, it offers a robot DJ named Diana! I also fixed all of bugs with server synchronized radio, and matched each track length with replaced one's length. None of sound file in track list is edited or cut even for a second. A short demonstration video of DJ can be found below:


Extract .ba2 file into your Data folder, and edit your Fallout76Custom.ini file by adding MoreWhereThatCameFrom.ba2 to sResourceIndexFileList line. For a unmodded Fallout76Custom.ini, it should be like this:

sResourceIndexFileList = MoreWhereThatCameFrom.ba2


Appalachia Radio:

  • Beach boys - Wouldn't It Be Nice (from original Appalachia Radio)
  • Copilot - Country Roads (from original Appalachia Radio)
  • Louis Prima, "I'll Be Glad When You're Dead (You Rascal You)"
  • Dude Martin and His Roundup Gang, "Atom Bomb Baby"
  • The Platters, "Goodnight Sweetheart"
  • The Four Lads, "Istanbul (Not Constantinople)"
  • The Dell Vikings, "Whispering Bells"
  • Nat King Cole with Jo Staford, "Baby Won't You Please Come Home"
  • Anita O'Day, "You're the Top" (by Cole Porter)
  • Johnny Mercer and Keely Smith, "A Fine Romance"
  • Danny Kaye, "Tongue Twister"
  • Arthur Crudup, "I'm Gonna Dig Myself a Hole" 
  • Bob Crosby's Bobcats, "It Had to Be You"
  • Bob Crosby's Bobcats, "I'll See You in My Dreams"
  • Billie Holiday, "Gloomy Sunday"
  • Louis Prima, "Beep Beep" 
  • H-Bomb Ferguson, "Good Lovin'"
  • Bing Crosby, "Ghost Riders in the Sky"
  • Big Maybelle, "So Good to My Baby"
  • Ella Mae Morse, "Rock Me All Night Long"
  • Margaret Whiting & Bob Hope, "Ain't We Got Fun"
  • Roy Brown, "Grandpa Stole My Baby"
  • The Fleetwoods, "A Thousand Miles Away"
  • Louis Armstrong & Danny Kaye, "When the Saints Go Marching"
  • Perry Como & Betty Hutton, "She's a Lady"
  • Eddie Noack, "Sleeping Like a Baby (With a Bottle in My Mouth)"
  • Nat King Cole, "I Found a Million Dollar Baby (In a Five and Ten Cents Store)"
  • Louis Armstrong, "The Whiffenpoof Song"
  • Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters, "Don't Fence Me In"
  • Jerry Lee Lewis, "Drinking Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee"
  • Perry Como, "Delaware"
  • Les Paul and Mary Ford, "Johnny is the Boy For Me"
  • Frankie Carle and His Orchestra, "A Little on the Lonely Side"
  • Clarence 'Frogman' Henry, "Ain't Got No Home"
  • Ella Fitzgerald, "Around Midnight"
  • Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters, "Betsy"
  • Johnny Burnette, "Midnight Train"
  • Betty Hutton, "Blow a Fuse (It's Oh So Quiet)"
  • Nat King Cole, "What'll I Do?"
  • The Robins, "Hatchet Man"
  • Doris Day, "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)
  • Dodie Stevens, "Yes, I'm Lonesome Tonight"
  • The Everly Brothers, "Bye Bye Love"
  • The Coasters, "Run Red Run"
  • Shirley Ross & Bob Hope, "Penthouse Serenade"
  • Delta Rhythm Boys, "One O'Clock Jump"
  • The McGuire Sisters, "Old Cape Cod"
  • Johnny Mercer, Margaret Whiting, & the Pied Pipers, "Freedom Train"
  • Rosemary Clooney, "Come On-a My House"
  • Johnny McCoy and the Cyclones, "Twisted Fender"
  • Bing Crosby and Bob Hope, "Road to... Medley"
  • Dinah Shore & Johnny Mercer, "I'm Old Fashioned"
  • Billie Holiday, "Back in Your Own Backyard"
  • Nat King Cole, "Night Lights"
  • Betty Hutton, "I'm Nobody's Baby"
  • Louis Jordan, "A Man's Best Friend is a Bed"
  • The Ink Spots, "Who Do You Know in Heaven?"
  • Louis Armstrong, "The Home Fire"
  • Henry Hall & His Orchestra, "The Teddy Bear's Picnic"
  • The Andrews Sisters, "Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar"
  • The Boswell Sisters, "Was That the Human Thing to Do?"
  • The Andrews Sisters & Danny Kaye, "Bread and Butter Woman"
  • Dorothy Dandridge, "Smooth Operator"
  • Red Foley and the Andrews Sisters, "Where is Your Wandering Mother Tonight?"


  • Fix server related track skipping and silenced gap problem
  • Add a DJ announcing songs
  • Current state of mod replaces 48 song of Appalachia Radio with mod tracks. Rest of the songs will be added into Classical Radio in the future.


All audio files are taken from the Internet Archive's community audio resources, from marked ones with Creative Commons license. For more information: http://archive.org


OldManMose76 for allowing me to adapt his great mod into Fallout 76.