BioShock music list posted by Major Nelson


Still can't get the background tunes form BioShock out of your head? Well Major Nelson, courtesy of BioShock's Ken Levine, has posted the track list for the game (found after the break). As those who have played BioShock know, the music is as much a part of the game as anything else. And considering we'll never be able to listen to The Waltz of the Flowers from The Nutcracker again without imagining the Sander Cohen masterpiece fight, the team at 2K Boston obviously did a great job in their musical selection for scenes within the game. Not since the use of Bach in Gyruss can we distinctly recall a classical piece being so memorably tied with a video game.

We're curious to see what musical selections 2K Boston will make for our return to Rapture. All we really want is some scene in BioShock 2 of Big Daddies dancing to David Bowie's Magic Dance from Labyrinth. Can't remember it? You'll find that after the break too.

20th Century Blues -- Noel Coward
Academy Award -- Stanley Black
Avalon -- Django Reinhardt
Bei Mir Bist Du Schon (means you're grand) -- The Andrews Sisters
Best Things in Life Are Free -- The Inkspots
Brother Can You spare a Dime -- Bing Crosby
Danny Boy -- Mario Lanza
God Bless the Child -- Billie Holiday
How Much is that Doggie -- Pattie Page
If I didn't care -- The Ink Spots
It Had to Be You -- Django Reinhardt
It's Bad For Me -- Rosemary Clooney
Jitterbug Waltz -- Django Reinhardt
Just One Of Those Things -- Lee Morgan
Just Walkin' in the Rain -- Johnny Ray
La Mer (Beyond the Sea ) -- Bobby Darin
La Mer (Beyond the Sea) -- Django Reinhardt
Let's Fly Away -- Lee Wiley
Liza -- Django Reinhardt
Night and Day -- Billie Holiday
Papa Loves Mambo -- Perry Como
Please Be Kind -- Django Reinhardt
The Party's Over Now -- Noel Coward
The Waltz of the Flowers -- Pytor Llyich Tchaikovsky
This Is A Changing World -- Noel Coward
Wild Ride -- Faux Frenchmen
World Weary -- Noel Coward
Wrap your troubles in dreams -- Bing Crosby
You're Getting To Be A Habit -- Harry Edison Bing Crosby
You're the Top -- Cole Porte

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