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Performer: Mark Morgan
Genre: Electronic / Stage & Screen
Album: Vault Archives
Released: 2010
Style: Soundtrack, Dark Ambient, Abstract, Downtempo, Ambient
MP3 version ZIP size: 1467 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1575 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1820 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 932

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1 Radiation Storm 3:54
2 Industrial Junk 3:06
3 Khans Of The New California 3:22
4 Metallic Monks 3:28
5 Follower's Credo 2:42
6 Vats Of Goo 3:10
7 A Trader's Life 4:00
8 Moribund World 3:06
9 The Vault Of The Future 4:04
10 Second Chance 3:46
11 City Of The Dead 3:08
12 Underground Trouble 3:44
13 City Of Lost Angels 3:35
14 Flame Of The Ancient World 2:57
15 Many Contrasts 3:24
16 Gold Slouch 3:24
17 My Chrysalis Highwayman 1:08
18 Beyond The Canyon 3:20
19 Biggest Little City In The World 3:13
20 Dream Town 3:12
21 California Revisited 1:19
22 All-Clear Signal 3:26
23 Acolytes Of The New God 3:17
24 Desert Wind 3:18


  • Artwork – Redbase
  • Composed By – Mark Morgan
  • Mixed By, Mastered By, Engineer – Vladislav Isaev


Mark Morgan's "Vault Archives" is remastered and mixed full-bandwidth soundtrack from old-classic "Fallout" games (24 tracks).
"Remastered". A term really overused nowadays. Let me tell you something. The original Soundtrack CDs sound better. The mixing on this "remaster" release is totally a waste plus it is not even done properly. You hear a small artifact when every tracks fades out and the new fades in. The loudness is all over the place. Some sounding too loud, others too silent. Also when viewing the audio frequencies in some tool, some weird things will be seen. Hard to explain but it looks bad compared to the original files. None of those problems does the original CD releases have. Just ignore this release. I don't even think its official.It doesn't seem to be sold anymore anyway. Good.

This is an official release, but yeah, the F1 tracks came from the lossy and/or 22kHz source. It's weird that Mark couldn't find the original files (but they are widely available online). When I contacted the guy who did the remaster he answered like "you weird audiophiles look on the spectrum instead of listening".

Lovely ambient songs from the equally lovely Fallout games. :D