Mafia II Soundtrack Details – Mafia 2 Music List

Mafia II Soundtrack
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As I mentioned in my Mafia 2 Preview and my updated Mafia game review of the original, music plays a huge part in this series.  Mafia spurred my interest in Django Reinhardt and many of his tracks are mainstays on my ipod now.  Period authentic music is a perfect method for enhancing the realism and immersion and the developers have continued the trend with their latest entry in the series Mafia II.  The recently released Mafia 2 music list, while not a true Mafia II soundtrack listing, gives us a good picture of what to expect from the game music.

Check out the extensive Mafia II Soundtrack list (Link update in progress 10/2013):


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Did You Ever Love A Woman Gatemouth Moore
After the Lights Go Down Low Al Hibbler
Count Every Star Al Hibbler
My Bonnie Lassie Ames Brothers, The
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy Andrews Sisters, The
Rum and Coca Cola Andrews Sisters, The
Straighten Up and Fly Right Andrews Sisters, The
Strip Polka Andrews Sisters, The
There’ll Be a Hot Time in the Town of Berlin Andrews Sisters, The
Victory Polka Andrews Sisters, The
Money (That’s What I Want) Barrett Strong
Sing, Sing, Sing Benny Goodman
Rock Around the Clock Bill Haley & His Comets
900 Miles (Youtube) Billy Merman
Springtime in Monaco (Youtube) Billy Merman
By The Light Of The Silvery Moon Bing Crosby
I Haven’t Time To Be A Millionaire Bing Crosby
I’ve Got A Pocketful Of Dreams Bing Crosby
Pennies From Heaven Bing Crosby
The Pessimistic Character Bing Crosby
Bo Diddley Bo Diddley
Who Do You Love Bo Diddley
Not Fade Away Buddy Holly
Rave On Buddy Holly
That’ll Be The Day Buddy Holly
Everybody Eats When They Come to My House Cab Calloway
Happy Feet Cab Calloway
Speedoo Cadillacs, The
Mr Sandman Chordettes, The
Nadine Chuck Berry
No Particular Place To Go Chuck Berry

Framed Coasters, The
One Kiss Led to Another / Brazil Coasters, The
Sh-Boom Crew Cuts, The
At The Hop Danny & The Juniors
Ooh Baby Ooh Dave Appell
Ain’t that a kick in the head Dean Martin
Let It Snow Dean Martin
Return to Me Dean Martin
That’s Amore Dean Martin
Baby It’s Cold Outside Dinah Shore
Buttons and Bows Dinah Shore
That’ll Get IT Dixon Flloyd
Belleville Django Reinhardt
You’re Driving Me Crazy Django Reinhardt
Makin’ Whoopee Doris Day
Cannonball Duane Eddy
Forty Miles Of Bad Road Duane Eddy
Movin’ N’ Groovin’ Duane Eddy
Rebel Rouser Duane Eddy
It Don’t mean a thing Duke Ellington
Summertime Blues Eddie Cochran
C’mon Everybody Eddie Cochran and Jerry Capehart
Good Little Bad Little You Edwards, Cliff and his hot combination
All I Have to Do is Dream Everly Brothers, The
Ain’t that a Shame Fats Domino
The Fat Man Fats Domino
Come Softly to Me Fleetwoods, The
Jezebel Frankie Laine
Why Do Fools Fall In Love Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers
Clarinet Marmalade Frankie Trumbauer & His Orchestra
Riverboat Shuffle Frankie Trumbauer & His Orchestra
Rock Around the Clock Singer Hal Singer
Smokestack Lightnin’ Howlin’ Wolf
Pachuko Hop Ike Carpenter Orchestra
Inflation Blues Jack McVea
Rags to Riches Jackie Wilson
My Guardian Angel Jimmy Breedlove
Beatin’ The Dog Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang
Goin’ Places Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang
Stringing The Blues (V.2) Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang
Boom Boom John Lee Hooker
Come On And Stomp Stomp Stomp Johnny Dodds’ Black Bottom Stompers
Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition Kay Kyser
Auf Wiederseh’n, Sweetheart Les Baxter
I Cant Lose With the Stuff I Use Lester Williams
Keep a Knockin’ Little Richard
Long Tall Sally Little Richard
Lucille Little Richard
Choo Choo Ch’Boogie Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
Ain’t That Just Like a Woman Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
Caldonia Boogie Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
Friendship Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
G.I. Jive Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
Open the Door Richard Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
Ration Blues Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
That Chick’s Too Young to Fry Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
What’s the Use of Getting Sober
(When You Gonna Get Drunk Again)
Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
Che La Luna Louis Prima
Oh Marie Louis Prima
Pennies From Heaven Louis Prima
The Closer to the Bone Louis Prima
When You’re Smiling Louis Prima
Got My Mojo Working Muddy Waters
Mannish Boy Muddy Waters
Gangster’s Blues Peetie Wheatstraw
Happiness is a Thing Called Joe Peggy Lee
Why Don’t You Do Right Peggy Lee
The Peanut Vendor Perez Prado
Manhattan Spiritual Reg Owen Orchestra
Come On Let’s Go Ritchie Valens
Stood Up Ricky Nelson
Donna Ritchie Valens
Mambo Italiano Rosemary Clooney
Don’t Let Go Roy Hamilton
You Can Have Her Roy Hamilton
Held for Questioning Rusty Draper
Let The Good Times Roll Sam Butera & The Witnesses
Teen Beat Sandy Nelson
I Put a Spell on You Screamin’ Jay Hawkins
Java The Big Bands Moonglow
Tequila The Champs
Maybe The Chantels
Honey Love The Drifters feat. Clyde McPhatter
Ling Ting Tong The Five Keys
In The Still Of The Night The Five Satins
Chow Mein The Gaylords
The Best Things in Life Are Free The Ink Spots
Book of Love The Monotones
The Dipsy Doodle Tommy Dorsey
Mercy Mr. Percy Varetta Dillard

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As you can see the Mafia II Soundtrack features a plethora of artists, all the most popular one from the time. The game is out tomorrow, so look for my initial impressions of the game soon, and then a full review to come shortly there after. Playing the Mafia II Demo gave us a glimpse at the excellent use of the Mafia II soundtrack towards the games authenticity. Can’t wait to play the game!

  • david stiling

    excellent game and soundtrack the only faults is that there is hardly any Downloadable content for Xbox 360 and the storyline isnt long enough although it keeps u fullfilled whilst u play the game excellent music 2 compliment the game though

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  • Jaime Bula

    Some songs are way before 1951 (Barret Strong – Money is from 1959), the game ends in 1951…

    Just a though.

    • Locutus9956

      Oh come on it doesnt matter whether the songs are exactly correct for the year, theyre still the right period/style of music and it’s all about the feel in the game and they do their job perfectly. Mafia II isn’t perfect but it’s by far the best ‘gangster’ game I’ve ever played (my only complaint is it end’s a bit abruptly)

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  • justin andrews

    Andrew sisters.

  • dario lira

    badass game amazing soundtrack but no elvis presley?!!!?

    • http://www.JamesInDigital.com JamesInDigital

      Elvis songs require significantly more money to license, especially the more popular ones. This is probably why we don’t have any Elvis tracks in there.

  • http://o.O Marko

    Mafia 2 is one of the best games i have ever played!Everything is amazing about that game, but soundtrack is epic, really.

  • kunal bora

    Of all games I have played till date mafia 2 has the best storyline.it is undoubtedly my best game.
    and my favorite song in the game is ‘all I have to do is dream’ by the great everly brothers.