I couldn't find the exact thread, so here's this one. While talking about the leaked IP and a possible game set in New Orleans, people said the musical selections for radio stations going forward should expand to songs from the 60s, 70s, and even the 80s. They concluded that the 50s' aesthetic is overused and is itself a lazy crutch for the current writing and world-building. The only thing wrong with the radio stations is that they recycle the same dozen songs and add only an few new ones, but to get rid of all of them and the 50s' theme itself? It's what makes Fallout unique. To me, Fallout is both based on people trying to replicate life in the 50s' (the prosperity, at least ... before the Resource Wars) and how people from that time period imagined the future. While I do love me some of the classic hits and synthwave, 80s' music seems like too much of a stretch. My proposed solution for this idea is for developers to use the Wild Wasteland Trait as an excuse to add non lore-friendly tunes. But like the original thread, I've also began to wonder about 60s' and 70s' songs. Early 80s' at the latest. The Vietnam War era especially seems like a lore friendly point in history to include, but I'm not sure. What do you think? Here's some popular songs. Does anyone here think these tracks; and their genres, would fit well in an official future title, regardless of setting?