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However, some are technically anachronistic due to the game’s setting being in 1912. In an interview, Ken Levine stated that it was difficult to “find music from that era that sounds great to a modern ear” as modern chord progressions had not yet developed.[1] Thus some of the songs listed here should be taken as representative rather than strictly adhering to the setting ranging from early Edison cylinders from 1909 to folk recordings from 1967.

Other songs are modern recordings of actual period songs. Duncan Watt (Fastestmanintheworld Media) played the piano [2] for Scott Joplin’s piano compositions.

Jessy Carolina was invited to perform “After You’ve Gone”, “Fortunate Son”, and Mozart’s “Lacrimosa”. “Wild Prairie Rose” is an original song written by Jessy Carolina and performed by her band Ommie Wise.[3]

Creative director Ken Levine and music director Jim Bonney debated over the concept of “modern songs, but in a period style”. The largest problem posed was finding people who could arrange in a period style and the honor the intent of the songs. Rock songs were slightly easier as they could be traced back to their roots in blues such as Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Fortunate Son”.[4]

Looking for a song for the Barbershop Quartet proved tricky as many choices required “a modern percussion sound” that did not transfer well to vocal harmonies. The Beach Boys’ “God Only Knows” was one that thrived in the transition and was inspired from the ending scene in the 1997 film Boogie Nights.[5] Arrangement was done by Clay Hine, baritone, and sung by a Mighty Wind.[6][7]

Scott Bradlee, creator of the Post Modern Jukebox series on YouTube, was invited to contribute arrangements for the anachronistic songs. He commented that “[u]nlike some of my YouTube videos, this had to be done in an extremely subtle way”.[8] He played piano on all his rearrangements: “Tainted Love”, “Shiny Happy People”, and “After You’ve Gone”. Bradlee also recorded “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” while singing with his “best 1912 voice”.

In order to lend authentic credence to these modern recordings, Audio Director Patrick Balthrop used a “1912 Edison gramophone” to add Foley, background pops, and crackles.[9]

Religious controversy erupted after the premiere of the BioShock Infinite trailer at the 2011 Video Game Awards regarding the cover of the hymn “Will the Circle Be Unbroken” and its apparent removal of “Lord” from the chorus.

On radio in the office room past the chapel of the Fraternal Order of the Raven

At the Salty Oyster bar in Emporia’s Grand Central Depot

On radio in the main menu and at the Columbian Archeological Society

“St. James Infirmary Blues”

Irving Mills with Duke Ellington and his Orchestra (recorded under the pseudonym “Ten Blackberries”)[12]In the storage room near the employee entrance to the Arcade

On radio in the main menu and at the Columbian Archeological Society

“Me and My Shadow”

The Sam Lanin Orchestra (recorded under the pseudonym “The Rangers”)[12]The Envy of All His Peers kinetoscope.
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