Mafia: Definitive Edition is trying to be as period-correct as possible in its weapons and vehicles, but it doesn’t stop there. The full list of songs was released today, and it will pull you back into the era as well. Featuring songs from Duke Ellington, Harry James, Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Django Reinhardt, and others, this is a good sampling of tunes for the backdrop to your criminal enterprise. This is in addition to the newly recorded orchestral soundtrack, and they will be playing on one of two radio stations in the city of Lost Heaven. I’ll put a list of the songs at the bottom.
The game is a remake of the original Mafia game with updated visuals, sound, and shooting mechanics. The story and some of the town’s layout may be some of the only things not to be dramatically updated.
Set in the 1930s, the story follows a taxi driver named Tommy Angelo, and a lifechanging meeting with the mob boss Don Salieri. Tommy starts working for the mafia, and Tommy will have to learn his new career quickly, before it kills him. A new trailer is coming tomorrow to detail more of the game’s missions, so check back with us tomorrow for more details.
You can listen to the tunes and hit the streets of Lost Heaven when Mafia: Definitive Edition releases on September 25th.
“St. James Infirmary” – Cab Calloway
“Minnie the Moocher” – Cab Calloway
“Manhattan Jam” – Cab Calloway and His Orchestra
“Evenin'” – Cab Calloway and His Orchestra
“The Darktown Strutters’ Ball” – Django Reinhardt
“A-Tisket A-Tasket” – Django Reinhardt
“Blue Drag” – Django Reinhardt
“Sophisticated Lady” – Django Reinhardt
“Tiger Rag (instrumental)” – Django Reinhardt
“Black and Tan Fantasy” – Duke Ellington
“Crescendo in Blue” – Duke Ellington
“Echoes of Harlem” – Duke Ellington
“Hot and Bothered” – Duke Ellington
“I’m Satisfied” – Duke Ellington
“In A Sentimental Mood (instrumental)” – Duke Ellington
“It Don’t Mean A Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)” – Duke Ellington
“It’s Glory” – Duke Ellington
“Prelude to A Kiss” – Duke Ellington
“The Mooche” – Duke Ellington
“Azure” – Duke Ellington
“Creole Love Call (instrumental)” – Duke Ellington
“Drop Me Off in Harlem” – Duke Ellington
“I Let A Song Go Out of My Heart” – Duke Ellington
“Mood to Be Wooed” – Duke Ellington
“Diminuendo in Blue” – Duke Ellington
“Heart and Soul” – Eddy Duchin and His Orchestra
“My Old Flame” – Guy Lombardo
“Little White Gardenia” – Hal Kemp & his Orchestra
“Back Beat Boogie” – Harry James
“Beyond the Blue Horizon” – Jeanette MacDonald and the Rounders
“True Confession” – Larry Clinton and His Orchestra
“When Lights Are Low” – Lionel Hampton
“(I’ll be Glad When You’re Dead) You Rascal You” – Louis Armstrong
“Thanks for the Memory” – Mildred Bailey
“Sing You Sinners” – The High Hatters
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Jason became terminally addicted to videogames after receiving the NES at an early age. This addiction grew to include PC gaming and was cemented with the launch of the PS2. From then on, he was afflicted with epic RPGs, tense shooters, and deep strategy games, never becoming skillful, but never able to quit. He continues to play games (poorly) and share his passion for them to anyone willing to listen.