Best Songs from Mafia II

Mafia II is a sandbox video game released in 2010 by 2K. It taken place in a fictional city, Empire Bay, that mixes New York, Los Angeles, Detroit and Boston (+ the Hoover Dam) in 1945 and 1951. The soundtrack contains period jazz/swing/blues/country/r&b/rock and roll music, in different radio stations. The three radio stations are: Delta, Classic and Central radio.

Delta Radio in 1945: Period African-American Music, mostly Blues & R&B
Classic Radio in 1945: Late '20s, early '30s Jazz/Swing songs
Central Radio in 1945: '40s Jazz/Swing/Big Band songs

Delta Radio in 1951: '50s African-American Music, mostly Blues/R&B & Rock and Roll
Classic Radio in 1951: Period Traditional Pop Songs
Central Radio in 1951: Late '50s Rock and Roll Songs (yes, though the game taken place in 1951, rest of the songs wasn't released before 1951 in the real life)

Here are the best songs from the video game Mafia II (i don't chose only the truly best songs, i chose also songs those fits to the game the best)

The Top Ten

1 Long Tall Sally - Little Richard

Radio: '50s Delta
Genre: Rock & Roll
Released: 1956

2 Sing, Sing, Sing - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra

Radio: '40s Central
Genre: Big Band
Released: 1936

3 Rock Around the Clock - Bill Haley & the Comets

Radio: '50s Central
Genre: Rock & Roll
Released: 1954/1955

4 Mannish Boy - Muddy Waters

Radio: '50s Delta
Genre: Blues
Released: 1955

5 Boom Boom - John Lee Hooker

Radio: '50s Delta
Genre: Blues
Released: 1962

6 Summertime Blues - Eddie Cochran

Radio: '50s Central
Genre: Rockabilly
Released: 1958

7 After the Lights Go Down Low - Al Hibbler

Radio: '50s Classic
Genre: Traditional Pop
Released: 1956

8 Caldonia - Louis Jordan

I don't know why my comment got deleted, but I didn't write nothing else than:

Radio: '40s Delta
Genre: R&B
Released: 1945

9 That'll Be the Day - Buddy Holly

Radio: '50s Central
Genre: Rockabilly
Released: 1957

10 Belleville - Django Reinhardt

Radio: '40s Classic
Genre: Jazz
Released: 1941

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