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Mick Gordon’s been contributing music to Bethesda titles for some time now – most notably with 2016’s – and the music provided is always of quality and often provides a major boost to Bethesda’s slate of always impressive releases. Wolfenstein II is no exception, as the score again is phenomenal, but the standout from the first title was really the Nazi-fied versions of pop songs, that mimicked bands through the decades, such as The Monkees, The Beatles, and a few more. The game came up with how those bands might have sounded had they risen under the supervision of the Reich. These songs make a return as well, but near as we could tell, there’s only one new song in this style. But the game's primary score is a knockout nonetheless.