The Don't Starve soundtrack was composed by Vince de Vera and Jason Garner.
The soundtrack can be found on:
|1||Don't Starve Theme||Main Menu|
|2||Dawn||Beginning of a new day (Dawn)|
|3||Work To Be Done||Chopping down Trees, mining, crafting, etc. in Summer (Autumn in RoG)|
|4||Danger||Attacking a hostile Monster besides bosses during Summer (Autumn in RoG)|
|5||E.F.S||Fighting a boss such as the Spider Queen or Treeguard during Summer (Autumn in RoG)|
|6||D.R Style||In certain update trailers, not found in game, remixed in Invisible Inc.|
|7||Creepy Forest||In certain update trailers, not found in game|
|9||Ragtime||Certain update trailers,at the final stage of Adventure Mode, in the credits of the game and also with a spawned Gramaphone|
|10||Cave Work||Chopping down Trees, mining, crafting, attacking a hostile Monster, etc. in a Cave|
|11||Hoedown||While in WereBeaver form as Woodie|
|13||Working For The Ruins||Chopping down Trees, mining, crafting, etc. in the Ruins|
|14||Fight For Ruin||Attacking a hostile Monster besides the Ancient Guardian in the Ruins|
|15||The EFS Of Winter||Fighting a boss such as the Deerclops during Winter|
|16||Winters Alright For Fighting||Attacking a hostile Monster besides bosses during Winter|
|17||Working Through Winter||Chopping down Trees, mining, crafting, etc. during Winter|
|18||Spring Into A Fight||Attacking a hostile Monster besides bosses during Spring|
|19||Spring Cleaning||Chopping down Trees, mining, crafting, etc. during Spring|
|20||For The Glory of Spring||Fighting a boss such as the Goose during Spring|
|21||Summertime and The Fighting is Easy||Attacking a hostile Monster besides bosses during Summer in RoG|
|22||Summer Jobs||Chopping down Trees, mining, crafting, etc. during Summer in RoG|
|23||A Summer Showdown||Fighting a boss such as the Dragonfly during Summer in RoG|
- Track #16's name is a reference to "Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting" by Elton John.
- Track #21's name is a direct reference to the song "Summertime" by George Gershwin.
- The Cave Work track actually has two versions in game, the first one (0:00-0:50 or 1:42-2:07) only plays when the player is working, while the other (0:51-1:41) only plays when the player is fighting.
- Starting around 0:21, Track #20 seems to play a version of Ragtime (Track #9).