- For the character in BioShock, see Albert Milonakis.
- “Dear brother, these holes in the thin air continue to pay dividends. I know not which musician you borrow your notes from, but if he has half the genius of the biologist I now observe, well … then you are to be the Mozart of Columbia.”
- ― Jeremiah Fink[src]
Albert is one of the most celebrated composers of Columbia and runs the Magical Melodies studio in Emporia. He has managed to achieve great success via the release of several extremely successful songs. Unknown to the general public, Albert Fink is little more than a plagiarist, as he heard the songs from Tears in his studio. He then added period-appropriate harmonizations and stylizations to the existing lyrics and melodies. These Tears and Albert's business are apparently the sources of the many anachronistic songs heard throughout Columbia. Albert's Barbershop Quartet sing many of these songs.
- Main article: BioShock Infinite
In an alternate dimension, Albert was seemingly killed during the Vox Populi attack on Emporia, and his corpse can be found in his now heavily damaged studio. As Booker DeWitt and Elizabeth pass his home, Elizabeth will comment about the composer.
Behind the Scenes
- The suit that Albert Fink is seen wearing appears to be an anachronism, as this sort of tuxedo did not come into prominence until the 1920s when it was commonly worn by various bandleaders and musicians.
- Albert Fink's character is based on Scott Bradlee, the founder of the "Postmodern Jukebox" and arranger of most of the anachronistic songs featured in the game.
- The model is also rendered in Bradlee's likeness.
- Jeremiah Fink's Voxophone: Changing My Tune
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