Ladies and Gentlemen I present what I call Rockdrums2RocknRoll, a soundtrack modmod for C2C. What is it exactly? -Heavy overhaul of the existing soundtrack, massively different after the Prehistoric Age -Much of this is what I did for my own mod, for the purposes of immersion, and for those players who like immersive musical expiriences while on their journey across time in C2C, I made this. Now updated for 38.5! Download: http://www.mediafire.com/file/d9dbjpdzu660u4q/Sword_of_Geddon_Soundtrack_Mod.rar/file Simply copy the contents of the folder into your Caveman2Cosmos folder. Then place this file: https://forums.civfanatics.com/attachments/civ4erainfos-xml.514726/ In Assets/XML/Gameinfo/ then overwrite. Prehistoric: Many new tracks have been added, but is mostly the same. Ancient: Music from Ancient Middle Eastern civilizations was the aim here, from Sumeria to Egypt. This was their time, and I felt that the soundtrack should reflect that. Classical: Music of Persia, Greece and Rome, some early Christian music. This was the Hellenistic Age, but the soundtrack here reflects the mystical nature of the time period known as the Axial Age as well. Medieval: Many new Medieval tracks have been added, not a massive overhaul, but important songs such as Scarborough Faire and Greensleeves, as well as afew other choice pieces, are included here. Renaissance: Overhaul here. I always felt this time period should reflect 1492-1700ish music wise. This means a lot of Renaissance music, and Pre-Baroque. Some Celtic songs and colonial era music are included, You will notice this era bridges the musical gap between the Medieval and Industrial's classical music. Industrial: The era of classical music includes the original Renaissance tracks and Industrial tracks, with some important new pieces included, such as Beetoven's 5th and 9th symphonies. Atomic: The original Civ4 Modern soundtrack, with some additional pieces from that era, such as "Fire from on High". Information: Totally new soundtrack, alot of instrumental rock, some trailer-type instrumental music is included, along with abit of chillout type music. Nanotech: This era bridges the gap between the Information Era's rock soundtrack and the futuristic electronic music of the Transhuman Era. I tried to go for a more advanced sound. Transhuman: Lots of ethereal electronic music, some with a good beat, some more introspective. Galactic: Space themed music, gives you the feeling of being deep in space. Still some rock and upbeat tracks. Cosmic: More space themed music, but without any trace of the rock from previous eras. You may be reminded of galactic civilizations, the author of alot of these pieces may have been inspired by that game, or other sci-fi like Star Trek. Transcendent: The Holst's the Planets has been moved here, and joining those tracks is "Pluto the Renewer", a piece written in the same style as Holst's. Also some real ethereal music is included, your civilization is incredibly advanced, rivaling the gods of legends and myth. I wanted something to reflect that.