Locate The Civilization IV Soundtrack On Your Hard Drive

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I jumped on the Civilization IV bandwagon less than a year ago, but I’ve never turned back.  One of the greatest parts of the game is the expansive classical soundtrack, a soundtrack that players will likely be hearing for hours.  Turns out that unlike some games, the songs are simply MP3 files that can be located in:

Hard Drive/Program Files/2K Games/Firaxis Games/Sid Mier’s Civilization 4/Assets/Sounds/Soundtrack

Amongst many of Bach, Mozart and John Adam’s compositions you’ll also find Baba Yetu, the ridiculously catchy menu song (which, as it turns out, is The Lords Prayer sung in Swahili).  Here’s the list of all the music Civ 4 players can find hidden on their hard drive.  I used the image above as album artwork.

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One Response to Locate The Civilization IV Soundtrack On Your Hard Drive

  1. Inigo Jones says:

    Wow. I was looking for Baba Yetu. To think I had it on my HD the past 5 years is nuts.
    Cheers Mate

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