Back on topic, there is core problem with C&C4 music, like all the other elements, it's completly out of place, ok, when listened separately from the game it sounds nice, even great, but ingame, well:
Do you see and listen?
It simply has nothing to do with C&C, while James Hannigan did his best and I think he should be featured again for the next C&C (he worked too for RA3) it would have been great for a Star Wars based game, maybe a game with big spaceships, but not for planetary warfare, that is not the track for armoured divisions rolling to engage some enemy force, this is the kind of music you would actually expect for that kind of battle (and notice how they use chant to give some additional suspense to the song):
That was more true to the spirit of C&C, armoured warfare, than C&C4 themes would ever be.
@MILINTarctrooper you got it right, that's the kind of stuff which would make great scores for a C&C game, it is true we have plenty of great bands and companies outhere which know how to do stuff right, the key is how they implement new scores into the game.
@Kyang, I though those names were fan given, like "Mechanical Mind" from Kane's Wrath.