It's the Fife & Drum Corp from Epcot's American Adventure, if memory serves.
Lots of bootleg sources we can't talk about here. You just have to dig through the internet.
AAC is superior, true, though a 320kbps MP3 is still superior to an iTunes download. That said, I'm with you. Everything on my computer is FLAC,...
Amazon: 256kbps MP3.
iTunes: 256kbps AAC.
Google: 320kbps MP3.
Google is the best for audio quality, followed by iTunes, then Amazon.
Ugh, yeah, some new Mermaid track is "album only," on every platform. That's... pretty much infuriating.
That'd actually be perfect: hardcores can cherry-pick only the new tracks!
Throne Room is definitely Star Tours. Possibly the old exit music, but more probably the muzak version heard in the queue.
This is insane. Disneyland Paris appears to inexplicably be doing what we've begged Disney to do for years: producing area music CDs. I'm...
They seriously put out a full music loop on CD? Well done, Paris. Well done. *slow clap*
If new OAs are indeed coming, California's has an embarrassment of riches to add on the DCA side. I suppose we just need to look at what's...
Scratch that. It's now confirmed as being a revision of the Hollywood Boulevard loop.
According to that OTHER Disney park music site, this loop has changed again, featuring new stuff from the likes of Avatar and Pirates.
The Camarata Alice is also on iTunes.
It's great, but, again, is a woefully short CD. I can't imagine why they'd only put thirty minutes of music on CD unless they just wanted to milk...
I've little use for CDs anymore, but I hate that Amazon and iTunes is still exclusively lossy. If lossless audio was readily available online...
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