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Disney Attraction Music and the Kiosks

Discussion in 'Archive' started by dizneydomenic, Jun 28, 2004.

  1. dizneydomenic

    dizneydomenic Member

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    Like everyone who is a diehard Disneyland/Disney fan, i mourned the loss of the "make your own" kiosks at Disneyland. Im greatful i had the ability to basically "raid" the good stuff off the kiosks during 2 trips to Disneyland (some i remade as original tracks were replaced by stereo versions or as the case of America Sings, an alternate version was available)I also had done the same at WDW during one trip. Needless to say i own over 20 of the cds. What i found sad of their removal was probably due to how they were presented to the public. Why was an attraction broken down into tracks instead of presented as a whole...of course we know the answer...the mighty dollar. I think they saw it as a quick buck. Had more advertising gone into the Kiosk program....better presentation (entire attraction) and more realistic pricing (get real...you couldve gotten 10 tracks at 1 min for same price...that made no sense....it shouldve been priced on cd length...allowing full use of a blank cd. Hopefully with the anniversary coming up we will see a re-immergence of many of the tracks. The worlds fair tracks...as most know have been floatin on the net (thank gawd) until Disney shuts them down...its the only place to get some really AMAZING unavailable stuff. Now if only Disney would release complete soundtracks in HI QUALITY of the circlevision films (whats available isn't all THAT great)
    You would think....by now....they would realize there are SOOOO many of us who would gladly pay for stuff if presented in a realistic manner and decent pricing. The new Kiosks offer some great stuff.....but leave alot to be desired...From what i saw....the country bear show is still presented in Mono (anyone know diff?) we finally got the tiki room (is t stereo like the wdw tracks were offered or Disneyland Record mono?)the Golden horseshoe cd is great...but my video i made of the show SOUNDS better as it was a full show of music and a little comedy (i REALLY miss that show) and the show is the one most of us remember being the last presented. One other thing on my wish list.......the "HAPPY BIRTHDAY MICKEY MOUSE song from the parade......and i dont mean the Davy Jones version floating around.
     
  2. SharonKurland

    SharonKurland Active Member

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    > One other thing on my wish list.......the
    > "HAPPY BIRTHDAY MICKEY MOUSE song
    > from the parade......and i dont mean the
    > Davy Jones version floating around.

    Oh. I've got that 45, left over from when I was a Monkees geek . Sorry.

    -Sharon-
     

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