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Disneyland Paris 15th Anniversary 2 Disc Set

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  1. DisneylandFan1997

    DisneylandFan1997 Member

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    Hey Disney Music Fans!
    There is a new release at Disneyland Paris just in time for the 15th Anniversary Celebration they have released a 2 Disc Anniversary Album celebrating 15 years of magical music throught the years. Here is the ultimate music collection for Disneyland Paris fans! Here is the tracklisting and credits:

    "15 Magical Years" (2 DISC SET) Product Number: EDDA035-2

    DISC 1 A WALK IN THE PARK TOTAL TIME:76:59

    Bienvenue!,Benvenuto!, Welcome Spiel
    (from Disneys Classic Parade 1992)

    1. Mickey's Shuttle (excerpt) 1:42
    (From Disneys Classic Parade 1992)

    2. Steamboat Willie (exceprt) 2:40
    (From the Wonderful World of Disney Parade 1998)

    3.Feel the Magic! (exceprt) 2:20
    (From Ces't Magique 1992)

    4.Cinderella (excerpt) 1:40
    (From Disneys Classic parade 1992)

    5.The Little Mermaid 1:40
    (From Disneys Classic parade 1992)

    6.Quack in Time :34
    (From Donalds Parade 1993)

    7.Mickey Globe Trotter (excerpt) 2:04
    (From Disneys Imaginations Parade 2000)

    8.Mary Lou 1:28
    (from Barber Shop Quartet)

    9.The Toons Are Coming! 3:07
    (From Disneys Toon Circus 2001)

    10.Europe! 1:53
    (From Disneys Imaginations Parade 2000)

    11. Chante! Ces't Noel :27
    (Snowfall on Main Street 2004)

    12.Mickeys Nutcracker (excerpt) 1:48
    (from The Christmas Parade 1998)

    13.How Many Biscuits Can You Eat 3:33
    (From the Hill Billy Trio)

    14.Phantom Manor Medley 5:03
    (from phantom manor)

    15.The Yellow Rose of Texas 2:32
    (frontierland)

    16.Winter Hoedown 4:59
    (from Mickeys Wonderland 1998)

    17.Strangers Like Me 3:09
    (From the Tarzan Encounter 2000)

    18.African Soul 3:19
    (Sounds from Adventureland)

    19.Yo Ho (A Pirates Life for Me) 1:18
    (from Pirates of the Carribean)

    20.Peter Pan 1:42
    (From the Wonderful World of Disney parade 1998)

    21.Peyes Du Marveillex :52
    (From Welcome to Wonderland 2005)

    22. The Unbirthday Song 3:22
    (From Welcome to Wonderland 2005)

    23.Its A Small World Medley 4:33

    24.Bella Notte (This is the Night) 3:26
    (From En Scene Voul Lais Plait 1995)

    25.Just Give a Snap 1:25
    (From Winnie the Pooh & Friends Too! 2006)

    26.Rock Shock! 6:38
    (from Rock Shock 1992)

    27. The Ancestor's 1:45
    (from Mulan the Legend Show 1997)

    28.Medley (Disney Classics) 3:26
    (From Disney Classics The Magic & the Music 1997)

    29.Baroque Hoedown 2:05
    (From the Main Street Electrical Parade 1992)



    DISC 2 Parades, Shows, & Nightime Entertainment Total Time:76:57


    1. Just Like We Dreamed It 4:15
    (From Disneys Once Upon a Dream Parade 15th Anniversary 2007)

    2.Dancin a Catchy Rythum 3:49
    (From the Wonderful World of Disney Parade 1998)

    3.All Around the World 4:05
    (From Disneys Imaginations Parade 2000)

    4.10th Annivesary Song 3:10
    (From DLP 10th Anniversary Theme Song 2002)

    5.Need Magic? 3:43
    (UNICEF Charity Release Theme Song 2003)

    6.La Di Da Carnival 4:00
    (From Kids Carnival 2005)

    7.And Now Your Enter the Circus 4:57
    (From Disneys Toon Circus)

    8.Just Give a Snap 2:03
    (from Winnie the Pooh & Friends Too 2006)

    9.Halloween! Halloween! 3:59
    (From Disneys Halloween Happening 2001)

    10.It's HallOween! 3:59
    (From Disneys Villians Parade (Theme Song 2003)

    11.Chant'e Ces't Noel 4:17
    (from The Christmas Parade 2003)

    12.Lumina! :49
    (from the enchanted fairytale ceremony 2005)

    13.Ring the Bells 2:50
    (From the enchanted fairytale ceremony 2005)

    14.Fantasia in the Sky 4:26
    (from Fantasia in the Sky Fireworks 1992)

    15. Les Carnival Des Feux 5:32
    (from Le Carnival Des Feux 1997)

    16.Tinkerbell's Fantasy in the Sky Fireworks 6:48
    (from Fantasy in the Sky 1998)

    17.Wishes Medley 3:14
    (From Wishes! Fireworks Spectacular 2005)

    18.Fantillusion Medley 3:21
    (From Disney's Fantillusion Parade 2005)

    19.Laser in the Sky Walk 1:42
    (from the Space Festival 1994)

    20.Toys Army 1:04
    (from the Toy Story Parade 1996)

    21.It's Good to Be Bad! 2:10
    (from Le Livere Magique de Mickey 2005)


    ALBUM CREDITS:
    Executive producer : Fran?ois Leroux
    Album produced by: Vasilie Sirli
    Coordinated by: Estelle Champeau
    Album mixed by: Michael Obst and Vasile Sirli
    Assisted by: Xavier Bongrand and Sylvain Chesneau
    Pre-mastering: Michael Obst
    Facilities: Le Studio (Marne-la-Vall?e)

    you can order the album from Disneyland Resort Paris by emailing them @ dlp.mail.order@disney.com or by calling them directly (33) (1) 64744848
     
  2. DavidG

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    Well... another Entertainment album from DLRP... It seems there is one (1) new non-parade or show track on there, but all in all, it's another disappointment for anyone who cares about ride and area music. I suppose the Phantom Manor medley is the same catastrophe they've been using since 1999..? Sure, some of the tracks will bring up a bit of nostalgia, but considering Randy Thornton's albums and the fact that DLP supposedly approached him a few years back, I can't help but marvel at the fact that they have yet to bring out a decent park album.
     
  3. Gurgitoy2

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    So utterly dissapointing! Yes, there are a few tracks that have not been released before, but boy, are my hopes crushed with this release...

    Especially with disc one titled "A Walk in the Park"....you would think there would be attraction and area music, but no...more of the same stuff that's been released over and over and OVER again on various DLP CD's.

    Disneyland Paris has the WORST track record for releasing attraction audio of any of the resorts...well, we won't count Hong Kong yet because they are new and have not released any in-park CD's yet. Even Tokyo Disneyland is better about releasing attraction stuff, and they are behind the US resorts. Oh well, maybe for DLRP's 20th anniversary....yeah right!
     
  4. ISTCrew20

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    You're kidding right?! The US parks release nothing other than the same rehashed music from years before on official albums. And Tokyo Disneyland behind the US parks? That's a joke. They do a CD release for everything and anything!

    This CD set sounds amazing. It really looked like they went for a little piece of everything. I don't know exactly what type of tracks you guys are looking for, but I would be thrilled if WDW released a CD of past parades. It will never happen, but it would be so great if they did.
     
  5. DisneylandFan1997

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    why do you guys have to be so negative! I mean come on Only Disneyland and maybe sometimes Disney World releases attraction audio on a cd release, they hardly ever release stuff from thier shows or parades. For me This is a dream come true because i love all the stuff from shows and parades, i wish that disneyland would do the same but thats just my opinion. You guys are entitled to your opinion as well but, this album was made to capute bits and pieces of entertainment that was shown throught the years at Disneyland Paris. It was never an Official ALbum just a celebration of magical music that makes up Disneyland paris's history. Well i already ordered mine and it came out a good price. You guys can say what you want but, this album rocks and i can't wait til the parade music is finally released on the 3rd album thats expected.
     
  6. Dr. Know

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    What a wasted opportunity. I really didn't expect much from Disneyland Paris, given its atrocious track record. Am I missing something, or is there nothing at all from Discoveryland? I guess whoever took a walk in the park just skipped that area. Just think: if only the theme from the Visionarium had been inserted, we would all be clamoring for this set. As it is, I'll certainly pass on it.
     
  7. Gurgitoy2

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    "You're kidding right?! The US parks release nothing other than the same rehashed music from years before on official albums. And Tokyo Disneyland behind the US parks? That's a joke. They do a CD release for everything and anything! "

    No, I'm not kidding, but I'm also not talking about parade/entertainment music. I know that both Disneyland and Walt Disney World are pretty bad about releasing parade/entertainment music, and Tokyo Disney Resort is the Best at that. I'm specifically talking about attraction music. Disneyland Resort Paris has not released very much of that in it's 15 year history. Also, even though it's great that they do release most of the entertainment stuff, you have to admit that almost all of the tracks on this new 2CD set are things that have been released numerous times by the parks. How many times do we need "Dancin a Catchy Rhythm"? Don't get me wrong, I like this stuff too, I'm just disappointed that we are getting a lot of rehash for the 15th. If you think that WDW and DL release the same stuff on the Official Albums then how does DLP pass with it's numerous reissues and rehashing? At least with the US parks, Randy tries to appease us by adding as many new things as he can each year. Now, yes, the US parks could be better about parade stuff, but I'm pretty happy with the OA so far. And Tokyo Disneyland is behind the US resorts only in the attraction music department. You can't compare them by quantity of CD's released because Tokyo would beat the crap out of any of the resorts if you counted sheer volume.
     
  8. TempoBayResort

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    Tokyo Disneyland's 15th anniversary set was four discs, all parades and shows. I've never been to the overseas parks, but assumed that all the American attraction music (which is essentially the same in many respects) was available over there. I'm thinking particularly of the 1980 Official Album of DL/WDW with the Electrical Parade train on the cover, which was on CD in Japan. France too? Don't know. The 1988 CD was also available there for a long time, the one with the MK and EPCOTCenter stuff on it. That's probably why they didn't bother with attraction OAs.

    I will probably get this set, as I have very little of the Paris stuff on official release. What usually happens in a case like this for me is, there turns out to be a killer track on the set that you can't get anywhere else. I'm thinking of the Japanese release of DL/WDW Vacation, the only place you could get a decent Spectromagic recording for a long time.

    I'm also hoping for a nice booklet in this new set.

    I've been collecting this stuff since the 70s. There was just about ZERO of this stuff available then. We are living in a pretty golden age of Disney releases, foreign and domestic. I'll take it, and look forward to their 25th anniversary four disc set!
     
  9. X-S Tech

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    I guess it just depends on what you like and what you already have. Anyone who's been buying DLP CD's has just about all of these tracks already. And I for one couldn't care less about the Parades and Shows. So yeah it's a big disappointment to not have more attraction and area music.

    And I don't see how anyone who likes attraction and area music could fault Disneyland or WDW's albums. yes a large portion of each album is recycled each year. Just like if you visit 2 years in a row, you'll see 99% of the same attractions you did last time. But Randy Thornton has done a great job of adding or upgrading tracks each year. Ironically since he covered just about every attraction in the history of the park for the 6 CD set, there's very little for him to add each year.
     
  10. FRAN?OIS

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    YES, I'm pretty disappointed too BUT I think we're all misguided!

    This double set is a Celebration of 15 years of existence, So it makes sense that all the tracks are from... the
    past! Right?!

    Just my 2 sous thought!
     
  11. Gurgitoy2

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    Actually, FRAN?OIS, that's a pretty funny way of looking at it, I like it!

    Oh, and as for Tokyo Disneyland and the attraction music. Yes, the 15th Anniversary boxed set was all entertainment, as are most of the Tokyo Disney Resort CD's. However, just because some of the attraction music is the same as the US parks, doesn't mean they don't release it. Tokyo Disneyland had a Music Album in 1985, then again in 1990, 1992, 1996, 1998, 1999, and the last one in 2001. They have been repetative also, but each one adds a new track or two. Even between all of those there is STILL more attraction music than Disneyland Resort Paris has ever released.

    Oh, and then there's the Treasures of Fantasy sets that Tokyo has released. In addition to everything that was on the music albums, they added area music and even sound effects from lands, so they were fairly ahead of the game when it came to that. Also, they released Pooh's Hunny Hunt as a single, which was nice. Then there's Tokyo DisneySea. That park has a couple Music Albums already, as well as the Mermaid Lagoon Music Album, so they've also got more attraction stuff than either of the Disneyland Resort Paris parks.
     
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    Bring on More CD's for TDS's different Ports!
     
  13. DavidG

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    Ironically, I found more DLRP attraction/area music on Tokyo releases than on DLRP's albums.
     
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    Really? Which tracks on which albums?
     
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    Let me be negative again!

    2 tracks I just can't stand: CHANTE C'est No?l!

    and that dreadful Halloween! Halloween! (From Disneys Halloween Happening 2001) that goes on and on and
    on and on and sounds so UNDisney, imho!
     
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    X-S: From the top of my head, most of it came from the Treasures of Fantasy box set... Now, they're not the most prominent pieces of DLRP music, but a few of them I had been searching for a while.

    Without looking it up, there's the exit music from Star Tours, a whole bunch of tracks from Big Thunder Mountain, a track from the Peter Pan queue, a couple of sound FX tracks... The Imagineering the Dream disk has two tracks of POTC area music, another track from Peter Pan, "All in the Golden Afternoon" which is used in three places in Paris, and a number of tracks from the Esplanade loop.

    As for all of the DLRP-related stuff that was released in the US, especially on the Forever systems, I'd never stop counting.

    Suffice to say, without all of these US and Tokyo releases, my DLRP music collection would look pretty scarce!
     
  17. Gurgitoy2

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    I'm not fully aware of all the music that was actually DLRP music that came from the Forever systems and Treasures of Fantasy sets. Is there a list somewhere that tells which tracks were used where at DLP? I'd love to compile my own makeshift "Official Album" even if it's the less well known attraction or area music. Anything to flesh out the heavy entertainment side of things.
     
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    Not sure if a list exists; I spent a lot of time digging up these tracks one by one. If I'll have some free time in the next days, I can try to make a list myself, though...
     
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    I do think I heard the same exact Sea Chanty song (Drunken Sailor maybe? Or Blow the man down- can't rememeber) in like 4 different loops at DLP,and realizing that it had been released on Disneyland Forever.
     
  20. Gurgitoy2

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    There was a "Blow the Man Down" track released on the "Une Journee a Disneyland Paris" CD, and I think the "en Musique" re-release. I'm not sure if it's the same as the DLF track though...I'd have to listen to make sure.

    DavidG., thanks for checking on this stuff, I know it's not easy, especially if you had to compile it all yourself.

    The only things I can think of off the top of my head are the Club 33 tracks from the DLF system, but I'm confused on what played where, and then there's the Disney Gallery tracks too...

    Also, I guess the "Honey, I Shrunk the Audience" tracks from the DL and WDW OA would be the same as played in Paris. The Star Tours queue track from Treasures of Fantasy you mentioned. Are there any official tracks from Space Mountain (mission 1 or 2) other than the slow on on the "Une Journee" CD?

    I wish I had my "Imagineering the Dream" track split up so I could use the individual tracks, but I don't have a program to do that.

    What about the "Buzz Lightyear Astro-Blasters" track, is DLP's the same as TDL, HKDL and DL's?
     

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