Have you ever been listening to a different release of a familiar Disney recording, only to get knocked on your butt upon hearing something you'd never heard before? It's pretty much one of the best feelings in the world. I just got the 1977 Main Street Electrical Parade picture disc in the mail and instantly had to give it a spin. It didn't take long to utter the phrase, "Whoa!" The opening introduction does NOT include the Jack Wagner narration, thus allowing me to hear the underscore there for the first time ever. Then later, during the "A Bit Bubbly" section, there's there's freaky part at the end of each loop that I'd never heard before. I mean, I'd heard the bubbles before, but not this little bit that plays AFTER the bubbles. I just started on side two now and - dude! I can finally hear the It's A Small World / Mickey Mouse Club March / Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah section that was teased on the official album but faded out! Maybe I'm just easily floored. It's true that I slightly obsess over the MSEP, it holding a great deal of nostalgic value for me. But to hear all these little bits that I've never heard before is just wonderful! Have you ever had this sensation when popping in an alternate release to a familiar recording before?