I spent 13 hours in EPCOT today, something I haven't done in a long time. Some highlights: I recorded the entire Illuminations soundtrack, all 65:23. The pre-show spiels are (except for one) done by a male announcer now. Included is 18:36 of the Tapestry of Nations music used in the post-show loop (playing immediately after Promise). I hope to have a detailed blog entry soon (including a determination as to whether the Tapestry of Nations music is different than what was officially released). Why Disney doesn't release a soundtrack to the American Adventure is beyond me. I still had no luck making a recording, but I did speak to someone about it, so hopefully the issue gets resolved before a future attempt. I really want the load/unload music, a different version of Hail Columbia from what is used in the exterior loop. While at the Biergarten, I struck up a conversation with someone in Entertainment, asking about the interior music. She told me that after the system was switched from CD to hard drive, all of the old CDs were thrown in a desk drawer! I need to make more friends in Germany. I got another recording of the SSE narration (why, I have no clue). Has anyone figured out how many endings are possible? The music in the attraction is still way too low. I sure miss the Jeremy Irons version. With the assistance of Wedroy1923, we figured out there is a different interior loop used in France. How it differs, I'm not sure yet as I only made an eight minute recording. The music heard in the lobby to Impressions de France is the exterior music loop. The exterior loop to the American Adventure also plays in the Heritage Manor Gifts shop. I was able to confirm the Coral Reef interior music loop runs 42:25. It's a great loop that has a contemporary/jazz style while also including various themes from the original Living Seas music. I wonder if Russell Brower had anything to do with this loop? I really want the Living with the Land queue loop. Whose up to the task?