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Mousercise VHS

Discussion in 'Disney on Television' started by BJWanlund, Dec 28, 2008.

  1. BJWanlund

    BJWanlund Member

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    I happen to have the Mousercise VHS and I'm wondering what BGM is in each of the segments.

    I do know Bug-A-Boo is in there somewhere, but I've never found a definitive list...

    If Randy wants to, maybe Disney can release a soundtrack for this video with a rerelease of this on DVD...

    BJ
     
  2. Magic Music

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    Mousercise was released on LP (62516) and cassette (6516B) in 1982.

    Mousercise.jpg

    Track Listing:

    01. Mousercise Medley
    02. Bug-A-Boo
    03. I Wan'na Be Like You 2
    04. Get the Money (Uncle Scrooge's Money)
    05. Ducks Dance, Too
    06. Pig Out
    07. Step In Time
    08. Tweedledee and Tweedledum
    09. Keep on Tryin'
     
  3. BJWanlund

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    No, that's NOT it at all.

    The Mousercise TV series, on which this particular VHS is based, is NOT, for the umpteen millionth time, NOT related to the LP of the same name except for it's name alone!!!

    Being a longtime fan of the TV series, it boils my blood when people suggest that the Mousercise LP would help, when A) that's not it AT ALL, and :unsure: think for even a minute that the TV series is in any way related to the LP! I actually BOUGHT the LP on iTunes and realized my mistake too late. I'm still bitter about that.

    BJ
     
  4. eyore

    eyore DLRP explorer Premium Member Playlist Author

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    Well, as they are named the same and the LP and tape were released 26 years ago and the video 25, (probably before many other members were even born) I think it quite understandable that there could be confusion.
    I suggest a reference to
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mousercise rather than boiling our blood (not advised) :unsure:
    The video followed the next year (based on the LP) and (you'll like this) another album released in 2005 with the same name.
    I too had thought (wrongly) that the LP would have been the songs from the VHS tape. :p


    Now, just a suggestion.
    If you could record some small clips of the BGMs - "accepted use" - and post them to a fileshare site (and post the link here), I daresay you'll get your wish.
    That should solve the problem of people no longer having the tape etc.
     
  5. Magic Music

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    Sorry. I guess I missed the umpteen million previous posts all having to do with Mousercise. :unsure:

    You mentioned Bug-A-Boo, and I knew it was on the original Mousercise recording.
     
  6. BJWanlund

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    Sounds good to me! I'll get right on that! It may be awhile before I can get them put up and linked appropriately!

    However, a quick question: Kellyn Plasscheart was the leader of the exercises on the VHS and she also hosted the TV series. So, what came first for Kellyn: the series, or the VHS the series was based on?

    BJ
     
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    Really? It's not obvious from your posts...
     
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    Yes, I am still bitter about that, but you'll never hear it from me otherwise. Probably one of the few purchases on iTunes I regret.

    BJ
     
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    eyore DLRP explorer Premium Member Playlist Author

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    Tut-tut, who didn't follow my link then? :unsure:
    The Wiki clearly states that the album mentioned above came first (1982), followed by the series (1983) and then came the tape (1985). (I'm presuming that Kellyn was in the show from the start in 1983, of course. The series continued after 1985 - until 1898 actually)
     
  10. Magic Music

    Magic Music Administrator Playlist Author

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    Much too bitter for that...

    "Links?... I don't need no... stinkin' links!"
     
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    Horizons Playlist Author

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    Well, if the Wiki says it, then it must be true... :rolleyes:
     
  12. eyore

    eyore DLRP explorer Premium Member Playlist Author

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    I did check it on a few other sites as well, honest and there seems to be agreement on those dates B)
    That had it all in one place, at least.
    There's this great site called Google where you can find all sorts of things just by typing in a word such as Mousercise...................... :rolleyes:

    True, I have read things in the Wiki that would have had Pinocchio's nose the size of a redwood :)
     
  13. Magic Music

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    Be careful when searching for 'Pinoccho' and anything having to do with his 'nose.' You'll end up running into graphic images of women saying "Lie to me, Pinocchio, lie to me!" :rolleyes:
     
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    :) B) That was great!
     

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