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MSEP on vinyl

Discussion in 'Archive' started by Bill, Feb 26, 2008.

  1. Bill

    Bill Guest

    So I've ripped all 3 versions of the 1977 picture disc and the 2 versions of the 1980 OA. With the understanding that they're all on vinyl and variations of pitch and fade ins/outs would account for approximate times rather than exact times, here's what I've found:

    WD-4 Disneyland Main Street Electrical Parade
    (Longest version on vinyl)
    Side One: 6:01
    Side Two: 4:11

    Appears to be identical to:

    WE-4 Walt Disney World Main Street Electrical Parade
    (Longest version on vinyl)
    Side One: 6:02
    Side Two: 4:14

    5-WD Disney's Main Street Electrical Parade (Clear vinyl)
    (Missing Casey Jr on Side One and When You Wish Upon a Star/Heigh Ho/Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf on Side Two)
    Side One: 5:37
    Side Two: 3:32

    2510 Official Album of Disneyland/Walt Disney World
    Version with label marked:
    THE OFFICIAL ALBUM OF
    DISNEYLAND/
    WALT DISNEY WORLD
    6:40 (Gradually fades out during Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf. Not missing any songs, but edited shorter than its presentation on WD-4 and WE-4. I believe this is the earlier version of the 2 LPs.)


    2510 Official Album of Disneyland/Walt Disney World
    Version with label marked:
    THE OFFICIAL ALBUM
    OF DISNEYLAND/
    WALT DISNEY WORLD
    6:01 (Ends abruptly during Zip a Dee Doo Dah. Missing Casey Jr/When You Wish Upon a Star/Heigh Ho/Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf. Remaining tracks further edited)
     
  2. almandot

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    if we could just get an ultimate MSEP release with every loop ever on it and never have to worry about different versions again that'd be fun ;)
     
  3. The Trout

    The Trout Member

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    Bill, did you ever check the deadwax in the center of the Official Albums to see if the numbers etched into the wax are different for each revision?
     

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