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Star Wars Weekends [2009]

Discussion in 'Music of Walt Disney World Resort' started by Horizons, May 29, 2010.

  1. Horizons

    Horizons Playlist Author

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    Thanks to @thx99 for helping me compile the playlists as well as expanding my knowledge of Star Wars music in general, by answering my (many) questions with detailed responses.

    Unless otherwise stated, all selections can be found on the CD The Music of Star Wars: 30th Anniversary Collection.

    I was not able to capture all of the area loops. I believe I am missing two; Jedi Mickey Meet & Greet and (Queen) Padme Amidala Meet & Greet (can you believe she married Darth Vadar? :eek:

    Main Entrance

    Loop runs 18:33.

    This loop is used in place of the normal Main Entrance BGM. Two other main entrance loops are also used for this event but only play by the turnstile entrance, with Stormtroopers positioned on the roof who act out some of the dialog.

    01 - Main Title (A New Hope) - Star Wars Trilogy: The Original Soundtrack Anthology [Music from ~3:05 - 3:52 removed]
    02 - Augie's Great Municipal Band and End Credits - The Phantom Menace [0:00 - 2:15; 3:15 - 4:20; 5:23 - 5:51]
    03 - The Throne Room/End Title (A New Hope)
    04 - Cantina Band (A New Hope) [Music from ~1:28 - 2:29 removed]
    05 - Battle of the Heroes - Revenge of the Sith OST [Music from ~3:07 - 3:33 removed]

    WSWW Radio Show/Stormtroopers

    Loop runs: 21:40

    This loop plays through speakers located above the turnstile entrance, with multiple stormtroopers located on the roof. Two of the stormtroopers act out the dialog below.

    [Start Music – Disco Version Star Wars Theme]

    CY: Hey there all you space cowboys. This is Cram Yoder and you’re listening to WSWW the official transmitting location here at Tosche Station. And now for the latest news. Jar Jar Binks one man show opened this weekend at the Lake Paonga comedy club. Here is WSWW entertainment guru [Tarleton Mayhar] to give the skinny. Terleton...

    TM: Thank you Cram. Who would have thought Jar Jar Binks would return to the comedy scene? Not I! His one man show is full of fun, laughs, and wacky antics! It’s got people saying “We’s gonna see it again and again.” Back to you Cram. [Jar Jar Binks dialog inserted various places in this segment.]

    CY: [Laugh] And now for this prepaid commercial message.

    Commercial: [Imperial March music starts] Do you enjoy wearing the color white? Do you have terrible aim? Are you okay with the feeling of your head being trapped in a small confined space for long periods of time? If so, a job as an Imperial Storm Trooper is perfect for you. Travel the galaxy as you serve on the most powerful weapon ever created, the all new DEATH STAR. So come on down to your local galactic empire recruiter or call us up at 1-800-BAD-SHOT. That number again, 1-800-BAD-SHOT. Remember, you’re either with us or against us. This ad was paid for by the galactic empire. Clones are strongly urged to apply.

    CY: And we’re back. Now for your galaxy weather report. First, let’s go to Skip [Wiederman]. Hey Skip, what’s the weather like there today on Tatooine?

    SW: Hot. Same as yesterday and everyday I’ve been here.

    CY: But it’s a dry heat.

    SW: So is a blow torch. We can I come back to the station?

    CY: Thank you Skip and don’t forget to keep an eye out for those feisty Tusken Raiders.

    SW: I wanna come home!

    CY: And now lets go to Zim Habanero on Hoth. Zim, are you there?

    ZH:[Shivering] C C Cram!

    CY: It’s me! So tell us Zim how would you describe the weather there on Hoth?

    ZH: [Shivering] Br..Br..Bring me back to the station.

    CY: Any day now. Until then, you watch out for those Wampas

    ZH: [Shivering] Wampas?

    CY: Yes, you know…HUGE! Two big pearl horns coming out of their melon.

    ZH: [Shivering] Really…hairy?

    CY: Bingo!

    ZH: [Sound of Wampas] Oh no!

    CY: Zim? I guess we lost him. Oh well. And finally we take you to Phillip [Skeepers] to give us the local weather on the lava planet of Mustafar. Phillip...

    PS: Ahh…Ahh…Hot…Hot…Hot…Ouch

    CY: Oh, sounds a little toasty.

    PS: Ahh, I’ve got a burning ember in my eye… Get me off this planet!

    CY: Phillip, thanks for a job well done.

    PS: Not funny! [Screams]

    CY: In other news, Star Tours is now offering some fantastic galactic vacation deals. Looking for a vacation with some adventure? Then book a [skith] excursion to Jabba’s palace, where you can rub tentacles with some of the most notorious scum anywhere! And remember what happens at Jabba’s palace STAYS at Jaba’s palace. Here’s a single that topped the charts for weeks back in 1977. It’s Mos Eisley’s legendary Cantina quintet Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes. [Cantana Band music starts]

    [Blaster rifle fire…music cuts off]

    Stromtrooper Commander: Secure the area.

    Stromtrooper: Commander the force field is in place and the area is secure.

    Stromtrooper Commander: Good, Lord Vader will be pleased.

    Stromtrooper: What should we do about them?

    Stromtrooper Commander: I wouldn’t worry about them. They seem harmless. I mean, have you ever seen people so happy to be locked out of some place? And look at the way they’re dressed. I think something happened to them during their last hyperspace jump.

    Stromtrooper: Sir, I’m receiving a probe droid transmission reporting dozens of rebel scum in the southeast quadrant near the shuttle to Endor. They seem to be preparing for some sort of celebration. Skywalker and the Princess along with Solo and the Wookie are reported there as well. Do you think that’s why they’re here?

    Stromtrooper Commander: Most likely. It’s hard to tell with their kind. Set up a patrol just in case. I’ll contact Lord Vader. I’m sure he’ll want to pay a surprise visit to this little celebration.

    Stromtrooper: Understood. Hey, look at them down there. They think they’re getting in.

    Stromtrooper Commander: There’s no way anyone is getting passed us. Not on my watch.

    Stromtrooper: Unless they have breakfast reservations.

    Stromtrooper Commander: What?

    Stromtrooper: Or it’s extra magic hours.

    Stromtrooper Commander: Extra magic what?

    Stromtrooper: Or if you’re a really good singer. Any good singers out there?

    Stromtrooper Commander: All right, knock it off. There’s no way I want to hear any of THEM sing, especially THAT guy!

    Stromtrooper: Oh, he probably sings as bad as he dresses.

    Stromtrooper Commander: Nobody sings that bad. Any unusual behavior in your sector?

    Stromtrooper: They all look unusual to me, especially THAT area.

    Stromtrooper Commander: You’re right. They do look far more bizarre than the other sectors.

    Stromtrooper: Should we be concerned that a lot of them have light sabers?

    Stromtrooper Commander: Who has a light saber?

    Stromtrooper: Hey, all of you down there with a light saber, hold them up and cheer.

    Stromtrooper Commander: No need to be concerned.

    Stromtrooper: Why not?

    Stromtrooper Commander: Have you ever seen a real Jedi hold up their light saber and say “Wheew”

    Stromtrooper: My visor was fogged, could you do it again?

    Stromtrooper Commander: Wheew, Whoa, Whoa

    Stromtrooper: Nope, still a little blurry. One more time.

    Stromtrooper Commander: Whao, Wheeew….Hey! I know what you’re doing. Get back to your patrol.

    Stromtrooper: Wheew

    Stromtrooper Commander: I heard that.

    Stromtrooper: Hey, any idea why they keep placing those small devices up to their faces?

    Stromtrooper Commander: It must be some sort of ritual. Most of them are doing it.

    Stromtrooper: You’re right.

    Stromtrooper Commander: Or maybe it’s a greeting. Do it back to them. Funny way to greet one another.

    Stromtrooper: You know what else is funny?

    Stromtrooper Commander: What?

    Stromtrooper: Whewee

    Stromtrooper Commander: Knock it off!

    Stromtrooper Commander: Be on the alert. I just received a transmission that a Jedi may be attempting to enter this way. A century droid reported he was wearing a disguise.

    Stromtrooper: A disguise? YOU! Let me see your identification.

    Stromtrooper Commander: We don’t need to see his identification.

    Stromtrooper: What?

    Stromtrooper Commander: These aren’t the droids we’re looking for.

    Stromtrooper: Driods? What are you talking about? Wait! He’s doing that Jedi mind trick on you. Look away!

    Stromtrooper Commander: You can go about your business.

    Stromtrooper: I said LOOK away!

    Stromtrooper Commander: Move along, move along.

    Stromtrooper: You will do everything I say.

    Stromtrooper Commander: Do everything you say.

    Stromtrooper: You will send me on a month long paid vacation.

    Stromtrooper Commander: Send you on a month long paid vacation.

    Stromtrooper: You will tell Lord Vader that he should really see someone about all the annoying wheezing. Ah, you will forget this ever happened.

    Stromtrooper Commander: Not a chance.

    Stromtrooper: Oh boy. I’m in trouble.

    Stromtrooper Commander: You betcha.

    Stromtrooper: Do you hear that?

    Stromtrooper Commander: Hear what?

    Stromtrooper: I’m receiving some sort of, transmission. You don’t hear it?

    Stromtrooper Commander: No, I don’t hear anything. What does it sound like?

    Stromtrooper: It’s some sort of message and music.

    Stromtrooper Commander: Music? Route it through the main system.

    Stromtrooper: Good idea. Routing now

    [Star Wars Main Title music starts]

    Stromtrooper Commander: What is that?

    Stromtrooper: I don’t know, but it sounds familiar.

    Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. Welcome to Star Wars Weekends at Disney’s Hollywood Studios! Feel the force all weekend long as Disney’s Hollywood Studios, along with special Star Wars Weekend’s host Jay Laga’aia, celebrate the greatest saga ever told. Encounter all your favorite Star Wars characters, meet Star Wars celebrities, and participate in one of a kind Star Wars Weekends events that can’t be experienced anywhere else in the galaxy. May the force be with you.

    Stromtrooper: WOW! That sounds great. I wanna go.

    Stromtrooper Commander: Well, you can’t.

    Stromtrooper: Why not?

    Stromtrooper Commander: Because, we have to stay at our posts and keep rebel scum like him OUT.

    Stromtrooper: Thanks a lot pal. I’ll catch up with YOU later. Hey, what if all of them suddenly got past us? We would have to go after them, wouldn’t we?

    Stromtrooper Commander: What? Yes we would. I’m with you. Follow my lead. Hey, you, down there, listen up. I have a question for you. Would you like us to let you in?

    Stromtrooper: I don’t think you heard the commander. He said, do you want us to let you in?

    Stromtrooper Commander: Okay. Here’s the deal. You don’t tell anyone how you got in and we’ll tell the gatekeepers below to disable the force field and let you in. Do we have a deal?

    Stromtrooper: I’ve felt more emotion from a decommissioned droid. He said, DO WE HAVE A DEAL? All right then.

    Stromtrooper Commander: Remember our bargain. Gatekeepers, let them in.

    [Music - Augie’s Great Municipal Band and End Credits begins]

    Stromtrooper Commander: I sure hope we don’t get in trouble for this.

    Stromtrooper: Look at them go. They look like a herd of dewbacks at feeding time.

    Stromtrooper Commander: That’s not very nice.

    Stromtrooper: It’s better than me saying they look like a heard of banthas.

    Stromtrooper Commander: True.

    Stormtroopers Entrance Loop

    Loop runs 13:23

    After the gates open, as guests enter the park, a second Stormtrooper loop is used. This loop repeats for several hours and, like the one above, is acted out by Stormtroopers positioned on the roof.

    Stromtrooper #1: Hey, take a look at this guy.

    Stormtrooper #2: Where?

    Stromtrooper #1: The guy right here. Here’s never getting in.

    Stromtrooper #2: You’re right! Not a chance.

    Stromtrooper #1: Contact Boba Fett. I’m sure there’s a price on his head.

    Stromtrooper #2: I say we just blast him and get the reward ourselves.

    Stromtrooper #1: No, let’s give him a break. I mean, look at him. He’s got enough problems.

    Stromtrooper #2: Yeah.

    Stromtrooper #1: Hey, I guess what’s ever happening inside must be important. Look at all the royalty.

    Stromtrooper #2: Royalty? Where?

    Stromtrooper #1: The small human in the carriages. Just look at the way their being shuttled around and tended to.

    Stromtrooper #2: You’re right. And look at the servants around them. They look tired. Servants always look tired. What should we do?

    Stromtrooper #1: Salute them! No, just ignore them. They get enough attention from their tired looking servants.

    Stromtrooper #2: Royalty. So spoiled. And yet, they always seem to be crying about something.

    Stromtrooper #1: Bizarre culture.

    Stromtrooper #2: Hey, I just received a probe droid transmission reporting a lot of activity around the shuttle to Endor. Do you have anything to report?

    Stromtrooper #1: Sector 2 checks out. But I have a question.

    Stromtrooper #2: What is it?

    Stromtrooper #1: Is this the way all humans dress?

    Stromtrooper #2: I think it’s some sort of ceremonial costume. I believe this time of their year is a ritual called va-cation.

    Stromtrooper #1: Va-cation? I’m sure glad we don’t have that. I’d hate to dress that way.

    Stromtrooper #2: I agree. Frightening.

    Stromtrooper #1: Hey, did you hear about TK-429?

    Stromtrooper #2: What about him?

    Stromtrooper #1: He got a cushy new gig on the death star.

    Stromtrooper #2: Really? Lucky guy. Why can’t I be so lucky? Instead, I’m stuck here watching people like HIM.

    Stromtrooper #1: That’ll teach you to call the Emperor Mr. Prune Face during a board meeting.

    Stromtrooper #2: I was trying to lighten the mood. There’s a reason they call them BOARD meetings!

    Stromtrooper #1: Tell me about it. That sith can talk! What are you looking at? Move along, MOVE along.

    Stromtrooper #2: Hey, I know understand why Jawa’s wear those robes and hoods.

    Stromtrooper #1: Why do you say that?

    Stromtrooper #2: Well, look down, at there at those filthy little Jawa creatures. They’re frightening.

    Stromtrooper #1: I believe those are human children.

    Stromtrooper #2: Really? Nevermind.

    [Music Starts - Star Wars Main Title]

    Stromtrooper #1: What is that?

    Stromtrooper #2: I don’t know, but it sounds familiar.

    Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. Welcome to Star Wars Weekends at Disney’s Hollywood Studios! Feel the force all weekend long as Disney’s Hollywood Studios, along with special Star Wars Weekend’s host Jay Laga’aia, celebrate the greatest saga ever told. Encounter all your favorite Star Wars characters, meet Star Wars celebrities, and participate in one of a kind Star Wars Weekends events that can’t be experienced anywhere else in the galaxy. May the force be with you.

    Stromtrooper #2: Wow, that sounds great. I wanna go.

    Stromtrooper #1: Well you can’t.

    Stromtrooper #2: Why not?

    Stromtrooper #1: Because we have to stay at our posts and keep rebel scum like HIM out.

    Stromtrooper #2: Thanks a lot pal. I’ll catch up with you later, on the inside.

    Stormtrooper #1: I wouldn’t worry. He’s a bad shot.

    Stromtrooper #2: Sector 2, what do you call this species?

    Stromtrooper #1: They’re humans.

    Stromtrooper #2: Humans? Are you sure?

    Stromtrooper #1: That’s what the commander called them, humans and tourists.

    Stromtrooper #2: Which one is which, they all look similar.

    Stromtrooper #1: I believe the tourists are the ones with the more unusual clothing.

    Stromtrooper #2: I still can’t tell them apart.

    Stromtrooper #1: Hey.

    Stromtrooper #2: Yeah.

    Stromtrooper #1: Why do they keep putting those small devices up to their faces?

    Stromtrooper #2: It must be some sort of ritual. Most of them are doing it.

    Stromtrooper #1: You’re right.

    Stromtrooper #2: Or maybe it’s a greeting. Do it back to them.

    Stromtrooper #1: Bizarre species.

    Stromtrooper #2: Definitely.

    Stromtrooper #1: Hey, any suspicious behavior in your sector?

    Stromtrooper #2: They all look suspicious to me, especially THAT guy. Should I blast him?

    Stromtrooper #1: No, then we’d have to clean it up. His kind makes a mess when their blasted.

    Stromtrooper #2: You’re right. I’ll try and ignore him, but it’s not going to be easy.

    Stromtrooper #1: Look at all of them down there.

    Stromtrooper #2: What about them?

    Stromtrooper #1: I can’t figure them out.

    Stromtrooper #2: What’s there to figure out?

    Stromtrooper #1: Their chain of command.

    Stromtrooper #2: That’s easy. The men carry the luggage, the females navigate, and the children tell the adults what to do.

    Stromtrooper #1: Yes, the tiny ones do seem to be the dominate ones.

    Stromtrooper #2: Strange species.

    Stromtrooper #1: Definitely.

    Stromtrooper #2: Sector 2 be on alert. I just received a transmission that a Jedi may be attempting to enter this way. The century droid reported he was wearing a disguise.

    Stromtrooper #1: Disguise? YOU, let me see you’re identification.

    Stromtrooper #2: We don’t need to see his identification.

    Stromtrooper #1: What?

    Stromtrooper #2: These aren’t the droids we’re looking for.

    Stromtrooper #1: Droids? What are you talking about? Wait! He’s doing that Jedi mind trick on you. Look away!

    Stromtrooper #2: You can go about your business.

    Stromtrooper #1: I said look away!

    Stromtrooper #2: Move along, move along.

    Stromtrooper #1: Wait until I tell the rest of the squadren that you were influenced by the Jedi mind trick. You won’t be able to show your helmet anywhere.

    Stromtrooper #2: Did you say something?

    Stromtrooper #1: No, it was her!

    Stromtrooper #2: I got my eye on you lady. That’s a whole lot of trouble right there.
     
  2. Horizons

    Horizons Playlist Author

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    [Continued]

    Echo Lake/Commissary Lane/Wicket's Warehouse

    Loop runs 19:49.

    This loop can be heard in place of the normal Echo Lake and Commissary Lane BGMs, as well as in Wicket's Warehouse.

    01 - Cantina Band #2 (A New Hope)
    02 - Yoda's Theme (The Empire Strikes Back) [~0:57 - 2:04]
    03 - Lando's Palace - (The Empire Strikes Back) [~0:00 - 0:54]
    04 - Augie's Great Municipal Band/End Credits - The Phantom Menace [~0:00 - 2:16]
    05 - The Flag Parade - (The Corellian Edition) (The Phantom Menace)
    06 - Cantina Band (A New Hope) [Fades out around 2:37]
    07 - The Moisture Farm (A New Hope) [~0:12 - 1:49]
    08 - Victory Celebration/End Titles (Return of the Jedi) [~0:00 - 2:23 (End Titles removed)]
    09 - Parade of the Ewoks - John Williams Conducts John Williams: The Star Wars Trilogy (Return of the Jedi) [~0:36 - End]

    Chewbacca/Ewok Meet & Greet

    Loop runs 23:27

    Most of the music in this loop fades in and out. I'm not sure why the need for the Mickey Hart tracks, given the vast amount of other Star Wars score music that is available.

    01 - Parade of the Ewoks (Return of the Jedi)
    02 - Brainstorm - Mickey Hart - At the Edge [Only ~3:32 is used]
    03 - Ewok Celebration - I'm not sure if this version was officially released, as it includes SFX which is not included in the two versions released on the Star Wars Trilogy: The Original Soundtrack Anthology set. However, I have a bootleg copy of the complete Return of the Jedi score which includes the correct version.
    04 - Evening Samba - Mickey Hart - Planet Drum
    05 - Victory Celebration (Return of the Jedi) [The End Title portion is excluded]
    06 - Udo Chant - Mickey Hart - Planet Drum [Fades in around 0:11]
    07 - Brother and Sister/Father and Son/The Fleet Enters Hyperspace/Heroic Ewok [9:18 - End]
    08 - Ewok Celebration - See #3
    09 - The Dancing Sorcerer - Mickey Hart - Planet Drum
    10 - Ewok Feast/Part of the Tribe (Return of the Jedi)

    Theed Power Generator Complex - Darth Maul Meet & Greet

    Loop runs: [48:58]

    01 - Duel of the Fates - The Phantom Menace
    02 - Main Title/Rebel Blockade Runner (A New Hope) [~1:31 - 1:56]
    03 - Imperial Attack (A New Hope) [~0:58 - 1:05 and ~2:07 - 4:48 removed]
    04 - Shootout in the Cell Bay/Dianoga (A New Hope) [0:00 - 0:32 (repeated) then ~0:56 - 2:07]
    05 - The Tractor Beam/Chasm Crossfire (A New Hope) [~2:36 - 3:08 and ~4:42 - 5:08]
    06 - The Death Star/The Stormtroopers (A New Hope) [0:00 - 1:29]
    07 - Wookiee Prisoner/Detention Block Ambush (A New Hope) [~0:13 - 1:22 and ~1:33 - 2:01]
    08 - The Millenium Falcon-Imperial Cruiser Pursuit (A New Hope) [~1:50 - End]
    09 - The Trash Compactor (A New Hope)
    10 - Shootout in the Cell Bay/Dianoga (A New Hope) [~2:15 - End]
    11 - Main Title/The Imperial Probe - The Empire Strikes Back: Symphonic Suite From The Original Motion Picture Score [~1:33 - 3:03]
    12 - The Magic Tree - The Empire Strikes Back: Symphonic Suite From The Original Motion Picture Score [~0:03 - End]
    13 - Duel of the Fates - The Phantom Menace
    14 - Main Title/Approaching the Death Star/Tatooine Rendezvous (Return of the Jedi) [~7:46 - End]
    15 - The Droids Are Captured (Return of the Jedi)
    16 - Bounty for a Wookiee (Return of the Jedi) [~0:49 - 1:51 removed]
    17 - Han Solo Returns (Return of the Jedi) [0.00 - 2:19]
    18 - Luke Confronts Jabba/Den of the Rancor/Sarlacc Sentence (Return of the Jedi) [~5:02 - 6:38 removed]
    19 - The Emperor Arrives/The Death of Yoda/Obi-Wan's Revelation (Return of the Jedi) [~1:05 - 2:04]
    20 - Shuttle Tydirium Approaches Endor (Return of the Jedi) [~0:34 - 1:09]
    21 - Emperor's Throne Room (Return of the Jedi) [~2:23 - End]
    22 - The Battle of Endor (Return of the Jedi) [0.00 - 2:45]

    Coruscant Medical Chamber - Darth Vadar Meet & Greet

    [To Follow]

    Jedi Council Meet & Greet

    [To Follow]

    Tatooine Meet & Greet

    Loop runs [xx:xx]

    01 - Zam the Assassin and The Chase Through Coruscant - Attack of the Clones [~0:39 - 10:16 and ~10:20 - 10:59]
    02 - Jango's Escape - Attack of the Clones [0:00 - 3:40]
    03 - Bounty Hunter's Pursuit - Attack of the Clones [0:00 - 3:13]
    04 - Carbon Freeze-Darth Vader's Trap-Departure of Boba Fett (The Empire Strikes Back) [~0:57 - 1:10/~1:18 - 6:04/~6:51 - 7:11/~7:14 - 11:40]
    05 - Betrayal at Bespin (The Empire Strikes Back) [~1:40 - 2:17 and ~3:24 - 3:36]
    06 - Love Pledge and The Arena - Attack of the Clones [~2:37 - 8:16]
    07 - Deal With the Dark Lord (The Empire Strikes Back) [~0:37 - 0:50 and ~1:01 - 2:24]
    08 - Star Wars Main Title and Ambush on Coruscant - Attack of the Clones [~1:39 - End]

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  3. disneyphenom

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    It's interesting to see what songs they selected for each location -- guessing the Tatooine Meet and Greet actually had bounty hunters, considering the tracks are Zam, Jango or Boba Fett related.

    Wish the "to follow" lists were completed.
     

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