My receipt reads:It is listed as: Four Parks Official. The SKU number is 128 246 48
I've waited 14 to 21 days on average with Disneyland DelivEARS and Walt Disney World Mail Order (before moving a couple of miles away from WDW).5-10 days shipping
No, these are park exclusive CD's. The Disney Stores never carry park CD's, unless it's a national release (like the single disc album from DL's 50th). The only store that might carry the WDW one would be the NYC World of Disney store, and even then, it's not a given...since I've never even seen the 2006 OA sold there. They did have other WDW park CD's, but getting an OA there is pretty fruitless...Anyone know if the Disney Stores in the malls will carry it???
I have listened to the track 3-4 times and it is still "forgettable" as far as I am concerned. Well, except for the jarring Renaissance radio station that comes on at 4:57 and continues to assault me with "hallelujahs" until 5:57 when Ian Anderson's funky flute solo kicks in.I have read some negative comments about the new Spaceship Earth score and I am interested to see if people are more inclined to like it after hearing the isolated score.
To humor you, of course!Pigs, I'm honored you've taken my "humor color codes" to heart.
Yesterday afternoon World of Disney had 3 or 4 copies scattered amongst the normal "CD hiding place" (an inch off the damned floor - how do they expect adults to stoop down that far?!), and another 20 copies on an end cap close to where all the candy, cookies, and housewares are sold. I returned just before closing at 11:00 p.m. and there were still 6 to 8 copies left on the end cap....not released to stores yet.
I think Disneyland DelivEARS charged me $10 to ship a single CD the last time I placed an order. And then it took 3 weeks before it showed up. The eBay route may end up costing a few dollars more, but it's certainly much faster.They did say I could backorder it
Nope. It happens all the time. Sometimes new items are on the shelves a few days early and other times they end up being a week or two late. I have seen a pin show up on an obscure cart somewhere and then not hit Disney's Pin Traders or the other main pin selling locations for several more days. You gets what you gets.Did they maybe jump the gun putting it on shelves over there?
A question for Randy: Wouldn't it have made more sense to call this one The Haunted Mansion Medley, like was done for Splash Mountain, since this track features Foyer Music, the Ghost Host, Ballroom Music, Exit Crypt Music, and Little Leota, in addition to the extended Graveyard version of Grim Grinning Ghosts? I have always considered Grim Grinning Ghosts to be the title for the older and ever present Thurl Ravenscroft/Singing Busts track (approx. 1:05).Here is the track listing for Four Parks - One World Walt Disney World Official Album:
09. Grim Grinning Ghosts The Haunted Mansion 5:32
I understand. I am not sure that I would agree with the publishers, though. Multiple Grim Grinning Ghosts tracks may have worked for vinyl and CDs, but it doesn't work very well for today's world of iPods and the like. I would be inclined to call a variation something like Grim Grinning Ghosts (Extended Graveyard Mix).I wanted to make a distinction between the first 1 minute clip on the previous Official Albums, and my new 5+ minute version. I was informed that it must be called "Grim Grinning Ghosts" for that is what it's publishing requires - it IS "Grim Grinning Ghosts". So, there ya go.