I was wondering that myself. Given that the managers and the resort at home service were originally telling people no, I bet that was the original intention until enough of us complained (or maybe they read these boards?? (oI wonder if someone actually listened to people telling them they were being dumb by limiting it to only parties or if they figured it out on their own or if it was really the plan all along heh. =P
Especially when stuff doesn't get released because they don't think it'll sell enough.
The CD is actually $24.98 at the parks (plus Fl state tax) and given how Disney theme park prices go, I guess they feel justified in the price because the CD is almost full (approx 1h 13minutes). CDs like SpectroMagic, Wishes, Holiday Wishes, Cinderellabration, and Finding Nemo - The Musical which are around 15-35 minutes long are in the $13-$17 range. (Then again, the 2CD Official album is $24.98 so I'm not sure what their thinking is there.)Why, pray tell, is this CD so friggin' expensive? Especially when it seems like they cut corners with the mixes and album art? What is my incentive to drop $34 on this CD?
That is a DVD video entitled Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams.It is gold colored with Jasmine and Sleeping Beauty
The Event CD is music from the Halloween and Pirate & Princess party. The CD cost 24.98 and the sku number is 50087 11136. The CD includes the following:
The Boo to You Halloween Parade [NOT THE FULL PARADE]
Enchanted Adventures Parade
Magic, Music & Mayhem
Halloween Villians Mix and Mingle
Pirate & Princess "Main Street Yo Ho"
Dream Along with Mickey
I was told that the CD was only available at the MK, only sold on party nights, and was not going to be offered through mail order. I say if you are interested in purchasing the CD, you still try and call mail order. The information given to me could be incorrect.
I can confirm that, as of Sunday, November 4, at regular park closing, there was not a single copy of the Magic Kingdom Event Party Music CD to be found anywhere in the Magic Kingdom. I checked every single store, every single register, every single kiosk, and every single cart, including the stroller rental shop on the way out the front entrance. Zero. Zip. Nadda.Last night, October 31, 2007, my friend went to the MK for Mickey's not-so-scary party. He says it wasn't available anywhere, and nobody he talked to seemed to know anything about it. Does anyone have any information on whether it might be sold out?
That's kind of goofy, though, isn't it? Wouldn't they want to sell all that they can and as soon as they can? What do they stand to gain by pulling them?maybe they pulled them now that the parties are over
That would be nice!I do hope it means we get a Christmas one though.
Er, ah, isn't Dream Along With Mickey the show that takes place every single day, multiple times per day, on the Cinderella Castle stage, and simply considered part of the Year of a Million Dreams promotion?Dream along with mickey is the "special pirate and princess" stage show for the pirate and princess parties that's how it fits in.