Bill, I'd love to tell you... but I forgot everything about it the second I was out of there!Bill said:"forgettable at best"
Hmm...what is it at worst?
tirian said:The musical score feels bland.
RWilliams said:there is no audible score traveling with you through the attraction
ptaylor said:The score is forgettable. It's OK, but doesnt stand out like the previous versions, and doesn't seem to flow through the attraction.
t3techcom18 said:The 180top. The music should feel grand, sweeping, a climax unto itself. As a soundtrack lover, how it is now is very underwhelming.
disnyfan89 said:When I think of Epcot's music I always think of Grand and Powerful and Majestic and Inspired. This music was just, nice.
Sherrybaby said:I also agree that the music is just "eh".
CVG777 said:I am longing for the previous version.
aladdin2007 said:As for the music, another big dissapointment in my opinion, was not expecting it like that.
Figment571 said:The current composer is great but I don't think his style fits right with SSE.
Skippy said:whats so disappointing is that I'm a HUGE FAN of Bruce Broughton
Buford said:I don't remember and can't whistle a single thing...
gcurling said:Boo to the new music
Enigma said:But the score, narration, and descent portion of the ride are an absolute joke.
marni1971 said:The music in the Sistine Chapel is so out of place; it sounds like there's a renaisance radio playing on set. It just dosn't match the rest of the score. Speaking of which it is a definate groaner.
sarahwiggles99 said:The soundtrack. Well, not great. Forgettable for sure. My main music taste in life is movie soundtracks and rides and I've probably listened to hundreds so I know what to me is a good music score and not. And this...well not. I really didn't like the transition from the choral type music in the european scene to the factory jolly music. That really just confused me.
RedSoxPirate said:The score is unappealing; I couldn't remember a single bit of it within 2 minutes of leaving, while the previous would remain for days.
PeeplMoovr said:AA's and the computer room were great. Music, descent, and Judy Dench were not.
Gepettotrevor said:The musical score, from a musician's perspective, doesn't fit in as well as I would have liked (either that or I'm so used to the old score and it will just have to grow on me).
redshoesrock said:The music for the attraction was overall quite bland. In many parts the music felt too happy-go-lucky, which gave the feeling of not taking anything too seriously. There is no grand climax at the apex of the sphere as the ride vehicles turn for a view of the distant earth, nor is there any sort of grand finale (as there once was) as you make your descent.
DisneyJunkie said:DISLIKE - The new music. It's completely forgettable and lacks the punch of the previous version.
violadamore87 said:I found the music mediocre at best
mlayton14 said:I have no problem with the narration changes .. but the music? What the heck happened?
Matpez said:...and a musical score that is almost non-existant and soooo forgettable.
Very true. Baskin-Robbins doesn't sell 31 flavors of ice cream for nothing. And I understand record stores actually do sell CDs containing hip hop and rap music.Obviously, it's a subjective matter.