WDW Park CDs currently for sale?


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Does anyone have a list of the park CDs currently for sale at WDW? I am going to WDW in April and want to get my wish list. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Wishes: A Magical Gathering Of Disney Dreams
Festival Of The Lion King
Candlelight Processional
The Official Album Of The Disneyland Resort
The Official Album Of The Walt Disney World Resort
Illuminations/Tapestry Of Dreams
Magic In The Streets Parade Music
Animal Kingdom Soundtrack
American Vybe
Haunted Mansion
Pirates Of The Caribbrean

These titles were all available at Mouse Gear in Epcot as of last week. There are also usually always cd's available for Off Kilter at the Canadian Pavillion and Voices Of Liberty in the gift shop in the American Pavillion. Then of course there is the Wonderland kiosk at the Main Street Cinema on Main Street which has some classic Disney albums on CD on Demand. I will be at the Magic Kingdom today and if I see anything new or that I may have forgotten, I will post it later tonight or tomorrow


Other than the ones I listed, the only other theme park CD I saw today was a few copies of the "Holiday Wishes" CD at the gift shop at the exit of Mickey's Philharmagic in Fantasyland.

David S.

Also, if you haven't gotten around to getting the Musical History Of Disneyland boxed set, it's still available. I saw it at the World Of Disney Store and the Virgin Megastore at Downtown Disney.

The Once Upon A Toy store at Downtown Disney also has the Wonderland system as well, so if you don't get a chance to pick up any in the MK, they are usually open later.

I also saw CDs by some of the other World Showcase groups in their respective pavillions, such as Mariachi Cobre has a bunch of CDs available at one of the carts in the indoor portion of the Mexico pavilion.

Lastly, although not specifically park related, if anyone hasn't gotten around to picking up any or all of the 5 (now discontinued) volumes of the Classic Disney compilation series, Virgin Megastore has TONS of them, boxed as a set, for a very reasonable price of around 30 bucks or so.



I think Disney could make a lot of money selling an album of the bkg music played at and around teh Tower of Terror. Its such a great mood setter and every time I?m there I hear at least one person ask if they sell the music.