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Post by billville » Nov Thu 29, 2007 4:18 pm

spaulo wrote:
bowler836 wrote:i can't stand to see anything from splash mountain come on there!!! i am sick to death of hearing it!!!!
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For reals, though? I mean, I can dig being tired of "How Do You Do?" and "Zip-a-dee-doo-dah" but the area music from around Splash Mountain (at either MK or DL) is some of the most vibrant for me. Those tunes seem to bring up thoughts of being at the park better than many others, in my experience. Something about the specific arrangements of otherwise recognizable tunes.
I completely agree with you! That area music always reminds me of being at the park. Whats even funnier is the splash mountain music is my favorite of all the tracks. :mrgreen:
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Post by disneydreamer58 » Nov Fri 30, 2007 8:47 am

(Sorry AKRULZ) Buzz Light Year (Live) all you hear are people talking and the zapping sounds (which drives me batty), doesn't do much for me, I hit my mute button! It just sounds like 'garbeldeegoop' to me. I am not a fan of live versions because of all the background noises...people talking, coughing, kids crying. I mute most of those :roll:
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Post by bowler836 » Nov Fri 30, 2007 12:53 pm

spaulo wrote:
bowler836 wrote:i can't stand to see anything from splash mountain come on there!!! i am sick to death of hearing it!!!!
:shock:

For reals, though? I mean, I can dig being tired of "How Do You Do?" and "Zip-a-dee-doo-dah" but the area music from around Splash Mountain (at either MK or DL) is some of the most vibrant for me. Those tunes seem to bring up thoughts of being at the park better than many others, in my experience. Something about the specific arrangements of otherwise recognizable tunes.
alright, i'll give ya that spaulo. the thing with me on this though is i haven't been to the park down there since the 80's and i can only go by what i have been hearing on here. :)

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Post by jenhen27 » Dec Thu 06, 2007 12:08 pm

Hmmm, I'm going to have to say anything that has to do with the Nightmare Before Christmas and probably resort music. I like listening to subsonic for the park music. I've never stayed in a resort so the resort music just doesn't do it for me.
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Post by Leigh » Dec Thu 06, 2007 2:26 pm

I have to say it, sorry! -- the Randy Newman song "I love LA" -- I just can't stand. It just feels so un-Disney. If I wanted to hear music like that I would listen to the radio.

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Post by danimal3114u » Dec Thu 06, 2007 3:23 pm

Leigh wrote:I have to say it, sorry! -- the Randy Newman song "I love LA" -- I just can't stand. It just feels so un-Disney. If I wanted to hear music like that I would listen to the radio.
I agree, although there are some tracks from Sunshine plaza that will remind of DCA, just because you never hear them anywhere else. For me, "San Fernando Valley" is one of those tracks, and I actually have it favorited.

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Post by spaulo » Dec Fri 07, 2007 3:06 pm

"26 Miles," the one about Santa Catalina. Never heard that song before I went to DCA, so it always reminds me of that.
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Post by sparkyjmg » Dec Sun 23, 2007 12:05 pm

Haunted Mansion clips one after another , and i know i did request it one day bacause i heard it was annoying and they were right the everyday is a holiday parade sorry everyone that had 2 listen to it that day :oops:

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Post by elizabethswann » Dec Mon 24, 2007 3:33 am

Probably the loop music that's almost an hour along especially when I wait for one of my requested tracks to come after it. That and holiday songs/holiday parade music.

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Post by cap396 » Dec Thu 27, 2007 11:50 am

In some ways, I dread seeing the tracks I like the most, because it makes me wish I could be at one of the parks!

Seriously, I think "If You Had Wings" is one of the cheesiest tracks (and rides). Fortunately, I don't see it in the queue too often.

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Post by TheCheshireStitch » Dec Thu 27, 2007 2:04 pm

anything realllllly long (with a few exceptions). most of the time i'm in the mood for music-- not a whole ride-through with obscure sound effects sometimes.

and although i bet most disagree with me, i personally don't like the haunted mansion ride-throughs or sound effects....just kind of creepy to listen to while workin' away on my computer.....but again, that's just me.
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Post by mageloff » Dec Sat 29, 2007 6:03 pm

We've been doing nothing but Christmas music since the 2nd of December. I an glad to be back hearing Disney! I wished that there was enough music of just Disney to do all month, however, enough that we don't get sick of it! :wave:
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Post by DisBeamer » Dec Sun 30, 2007 4:36 am

cap396 wrote:Seriously, I think "If You Had Wings" is one of the cheesiest tracks (and rides). Fortunately, I don't see it in the queue too often.
I think "If You Had Wings" is way up there on the 'driving me crazy' scale. Right along with the full Small World audio (the 20 minute+ one), and anytime I have to hear for more than two minutes about how fun it is to be free. I suspect the thing they have in common is repetition, though Grim Grinning Ghosts doesn't bug me the same way so that's not the only factor. :lol:
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Post by mageloff » Dec Sun 30, 2007 9:38 am

DisBeamer wrote:I think "If You Had Wings" is way up there on the 'driving me crazy' scale. Right along with the full Small World audio (the 20 minute+ one), and anytime I have to hear for more than two minutes about how fun it is to be free. I suspect the thing they have in common is repetition, though Grim Grinning Ghosts doesn't bug me the same way so that's not the only factor. :lol:
I think that anytime we here anything too often it grates on your mind! Even a favorite gets old if you hear it too often. :shock:

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Post by cap396 » Dec Sun 30, 2007 4:15 pm

anything realllllly long


Yeah, it's kind of annoying when you want to request something and there are really long tracks in the queue ahead of your request. When I want to request a long track, I do it really early in the morning when there are no requests in the queue (I start work really early in the morning).

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