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Post by Leigh » Nov Wed 21, 2007 9:34 am

I adore the music and jeremy irons narration from Spaceship Earth. The ride puts me in an entirely different mental place , the future, hope, history -- things I don't really think about when I am out in the real world-- I was really sorry it was closed when I was there in October.

I also love all the Epcot entrance music-- thank you to the people with all the points who play it!!!

Oh and Tomorrow Land Transit Authority transports me back!

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Post by bookmosaic » Nov Sun 25, 2007 2:18 pm

I must change my favorite from Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse to the Matterhorn. I now look for that first. Love the Alpine yodeler.

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Post by emcduck » Nov Wed 28, 2007 3:02 pm

Can I vote for Sub's station in it's entirety? Really? I can connect the sounds with something, and honestly, I doubt that I could finish a work day without that boost that the sounds give me.
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Post by bowler836 » Nov Thu 29, 2007 1:58 pm

spaceship earth with walter cronkite is my favorite, along with with the hall of presidents. just can't get enough of them

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Post by spaulo » Nov Thu 29, 2007 2:45 pm

Oooh, agreed, love the HoP. Maya Angelou could read the phone book and I'd be riveted.
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Post by cap396 » Dec Sat 22, 2007 9:51 am

The Main Street Electrical Parade. It doesn't matter which version. I love the Baroque Hoedown tune.

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Post by subsonic » Dec Sun 23, 2007 1:38 am

cap396 wrote:The Main Street Electrical Parade. It doesn't matter which version. I love the Baroque Hoedown tune.
Have you heard this version?
They might be giants - baroque hoedown (electrical parade cover)

It's one of the few non-Disney (played in the parks) tracks I have allowed. That's because I like it!
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Post by sgrfunk » Dec Sun 23, 2007 10:00 pm

Soarin over California with the sound effects...takes me back to Florida when I rode that one twice and it never gets old.

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Post by js3901 » Dec Sun 23, 2007 11:14 pm

sgrfunk wrote:takes me back to Florida when I rode that one twice and it never gets old.
only twice? we were there in December 2006 and rode it at least 5 times, if not more. I forget exactly how many times...
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Post by TheCheshireStitch » Dec Thu 27, 2007 2:07 pm

if i think too long about this, i'll be posting all day lol

but for now i'll just name a couple: any of the polynesian resort tracks, and any of the original "one little spark" tracks (even in the loops).
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Post by cap396 » Dec Fri 28, 2007 10:38 am

Have you heard this version?
They might be giants - baroque hoedown (electrical parade cover)

It's one of the few non-Disney (played in the parks) tracks I have allowed. That's because I like it!


Yes. I like that one too. It is indeed different from the Disney versions, but the overall tune is the same. Thanks for the recommendation.

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Post by Romain » Jan Fri 11, 2008 5:35 am

One of my favorite is "Disneyland - New Orleans Square - yo ho - grim grinning ghosts piano medley", I wish playing piano like this :)
I like also all parades and fireworks musics (MSEP, Fantillusion, Wishes, Fantasia in the sky)...

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Post by HelenParr » Jan Fri 11, 2008 2:49 pm

I love all the parades. BUt my favorites are any Epcot area music. Feels like being there.

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Post by TheCheshireStitch » Jan Fri 11, 2008 3:12 pm

oh! i totally know what you mean, "mrs. incredible" lol ;)

the epcot music really does stand out and leaves a memory in your head. personally, i think it does maybe moreso than other parks because there are so many peaceful, not as crowded, parts of the park where the music can be clearly heard while relaxing.
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Post by Nicc513 » Jan Tue 15, 2008 1:35 pm

Anything "World of Motion" related - especially the ride through. I can still see the caveman blowing on his red-hot feet, the donkey who didn't want to move, and the guy popping up out of the manhole cover in the "horseless carriage accident" part.

I love Test Track and all, but I really miss "WoM"
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