What is more painful?

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Which one is more painful?

Horizons themed music.
12
16%
The Land themed music.
12
16%
They are both excrutiating!
6
8%
I have terrible taste in music and love them both!
45
60%
 
Total votes: 75

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Post by Sleeping Beauty 5 » Jun Mon 30, 2008 6:58 pm

I will stand up and say I love them both! They do bring me back to that special place in my mind when I was kid.
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Post by SimonTemplar » Jun Mon 30, 2008 9:56 pm

I will admit I like both of them. I have no problem with the music from The Land, and Horizons is one of my all-time favorite attractions.
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Post by srik » Jul Wed 02, 2008 7:57 am

I really like both of them too. Looks like the poll is pretty solidly with us...

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Post by GreenFairy » Jul Wed 02, 2008 8:07 am

I love the Land music! I think I could listen to that for hours and not get bored of it. :wink:

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Post by Figment of Imagination » Jul Wed 02, 2008 3:10 pm

I hated land music as a kid, it grew on me. plus this pole is so funny, with the total of my vote, the result of the pole read 12% for choice 1,2, &3, leaving 4 with 64% of the vote. I find this funny 'cause I think it sums us all perfectly, we all woundn't be here if we didn't want to hear rare Disney music that the general public would consider horrible.

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Post by horizons1 » Jul Wed 02, 2008 7:30 pm

I used to think the Land was boring but now I think the music is kinda comforting. As for Horizons, my user name says it all.
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Post by Captain Schnemo » Jul Wed 02, 2008 8:48 pm

I make a distinction between the Land's attraction music, which I like and is full of memories, and the muzak in the area which borders on the hilariously crappy.

That said, I still kind of like it. I never noticed the music enough when I was there to make it nostalgic for me now, but it's kind of cool that all the songs reference the Moon or the Sun. Pretty subtle, and went nicely with the mobile...which is gone now, right?

Anyway, I love the Horizons music, particularly the instrumental stuff behind each of the major set pieces. The full-blown version of "Space" is as strong as any classic Disney song.

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Post by Calypso » Jul Thu 03, 2008 7:37 am

I voted for neither, not because they are great music but because the question is too broad. I think there are certain tracks for each that are rather annoying (probably not painful, though).

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Post by jcodirewolf » Jul Thu 03, 2008 7:42 am

Calypso wrote:I voted for neither, not because they are great music but because the question is too broad. I think there are certain tracks for each that are rather annoying (probably not painful, though).
like the christmas music?

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Post by JWG » Jul Thu 03, 2008 12:02 pm

Yea, I gotta say, like 'em both.
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Post by earningmyfins » Jul Sat 12, 2008 7:12 pm

I actually like Listen to the Land. It's grown on me I guess. However Horizons is terrible, I hate getting it stuck in my head.
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Post by SWHorn » Jul Sat 12, 2008 9:38 pm

I picked The Land. It doesn't really bother me overall, but the God-forsaken "Listen to the Land" is enough for me to vote for the whole theme.
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Post by dwellsbct » Jul Mon 14, 2008 10:31 am

I love ALL Disney music that's why I love this website and listen to Disney music all day :mickey:
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Post by Esmeralda » Jul Mon 14, 2008 12:12 pm

Captain Schnemo wrote:I make a distinction between the Land's attraction music, which I like and is full of memories, and the muzak in the area which borders on the hilariously crappy.

That said, I still kind of like it. I never noticed the music enough when I was there to make it nostalgic for me now, but it's kind of cool that all the songs reference the Moon or the Sun. Pretty subtle, and went nicely with the mobile...which is gone now, right?
Cap'n, the mobile is still there, just the wonderful music is gone.

I'm with the majority on this one - both are full of wonderful memories for me.
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Post by agingerbugg » Jul Mon 14, 2008 1:35 pm

Esmeralda wrote:
Captain Schnemo wrote:I make a distinction between the Land's attraction music, which I like and is full of memories, and the muzak in the area which borders on the hilariously crappy.

That said, I still kind of like it. I never noticed the music enough when I was there to make it nostalgic for me now, but it's kind of cool that all the songs reference the Moon or the Sun. Pretty subtle, and went nicely with the mobile...which is gone now, right?
Cap'n, the mobile is still there, just the wonderful music is gone.

I'm with the majority on this one - both are full of wonderful memories for me.
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