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    A Musical History of Disneyland

    All the threads I have seen related to this topic seem to have already been closed. SO I wanted to know what you enjoy the most and dislike about this 6 CD set?

    I personally love America the Beautiful (CircleVision), Battlecry for Freedom, Wally Boags segment in the Golden Horseshoe, all the Haunted Mansion tracks, and all of the Country Bear tracks. What do you like/dislike?

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    Re: A Musical History of Disneyland

    I love HM, POTC, Fantasmic, Believe, Walts Dedication, MSEP, and for some reason, The Rain Rain Rain Came Down Down Down.

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    Re: A Musical History of Disneyland

    I have really enjoyed this set. I got it at Costco last year. My favorite CD is CD #6 with the christmas tracks and MSEP. The only thing I would have liked to have seen on it is the complete narration from the Disneyland Railroad.

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    Re: A Musical History of Disneyland

    I like the Space Mountain tracks, the music from NOS, the ridethroughs of HM and POTC, and the PeopleMover music.

    I don't have disc 4 though.

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    Re: A Musical History of Disneyland

    The things I miss in here is the announcers voice at each of the train stations, and the christmas 'Scarols' that you hear in the que for HMH.
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    Re: A Musical History of Disneyland

    Hmm. What do I dislike? Really nothing. There may be some wicked 50s tracks that I don't listen to because of their absolute datedness (I just don't find them charming...someone else will though) but there is nothing to dislike about the set.

    Maybe just the fact it set me back over $100. Lol.

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    Re: A Musical History of Disneyland

    I only bought the 2-Disc set. It suits me just fine.

    However, after reading this excellent UltimateDisney.com review, I'm tempted to spend the big bucks and buy the whole damn thing.
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    Re: A Musical History of Disneyland

    Quote Originally Posted by OogieBoogie
    The things I miss in here is the announcers voice at each of the train stations, and the christmas 'Scarols' that you hear in the que for HMH.
    You can buy the Haunted Mansion Holiday soundtrack on Amazon. That is what I did and they have most of the scarols if not all of them. They also have the whole ride through track of the ride version with Oogie Boogie in it.

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    Re: A Musical History of Disneyland

    I was really hoping for the Train narration with the Grand Cayon/primevil world. The Train station annoucement track was neat but I want the one they actually play at the park.

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    Re: A Musical History of Disneyland

    Quote Originally Posted by tloolgb
    Hmm. What do I dislike? Really nothing. There may be some wicked 50s tracks that I don't listen to because of their absolute datedness (I just don't find them charming...someone else will though) but there is nothing to dislike about the set.

    Maybe just the fact it set me back over $100. Lol.
    Yeah, I have to agree here... except it only set me back about $75 The other thing is that I don't have a record player, so I can't play the vinyl. I did buy the CD version of Walt Disney Takes You to Disneyland though, so I can still play the audio that way...

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    Re: A Musical History of Disneyland

    i like all but the frontierland section except battle cry for freedom


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    Re: A Musical History of Disneyland

    I love all of the songs. Especially because it only cost me $60 at Sam's Club!

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    Re: A Musical History of Disneyland

    I love it all, but I have to say that the HM and the SMall World Holiday makes me smile!
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