Alright, this post is going to sound a little weird, but here it is anyway: I enjoy seeing the rides I don't get here on the west coast, and downloaded someone's video-recorded ride of the Rock N Roller Coaster. I didn't figure it was going to look that good as I've heard the ride is quite rough, but it came out with better quality than I expected.
However, something I noticed is that once the ride took off I couldn't see much of anything. It seemed like the whole thing was Aerosmith music blaring with a white light flashing in everyone's face regularly. As though they simply built a room, put the coaster in, put a strobelight in the dead center and said "There."
Is this really how it is? Does the whole ride simply depend on the motions of the ride matching the soundtrack, or was all the theming on the left and right? Because if what I saw is the ride, then I'd say Space Mountain in Paris definitely had a leg up in on-ride theming as far as these more complicated Disney coasters go.
Again, sorry if that sounds like a dumb question, but I've never seen RnR and was kind of suprised to see an "Okay, that's enough" experience that looked like something out of Six Flags.