Disneyland Park CD?
I don't know if this is the right place to post this question, but I was wondering if any of you could recommend a good Disneyland Park CD? I am looking for one that has the soundtracks to the rides, Pirates of the Carribean, Splash Mountain, Small World etc. Are there any really good CD's that they are selling inside the parks that I can order from the merchandise Dept.? We have been unable to make our regular park trips this year and we are really missing DL so we want a cd that we can enjoy untill we can make it for a visit to the parks.
Thanks so much
07-10-2007 10:53 PM
I would try to purchase the 50th Disneyland Box set of CD's. It has all the music from the past 50 years on it w/ like 9 discs and is a great collection!
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Yes, this is a great set. To clarify, there are 6 CD's in this collection along with a hardcover book and a vinyl record (gold or black depending on the edition - gold being a part of the limited 5000 edition)
Originally Posted by Micki0624
Wow..I'm not the OP but I want this. Found one on ebay for $145. Ouch, but I bet it's worth it.
Sara, hoping to plan a trip next year for her 40th with DH and kids....
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There is one that I bought at Best Buy for $14.95, it's the 50th Celebration CD. It has Walt's opening speech, as weel as songs from each land (Main Street has the Quartet and ragtime music, Adventureland has Tiki Room, Indiana Jones and Tarzan soundtracks). I got the last one at my Bets Buy store, but I know that it's still available online. On the cover it has a collage of all the castles from the different resorts.
I love it! We leave next Friday and it makes me anxious to go! We listen to it whenever we get homesick!
You can get the Musical History of Disneyland 6-CD set on Amazon for $99.98 - just do a search for "Musical History Disneyland" and it'll come up. You'll even get free shipping. This is the best CD set out there in my opinion and has longer versions of the ride-throughs.
I remember reading somewhere you could get the set without the book at some of the warehouse-type stores but I don't know if that's still an option.
There's also the 2-Disc Disneyland Official album which is good with shorter clips of the rides.
Good luck! Music from the parks is awesome, but watch out 'cause it'll just make you want to go all the more