Ever since I found out that Disneyland sells CDs of their attraction music and narrations I can't get enough. Since I can't get to the park as often as I'd like, I listen to DLR Mp3s (made from the CD's I have) to remind me of the magic without dealing with the crowds or destracters that park guests often present.
I was wondering where the best place is to find the music and narrations than the CDs don't contain. I've listened to online radio stations but in doing so I can't keep the Mp3s. Does anyone have any suggestions?
07-30-2002 12:57 AM
Ok... there is one place you can go to download a BUNCH!
Or I could just burn ya a copy of mine!
(I haven't listened to the entire thing yet... so I don't know
of the quality)
Email me and I'll fill you in on the details!
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