Disney Parks Music Album To Be Released August 20

Disney Parks Music Albums

For years, fans have wanted to be able to legitimately bring home the music of the attractions at the Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World. Whether you want to have a pirate sing-a-long on the way to the parks or pretend your favorite love seat is a Doom Buggy in the Haunted Mansion, Disney is finally releasing the official soundtrack to the theme parks.

Broken down into 2 albums, one for each American park, this collection will bring fans almost 80 tracks of music and sound effects that will be sure to light the nostalgia fire in people of all ages.

The albums will be released on August 20, 2013 and will be available at the Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World. If you’re not within driving distance of either park, Disney’s got you covered. They will also be releasing the album digitally through Disney Music.

Read on to see a track listing for the new albums. Which song are you looking forward to most? Continue reading

“World of Color: Winter Dreams” Announced

World of Color Winter Dreams

Fans of the World of Color show at Disney’s California Adventure park in Anaheim California have a new reason to rejoice!

This week, Steve Davison, Disney Imagineer who was a key player in the original World of Color show, has formally announced the park’s plan to ring in the holiday season with a special World of Color show titled: Winter Dreams.

The show will include classic Winter scenes from popular Disney movies as well as new clips from the upcoming Disney animate film, Frozen. Fans can also expect new music and color schemes to help you get in the Holiday spirit.

Here is Disney’s official video announcement of the upcoming show. I can’t wait to see it and I’m sure you are all just as excited as me.

“Winter Dreams” is set to make its debut on November 15, 2013.

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Ratatouille Ride At Disneyland Paris Confirmed


For years there were rumors floating around that there was going to be an expansion to Toon Studio at Disneyland Paris which would include a new ride based on the Pixar film, Ratatouille.

Last March, Disneyland Paris officially announced a ride based on Ratatouille called Ratatouille Kitchen Calamity which parallels the same type of rider experience as Toy Story Mania. Not much has been officially said about the attraction other than the fact that the budget will be between $120 million – $150 million and will be one of the parks largest structures to date.

There are rumors that the ride will use LPS (trackless ride technology) shaped as rats. Aside from the cost and technology being used, the attraction is still in early development and we will bring you more news as it happens.

Ratatouille Kitchen Calamity is expected to debut in 2014.

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