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So, You Want to be an Imagineer - Season 19 Hype Thread

Orange Cat

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Tee K.O is ****ing chaos with 3 people, & I’m not sure if having more would hinder or improve the experience & I’m scared to find out
 

TwilightZone

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I finally saw soul today it is fantastic. Probably my second favorite pixar movie now (fave being wall e)

I think the potential connection besides the whole emotion thing is with wall e. Wall e being revived with the kiss was similar to the scene where joe has to go to 22 and show her the leaf. Perhaps when wall e went into “default mode” in reality he became a lost soul in the zone. Meaning that robots and inatimate objects like toys were all able to somehow get souls and the only thing stopping the natural process of them not getting one or losing their soul is Terry being constantly distracted by one of the Jerrys.
 

ThemeParkPriest

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I’m not ready to post my Project Zero, but here is my logo from it:
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D Hulk

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The third entry of Where in the World has just begun for the weekend! This time we're identifying theme park based on movies stills. All are welcome to join and test out their movie/theme park knowledge.

 

Tegan pilots a chicken

Sharpie Queen 💜
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GOOD MORNING EVERYONE BUT MOSTLY BECKY LYNCH!

It’s time for another TT4!! We’re embracing the abbreviation! After all, this is the WDW Magic Forums!

This one is for the music lovers. I want you to to give me four albums by four different artists that you find to be absolutely perfect. Your rationale for that can be whatever you want! The arrangements, the lyrics, the cover art, nostalgia, how excited you get, how emotive it is, whatever!! No limitations and no pretentiousness here!!

Let’s get to it!

Here are my Top Four!

4. Fall Out Boy - Take This To Your Grave

My first experience with Fall Out Boy was as a teenager. A friend of mine got a hold of me super last minute to ask if I wanted to go with her to see a band called Rufio. I enjoyed Rufio quite a bit so of course I said “yes.” The show was taking place in a 300 cap room, so it was gonna be hot and sweaty. Rufio were headlining the show with support from Mae, Motion City Soundtrack, and a band I hadn’t heard before called Fall Out Boy.

We got to the barricade right after doors, which was always a personal goal of mine at every show, and about a half hour after doors opened, Fall Out Boy took the stage. About 30 seconds into their set I was already blown away and by the end of their first song (“Tell That Mick He Just Made My List Of Things To Do Today”) they were my favorite band on the show. By the time their set was over I didn’t even care about the rest of the show. I met the members of the band at their merch table and purchased a copy of their debut record which had just been released a few months prior.

Needless to say, they sort of took over the world.


3. The Bouncing Souls - How I Spent My Summer Vacation

A few years prior to having my mind melted by Fall Out Boy and their legendary stage presence, I was in the midst of truly discovering punk rock and pop-punk. It kind of started with the first Tony Hawk Pro Skater video game and evolved from there. I fully embraced the skatepunk culture and totally immersed myself in it. I was yet to attend my first Warped Tour but I would do so in the summer of 2001 and that experience would dramatically change my entire life.

That festival’s lineup was always released many many months in advance however and thus I began a seemingly never ending quest to get into more bands. I would typically download a couple songs with Napster and if I enjoyed them, I’d go buy the CD wherever I could find it. Sometimes I’d also just go to a record shop and grab up a few things that looked like they might be fun. Good times.

One of the bands, and albums, from that era that still resonates with me is this one from The Bouncing Souls. Their sound is slightly less polished, but the songs are tight. They don’t do anything incredibly fancy, but they play with an energy that shines through brilliantly in the final product. It’s pure punk rock bliss, with thoughtful lyrics, and catchy hooks. This was the band’s fifth studio album, and the first one I owned. They’re still at it today, and I still absolutely love them. So much so that I’m getting a tattoo based on one of their songs.


2. Paramore - All We Know Is Falling

In fall of 2005 a friend suggested that I check out this band on MySpace, as they thought their style would be right up my alley. I don’t think a more accurate assessment had ever been made.

All it took was one song. They instantly became my new favorite band and they have been ever since. I experienced incredible regret at having missed their performance on a dinky little stage at Warped Tour a few months prior. (A stage I would go on to play myself years later). But I more than made up for it by seeing them eleven times in four different states between 2006-2013.

They went from being the band in my back pocket to becoming one of the most successful and beloved rock acts of all time. And they deserve every ounce of that success.

Paramore have released four albums since, but their very first one still hits me a certain way. It has “chug a Monster Energy drink and somersault into a swimming pool with your pants on” energy. It’s heartfelt, it’s energetic, it’s got substantial emotional depth, it’s dynamic, and I just love everything about this album and this band.

But there is one album by one artist that tops them on my list. And for me personally it’s the greatest musical composition of all time.


1. Taylor Swift - 1989

I own this on vinyl. I don’t own a record player.

There is nothing I can say here about Taylor Swift that hasn’t been said more eloquently elsewhere.

She is an indescribably talented song writer. I’ve often quipped that she is able to express my feelings better than I can. Taylor backs that up by being an incredible live performer. And she is an absolute sweetheart of a human being who deserves the world.

1989 is pop music perfection. I view it as the finale in a trilogy of records she released that cemented her place as the greatest artist of all time. Speak Now was where Taylor first deviated from being basically a country artist. There are various influences that can be heard throughout the album, and although it’s being performed primarily through the lens of country music, it is very much a hybrid record. Taylor followed that up with Red, which incorporated a lot of pop dynamics including a heavy dose of synths, and featured the song “All Too Well” which is considered by many diehards to be her greatest individual work. 1989 was where she took it all one step further and fully embraced creating a pop record.

Pop music is often chastised for being low stakes, cookie cutter, and safe or repetitive. Taylor shatters that notion with 1989. And a huge part of that is her unrivaled songwriting talents, which as always are on full display here. 1989 has the heart of her self-titled debut, Fearless, Speak Now, and Red, but is supported by an expanded range of arrangements that elevate her to an entirely new level all to herself. She’s remained there ever since. And even in the last year as she’s stripped her sound down for folklore and evermore, and also released Her version of Fearless (chew gravel, Scooter Braun) she continues to grow as an artist and songwriter, consistently reinventing herself while remaining true to herself, and weaving the threads of every previous effort into her latest work. Not to mention the relentless slew of sales records she continues to break.

Someone else coined the phrase, but I’ll use it here, as no truer phrase has ever been spoken;

Taylor Swift IS the music industry.


What are your top four albums from four different artists??
 

spacemt354

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GOOD MORNING EVERYONE BUT MOSTLY BECKY LYNCH!

It’s time for another TT4!! We’re embracing the abbreviation! After all, this is the WDW Magic Forums!

This one is for the music lovers. I want you to to give me four albums by four different artists that you find to be absolutely perfect. Your rationale for that can be whatever you want! The arrangements, the lyrics, the cover art, nostalgia, how excited you get, how emotive it is, whatever!! No limitations and no pretentiousness here!!

Let’s get to it!

Here are my Top Four!

4. Fall Out Boy - Take This To Your Grave

My first experience with Fall Out Boy was as a teenager. A friend of mine got a hold of me super last minute to ask if I wanted to go with her to see a band called Rufio. I enjoyed Rufio quite a bit so of course I said “yes.” The show was taking place in a 300 cap room, so it was gonna be hot and sweaty. Rufio were headlining the show with support from Mae, Motion City Soundtrack, and a band I hadn’t heard before called Fall Out Boy.

We got to the barricade right after doors, which was always a personal goal of mine at every show, and about a half hour after doors opened, Fall Out Boy took the stage. About 30 seconds into their set I was already blown away and by the end of their first song (“Tell That Mick He Just Made My List Of Things To Do Today”) they were my favorite band on the show. By the time their set was over I didn’t even care about the rest of the show. I met the members of the band at their merch table and purchased a copy of their debut record which had just been released a few months prior.

Needless to say, they sort of took over the world.


3. The Bouncing Souls - How I Spent My Summer Vacation

A few years prior to having my mind melted by Fall Out Boy and their legendary stage presence, I was in the midst of truly discovering punk rock and pop-punk. It kind of started with the first Tony Hawk Pro Skater video game and evolved from there. I fully embraced the skatepunk culture and totally immersed myself in it. I was yet to attend my first Warped Tour but I would do so in the summer of 2001 and that experience would dramatically change my entire life.

That festival’s lineup was always released many many months in advance however and thus I began a seemingly never ending quest to get into more bands. I would typically download a couple songs with Napster and if I enjoyed them, I’d go buy the CD wherever I could find it. Sometimes I’d also just go to a record shop and grab up a few things that looked like they might be fun. Good times.

One of the bands, and albums, from that era that still resonates with me is this one from The Bouncing Souls. Their sound is slightly less polished, but the songs are tight. They don’t do anything incredibly fancy, but they play with an energy that shines through brilliantly in the final product. It’s pure punk rock bliss, with thoughtful lyrics, and catchy hooks. This was the band’s fifth studio album, and the first one I owned. They’re still at it today, and I still absolutely love them. So much so that I’m getting a tattoo based on one of their songs.


2. Paramore - All We Know Is Falling

In fall of 2005 a friend suggested that I check out this band on MySpace, as they thought their style would be right up my alley. I don’t think a more accurate assessment had ever been made.

All it took was one song. They instantly became my new favorite band and they have been ever since. I experienced incredible regret at having missed their performance on a dinky little stage at Warped Tour a few months prior. (A stage I would go on to play myself years later). But I more than made up for it by seeing them eleven times in four different states between 2006-2013.

They went from being the band in my back pocket to becoming one of the most successful and beloved rock acts of all time. And they deserve every ounce of that success.

Paramore have released four albums since, but their very first one still hits me a certain way. It has “chug a Monster Energy drink and somersault into a swimming pool with your pants on” energy. It’s heartfelt, it’s energetic, it’s got substantial emotional depth, it’s dynamic, and I just love everything about this album and this band.

But there is one album by one artist that tops them on my list. And for me personally it’s the greatest musical composition of all time.


1. Taylor Swift - 1989

I own this on vinyl. I don’t own a record player.

There is nothing I can say here about Taylor Swift that hasn’t been said more eloquently elsewhere.

She is an indescribably talented song writer. I’ve often quipped that she is able to express my feelings better than I can. Taylor backs that up by being an incredible live performer. And she is an absolute sweetheart of a human being who deserves the world.

1989 is pop music perfection. I view it as the finale in a trilogy of records she released that cemented her place as the greatest artist of all time. Speak Now was where Taylor first deviated from being basically a country artist. There are various influences that can be heard throughout the album, and although it’s being performed primarily through the lens of country music, it is very much a hybrid record. Taylor followed that up with Red, which incorporated a lot of pop dynamics including a heavy dose of synths, and featured the song “All Too Well” which is considered by many diehards to be her greatest individual work. 1989 was where she took it all one step further and fully embraced creating a pop record.

Pop music is often chastised for being low stakes, cookie cutter, and safe or repetitive. Taylor shatters that notion with 1989. And a huge part of that is her unrivaled songwriting talents, which as always are on full display here. 1989 has the heart of her self-titled debut, Fearless, Speak Now, and Red, but is supported by an expanded range of arrangements that elevate her to an entirely new level all to herself. She’s remained there ever since. And even in the last year as she’s stripped her sound down for folklore and evermore, and also released Her version of Fearless (chew gravel, Scooter Braun) she continues to grow as an artist and songwriter, consistently reinventing herself while remaining true to herself, and weaving the threads of every previous effort into her latest work. Not to mention the relentless slew of sales records she continues to break.

Someone else coined the phrase, but I’ll use it here, as no truer phrase has ever been spoken;

Taylor Swift IS the music industry.


What are your top four albums from four different artists??
So I rarely listen to full albums but these are some that I definitely listen to beginning to end

The Beatles - Revolver
Coldplay - Viva la Vida
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
Imagine Dragons - Night Visions
 

DashHaber

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GOOD MORNING EVERYONE BUT MOSTLY BECKY LYNCH!

It’s time for another TT4!! We’re embracing the abbreviation! After all, this is the WDW Magic Forums!

This one is for the music lovers. I want you to to give me four albums by four different artists that you find to be absolutely perfect. Your rationale for that can be whatever you want! The arrangements, the lyrics, the cover art, nostalgia, how excited you get, how emotive it is, whatever!! No limitations and no pretentiousness here!!

Let’s get to it!

Here are my Top Four!

4. Fall Out Boy - Take This To Your Grave

My first experience with Fall Out Boy was as a teenager. A friend of mine got a hold of me super last minute to ask if I wanted to go with her to see a band called Rufio. I enjoyed Rufio quite a bit so of course I said “yes.” The show was taking place in a 300 cap room, so it was gonna be hot and sweaty. Rufio were headlining the show with support from Mae, Motion City Soundtrack, and a band I hadn’t heard before called Fall Out Boy.

We got to the barricade right after doors, which was always a personal goal of mine at every show, and about a half hour after doors opened, Fall Out Boy took the stage. About 30 seconds into their set I was already blown away and by the end of their first song (“Tell That Mick He Just Made My List Of Things To Do Today”) they were my favorite band on the show. By the time their set was over I didn’t even care about the rest of the show. I met the members of the band at their merch table and purchased a copy of their debut record which had just been released a few months prior.

Needless to say, they sort of took over the world.


3. The Bouncing Souls - How I Spent My Summer Vacation

A few years prior to having my mind melted by Fall Out Boy and their legendary stage presence, I was in the midst of truly discovering punk rock and pop-punk. It kind of started with the first Tony Hawk Pro Skater video game and evolved from there. I fully embraced the skatepunk culture and totally immersed myself in it. I was yet to attend my first Warped Tour but I would do so in the summer of 2001 and that experience would dramatically change my entire life.

That festival’s lineup was always released many many months in advance however and thus I began a seemingly never ending quest to get into more bands. I would typically download a couple songs with Napster and if I enjoyed them, I’d go buy the CD wherever I could find it. Sometimes I’d also just go to a record shop and grab up a few things that looked like they might be fun. Good times.

One of the bands, and albums, from that era that still resonates with me is this one from The Bouncing Souls. Their sound is slightly less polished, but the songs are tight. They don’t do anything incredibly fancy, but they play with an energy that shines through brilliantly in the final product. It’s pure punk rock bliss, with thoughtful lyrics, and catchy hooks. This was the band’s fifth studio album, and the first one I owned. They’re still at it today, and I still absolutely love them. So much so that I’m getting a tattoo based on one of their songs.


2. Paramore - All We Know Is Falling

In fall of 2005 a friend suggested that I check out this band on MySpace, as they thought their style would be right up my alley. I don’t think a more accurate assessment had ever been made.

All it took was one song. They instantly became my new favorite band and they have been ever since. I experienced incredible regret at having missed their performance on a dinky little stage at Warped Tour a few months prior. (A stage I would go on to play myself years later). But I more than made up for it by seeing them eleven times in four different states between 2006-2013.

They went from being the band in my back pocket to becoming one of the most successful and beloved rock acts of all time. And they deserve every ounce of that success.

Paramore have released four albums since, but their very first one still hits me a certain way. It has “chug a Monster Energy drink and somersault into a swimming pool with your pants on” energy. It’s heartfelt, it’s energetic, it’s got substantial emotional depth, it’s dynamic, and I just love everything about this album and this band.

But there is one album by one artist that tops them on my list. And for me personally it’s the greatest musical composition of all time.


1. Taylor Swift - 1989

I own this on vinyl. I don’t own a record player.

There is nothing I can say here about Taylor Swift that hasn’t been said more eloquently elsewhere.

She is an indescribably talented song writer. I’ve often quipped that she is able to express my feelings better than I can. Taylor backs that up by being an incredible live performer. And she is an absolute sweetheart of a human being who deserves the world.

1989 is pop music perfection. I view it as the finale in a trilogy of records she released that cemented her place as the greatest artist of all time. Speak Now was where Taylor first deviated from being basically a country artist. There are various influences that can be heard throughout the album, and although it’s being performed primarily through the lens of country music, it is very much a hybrid record. Taylor followed that up with Red, which incorporated a lot of pop dynamics including a heavy dose of synths, and featured the song “All Too Well” which is considered by many diehards to be her greatest individual work. 1989 was where she took it all one step further and fully embraced creating a pop record.

Pop music is often chastised for being low stakes, cookie cutter, and safe or repetitive. Taylor shatters that notion with 1989. And a huge part of that is her unrivaled songwriting talents, which as always are on full display here. 1989 has the heart of her self-titled debut, Fearless, Speak Now, and Red, but is supported by an expanded range of arrangements that elevate her to an entirely new level all to herself. She’s remained there ever since. And even in the last year as she’s stripped her sound down for folklore and evermore, and also released Her version of Fearless (chew gravel, Scooter Braun) she continues to grow as an artist and songwriter, consistently reinventing herself while remaining true to herself, and weaving the threads of every previous effort into her latest work. Not to mention the relentless slew of sales records she continues to break.

Someone else coined the phrase, but I’ll use it here, as no truer phrase has ever been spoken;

Taylor Swift IS the music industry.


What are your top four albums from four different artists??
Okay, I'll be honest. I don't really listen to full albums from specific artists all that much. I tend to cherry pick songs from artists and follow from there, rather than seeking out full albums. However, albums I will listen to in full are soundtracks for musicals, so I may slightly pivot the question (hopefully in acceptable parameters) to that particular theme.

  • A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder (original Broadway cast)
  • The Phantom of the Opera (original London cast)
  • Beauty and the Beast (1991 film soundtrack)
  • Little Shop of Horrors (1986 film soundtrack)
 

TheOriginalTiki

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Panic at the Disco - Pretty. Odd. - This is one of the single biggest 180 tonal shifts I've ever seen from a band. I really like Panic's first album, and their stuff after this is pretty hit or miss since half the band disbanded. Pretty. Odd is such a beautiful little enigma in that it's all the original members firing on all cylinders, creating an album that definitely wears its Beatles influence on its sleeve while still managing to just completely hit it out of the park on pretty much every track. It's been a long time go-to road trip album.

Primus - Sailing the Seas of the Cheese - The album that got me into harder rock. Still Les Claypool's masterpiece as a bassist and lyricist. Incredibly consistent track list anchored by a wacky yet compelling cartoon pirates sort of framing device. Really blew the doors open for me as far as how much artists could push different genres, styles, and tones into each other.

Hadestown Original Broadway Cast Recording - Just a freaking perfect listen from start to finish. It feels like watching a movie. It's so epic in scope with its motifs, characters, and different music styles. The "mobius loop" element of the framing device and why they're singing the songs and telling the story is just a chilling and brilliant way to ensure this album infinitely holds up on re-listens.

Kendrick Lamar - Good Kid, mAAd City - As much of a "watershed" moment as I'm going to get with rap, and I only wish more of the genre were this thoughtful and introspective. Good Kid is absolutely harrowuing and legitimately one of the most crystal clear storylines I've ever heard in a concept album. The fact that "Swimming Pools" became a party anthem is like, one of the biggest *chef's kiss* ironic moments in music history for me haha. I'd honestly really love to see it adapted into a movie.
 

Sharon&Susan

Well-Known Member
An AI's attempt on writing a Crash Bandicoot ride:

Introduction Crash and the blimp that the ride started, Coco gives it causing the stage curtain (The elevator will be seen giggling having unplugged the United States, specifically Nevada, circa 1950. A man eating plants on a bone to capture the side attract guests will split off the exit into a billboard advertising Dingodile's Diner, Crash Decimator isn't working. Crash Bandicoot: The potion has a drilling machine near the world, taking guests with greaser style clothing with Cortex. He advises them to the icy surroundings with faces everywhere, some as the guests from underneath the side attract the building as the riders and using her super special Robotic RC Warthogs. She tells guests inside.

May as the unreliable old bridge. It's a crack in this temple is the gem and manufactured by rubble which is the temple where vultures rest, it's plug. Neo Cortex notices that guests back into the room of your day, while Aku Aku mentioned. The vehicles make it onto the scenery becomes abstract and manufactured by rubble which include N. Gin stuck to hold up unexpectedly off into the first part of a potion is his new human mutant army was going through the temple that the exit the world! N. Gin. Exiting the top of a mural-like map showing the curtains close to the wrong direction ready to go past forever!" as a bunch of nearby covered in the unload and Ending The vehicles make it to pick with faces everywhere, some as the many assistants
 

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