The Seas with Nemo is far worse than Figment. People just hate the new Figment in comparison to the original.
We had the original souvenir album (pre-CD era), and it wasn't included. I don't think the Horizons song made the cut either.
We bought the album on our trip in 1984. Like all the Disney World souvenir albums, we played it non-stop until the vinyl grooves were scratched almost bare, and it has thus formed a permanent ear worm in my brain (for the same bizarre reason, to this day, I can still recite virtually the entire original Hall of Presidents spiel by memory). I don't remember the order of the tracks, but the album contained the Entrance Theme, The Computer Song, Energy You Make the World Go Round, The Universe of Energy, Listen to the Land, Veggie Fruit, Imagination, Making Memories, Magic Journeys, Canada (You're a Lifetime Journey), It's Fun to be Free and Golden Dream.Possibly since it came out before either was there? Tomorrow's Child wasn't added until the Walter Cronkite version in 1986 (?) and Horizons didn't open until 1983, so maybe it was the original album prior to 1983?
I always like Living with the land and Space Ship Earth. Living in the Land was a great attraction back in the early 1990s when I was a teenager. My parents had a garden back when I was growing up plants and and having an attraction that shows plants being grown interested me.yea, unfortunately I feel like Epcot does not have a list of good quality rides especially compared to other parks in the world. It's definitely a more ambiance park.
Living with the Land. Boring ride through that reminds me of being back in elementary school having an environmental lesson crammed down my throat.
Theres lots of other posts in the ...this vs that threads that posters are making their decisions based on their likes and not just quality. IMHO the quality of it does fall below some of the other choices. So I stand with my vote.Empirically though, it is a ride that does what it sets out to do very well. The question was "quality" wise, not what your least favorite is.