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Discussion in 'Muppet Merchandise' started by Phillip, Nov 3, 2011.
It's an iTunes exclusive track.
There is a third Rainbow Connection on the new soundtrack with primarily Kermit singing, however it's exclusive only to people who can purchase it on iTunes. I still need to buy it for myself...
Thanks. Might end up buying the soundtrack and then ask for that version in MUP3 form.
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Obviously we're all coming down with something.
What what? What's this I'm reading about alternate versions of Rainbow Connection?!? Hmm??!!??
So, I was able to get the soundtrack for cheap several weeks ago, but of course I didn't know about these other versions. I wonder if anyone would be so kind as to share with me? I don't have much to trade, just the mainstream stuff, but I could draw you a nice picture of your favorite Muppet or Disney character, "signed" and dedicated by them to whomever you wish!
The soundtrack is great. I've been listening to it so many times, I wonder if I'll get tired of the songs by the time the movie comes to DVD. Nah....
The tracks I skip the most are The Muppet Show Theme, Rainbow Connection (Moopets version), The Whistling Caruso, and Mahna Mahna. I am surprised by how often I choose to listen to Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard on this album (I don't listen to the Sesame Street version in Songs from the Street or watch the Sesame Street version in Old School Vol. 2 very often). I also enjoy listening to We Built This City a lot, though I already liked that song quite a bit.
I've noticed that in the booklet, it has lyrics for some of the songs but leaves out lyrics for songs that weren't written for the Muppets (it even omits lyrics to Mahna Mahna), but then for some reason the booklet also leaves out the lyrics to the Moopets verison of The Rainbow Connection.
I tend to only skip Me and Julio, The Whistling Caruso, Let's Talk About Me, and Mahna Mahna. The rest I've listened to so many times.
On a side note my two year old starts singing life's a happy song every time I put her down to bed or for naps. Its pretty funny.
does anyone have the itunes exclusive i wanna hear it steve whitmire style
i can not get over how great the songs are compared to others......MWOZ god those songs annoyed me
I don't like the fact that Disney only released the songs from the movie. I mean the soundtrack itself was great in the movie! Christopher Beck did a great job delivering the soundtrack, they should've put that on.
Also for the dialouge tracks, they're not needed! I don't really get the point, becuase why are they trying to help people understand the story from the soundtrack? The whole point is so that you should go see the movie!? Instead of all those dialouge tracks should've been the actual soundtrack
You can listen to the sample on iTunes
yea instead of the dialogue
im still hoping they release the movie score
That's what I was talking about, the score was great! I hate soundtracks that only re=lease the songs
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