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3 hours ago, pianoman said:

I know it’ll never return, but I still miss the I-Street playlist from the Paramount era. Nothing they play now would ever come close to that. I just felt like all those movie themes went very well with the fountains.


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I miss the "international" music on International Street from the 70's and 80's.  Polka, classical and what we called "Paris music."  Kings Dominion IS soundtrack on Spotify is as close to what I remember as it can get for me.

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On 8/11/2020 at 10:09 PM, BeeastFarmer said:

I miss the "international" music on International Street from the 70's and 80's.  Polka, classical and what we called "Paris music."  Kings Dominion IS soundtrack on Spotify is as close to what I remember as it can get for me.

Oktoberfest definitely needs polka style music instead of being on the Coney soundtrack 

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On 8/3/2020 at 4:23 PM, KIghostguy said:

I really don’t like it at all. Last year’s loop was so much better. It was way more grandiose! It was so nice to hear those great movie scores and classical pieces playing all day while I worked at Emporium. The new one feels a lot cheaper, like something you’d hear in a “fancy” WalMart. I was up at Cedar Point a few weeks ago and when they started playing The Cowboys Overture in FrontierTown, it was very moving. That’s the one I miss hearing the most while I work. John Williams will always be superior over covers of Sia!

Thank you. I couldn't agree with this more. It's cheasy and terrible. Why did they change this? Is it some kind of licensing thing? Was waaaaaay better before.

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On August 14, 2020 at 4:40 PM, KIghostguy said:

And Coney Mall needs the ragtime music back as well.

I agree. Coney Mall is the throwback area of the park. It should feel like you've been transported to an amusement park from a different area. If not ragtime music, then there should at least be a well-balanced playlist with classic songs from the 50s, 60s, and 70s. 

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