Ep2: Mystery and Music

Jul 1, 2014 | Podcast episode

In this episode: In this episode we dive into the cartoon Gravity Falls and our favorite Disney Soundtracks!

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In this episode we dive into the cartoon Gravity Falls and our favorite Disney Soundtracks! During the podcast Mario mentions an image he found during a web search about the show. Here is the image he was talking about (which is a quick flicker at the end of the Gravity Falls intro).

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We mention the original decoder cards handed out when the Indiana Jones Adventure first opened and I (Heyzen) mistakenly said that at the end it said something about Coke or Pepsi… boy was I wrong! Turns out that it was actually AT&T that sponsored the ride and was involved in advertising/game. Below are some of the cards that were handed out. Although we could tell you what the decoded messages say, we feel that it’s a lot more fun if you put the image on your phone and decode them as you’re in the queue. 🙂

Decoder

Finally, we spoke about several entire scores and soundtracks but we put together a small playlist of the songs that we liked most (or talked about on the podcast) for you to preview courtesy of Spotify.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Ashley

    Oh man! New listener here and I went through almost all the episodes today and I have to say that this was probably my favorite. It started with you guys referencing a great guy/musician, Jack Kennedy, and ended with the fantastic discussion on Scores. Define Dancing and Married Life are the two that give me chills (in the good way) but the Once Upon a Dream Score is a classic.

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    • Heyzen

      Thanks for listening, Ashley! You’re right about the ‘Once upon a dream’ score, it’s great! ‘Married Life’… *sigh* 🙂

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