FUUUUUUCK !!!!! That was the most amazing attraction I did today !! The soundtracks by Aerosmith are really sooo… I haven’t got any word to describe this… Just great !
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Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster also exists in Disneyland Paris’ Walt Disney Studios Park, named “Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster avec Aerosmith”.
Although the track layout is identical to its Orlando counterpart, the theme of the ride differs—instead of guests being taken on the Los Angeles freeways, the Paris version is based around an Aerosmith music video. Lighting rigs, projectors, strobes, and smoke effects are used in place of the road signs that exist in the U.S. version. The name of the record company is Tour de Force (instead of “G-Force”) Records, and the vehicles in Paris are called “Soundtrackers” instead of limousines.
The story of the Paris version is that Aerosmith, working with engineers, have created a revolutionary new music experience at the Tour De Force Records studios. After watching the pre-show which features Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler hyping up the ride, guests are lured into the testing area where they board the prototype vehicle for the new experience, the Soundtracker.
A unique aspect of the Walt Disney Studios version is that each Soundtracker has its own theme. There are five different lightshows and five different soundtracks, one for each Soundtracker. The themes are as follows:
Soundtracker 1: green/yellow lightshow theme; plays “Back In The Saddle” and “Dude Looks Like A Lady”.
Soundtracker 2: pink lightshow theme; plays “Young Lust”, “F.I.N.E.” and “Love In An Elevator”.
Soundtracker 3: multicolour lightshow theme; plays “Love In An Elevator” and “Walk This Way”.
Soundtracker 4: red/yellow lightshow theme; plays “Nine Lives”.
Soundtracker 5: blue lightshow theme; plays “Sweet Emotion (live)”.