"NF2" wrote:You never know, but I would doubt it as unlike Disney, i'm not sure if Alton's customers would be likely to want to buy the music on park. I love it as do most of us on here, but the GP kinda just hear it round the park, acknowledge it, and them probably about 5 minutes later forget what it ever sounded like (obviously excluding ITHOTMK).
"NF2" wrote:I just couldn't see it being profitable for the park, but there again i'm no business guru :lol: If you're looking for a Towers Cd i'd just buy a blank disk and burn them on yourself. It's probably much cheaper than buying a proper CD, and then you can pick and choose what tracks you put on :D
"AT Fan" wrote:I don't see a cd being released anytime soon. Like others have said ,due to the copyright laws. I would love this to happen though but don't see it happening. :)
"Big Dave" wrote:Most of the music that towers use is not owned by Alton Towers. Therefore getting together a group of people to allow Alton Towers to use it on a CD would be hard. Also themedmusic.com did make a CD but most of it was the stuff they did for the tussauds group and most of it was around the time air and colossus was built.
"smeg_head" wrote:I'm not sure how all these posts about problems with copyright have come about.
"Scallywag Spike" wrote:Can anyone inform as to which company Alton use to create the music, or is it an array of companies?
Its not companiess. Its individual composers.
I have been in contact with many composers of music, who have composed music for Alton Towers over the years asking for copies of the music they have composed, however, they all replied saying they need permission from Alton Towers first.
So its less of a case the composers not wanting this music to be accessed by the public and more of a case that Alton Towers don't want it out there.
"Scallywag Spike" wrote:The music we have now? how has this been obtained (obviously don't answer and put yourselves in the firing line)