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    Not enough praise. Thank you all for preserving one the best takeaways we can hold onto from HHN (held in any shape or form)!
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    Yes, we recently just added a playlist on Spotify with most of the music featured in the houses. An update with music from the tribute store should be coming within the next day or two. Here’s a link to our account with all of our playlist. https://open.spotify.com/user/6n7xaeu75lw2zo1gpvt2hffdp?si=w7r67JOjRgOcoGKmbtsRYQ
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    Horror Night Nightmares got your back, Jack. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3TKO10exkIT0wkFxmS4F6Z
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    Here is the lineup of songs from the various mazes from HHN 2020! Seasons Screaming's, Everyone! Universal Monsters II: The Bride of Frankenstein LIVES Maze BGM: Exterior Queue/Entrance: **NO Music was used** Interior: Processional March - Franz Waxman - The Bride of Frankenstein Album **Interior Black Fabric Entryway** The Creation - Franz Waxman - The Bride of Frankenstein Album **Interior Black Fabric Entryway** Female Monster Music/Pastorale/Village Chase - Franz Waxman - The Bride of Frankenstein Album **Interior Black Fabric Entryway** Invisible Ray Suite - Franz Waxman - The Bride of Frankenstein Album **Interior Black Fabric Entryway** When It Happens (Don't Mind Me) - Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts VI: Locusts Albums **Façade** Eraser (Denial Realization) - Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral Album **Operation Room and ALIVE Finale Room** Turn the Gas Up - Steven Price and Basement Jaxx - Attack the Block Original Motion Picture Soundtrack **Blood of a Dracula Bride Room** Anubis - Clinton Shorter - The Expanse Television Series Original Soundtrack **Cages Room** In Two - Nine Inch Nails - Hesitation Marks Album **Coffins Room** Burning Bright (Field on Fire) - Nine Inch Nails - Not the Actual Events Album **Experiments Room** Somewhat Damaged - Nine Inch Nails - The Fragile Album **Monster Reincarnated Room** Revenge of the Tooth Fairy Maze BGM: Exterior: **NO Music was used** Interior: Vampires of Venice - Murray Gold and Ben Foster - Doctor Who-Season Five: Television Series Original Soundtrack **Façade/Secret Passage Room/Hidden Room/Fairy Jubilee Room/Finale Room** Possession - Javier Navarrete - Mirrors Original Motion Picture Soundtrack **Bedroom** Sorcery - James Kaleth - Heroes and Villains Album **Hallway Room** Beetlejuice Maze BGM: Exterior: End Credits - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Interior: Main Titles - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack **Façade** The Fly - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack **Attic Room** In the Model - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack **Model/Graveyard Room** Harlot's Hangout - Danny Elfman - Danny Elfman & Tim Burton: 25th Anniversary Album **Dante's Inferno Room** Day-O (The Banana Boat Song) - Harry Belafonte - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack **Haunted Dinner Room** The Incantation - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack **Bride and Groom Resurrection Hallway** Showtime - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack **Carnival Games Room** Laughs - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack **Carnival Games Room** The Wedding - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack **Wedding Room/Sandworm Finale Room** Jump in the Line (Shake, Shake, Senora) - Harry Belafonte - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack **Finale Room and Exit** Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store BGM: Entrance and Frankenstein's Laboratory Room: **NO Music was used, just sound effects** Jack's Carnival Room: Welcome to the Carnival - Midnight Syndicate - Carnival Arcane Album Canvas Wonderland - Midnight Syndicate - Carnival Arcane Album A Strange Menagerie - Midnight Syndicate - Carnival Arcane Album Agent of Fortune - Midnight Syndicate - Carnival Arcane Album Dr. Atmore's Elixirs of Good Humor and Fortification - Midnight Syndicate - Carnival Arcane Album Arcane Wonders - Midnight Syndicate - Carnival Arcane Album Pulling the Strings - Midnight Syndicate - Carnival Arcane Album Goons and Greasepaint - Midnight Syndicate - Carnival Arcane Album Twisted Labyrinth - Midnight Syndicate - Carnival Arcane Album Lights Out - Midnight Syndicate - Carnival Arcane Album Hallway of Horror Room: Family Secrets - Midnight Syndicate - Halloween Music Collection Album The Lost Room - Midnight Syndicate - The 13th Hour Album Grisly Reminder - Midnight Syndicate - The 13th Hour Album Into the Forest Deep - Midnight Syndicate - The Rage Album Junky Attic Confectionary Room: Lullaby - Midnight Syndicate - The Dead Matter: Cemetery Gates Album Mansion in the Mist - Midnight Syndicate - The 13th Hour Album Footsteps in the Dust - Midnight Syndicate - The 13th Hour Album Haunted Nursery - Midnight Syndicate - Halloween Music Collection Album Beetlejuice's Model Graveyard and Afterworld Room: Main Titles - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack The Fly - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Lydia Discovers - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack In the Model - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Juno's Theme - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Beetle-Snake - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack The Incantation - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Showtime - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Laughs - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack The Wedding - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack End Credits - Danny Elfman - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Harlot's Hangout - Danny Elfman - Danny Elfman & Tim Burton: 25th Anniversary Album Jump in the Line - Harry Belafonte - Beetlejuice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
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    Thank you guys so so much for this and all your hard work!!!! You don't happen to have this album as a downloadable file yet? If not it's totally fine!
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    Thanks for that link! I had not seen a raw track like that before. I very well might be able to piece this together
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    Anyone know the other songs that were used in the Tooth Fairy maze??
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    Bump! Does anyone have anything regarding Brides of Frankenstein's House with the music they used?
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    Unless there is a contractual stipulation for any of the IP, I have no doubt these will be back next year. No way will Universal blow money on a teardown and rebuild just to keep things fresh, nor would I want them to. At this point I don't care if they present these same houses for 2021 and 2022 if it would help them recover from the shutdowns. I wonder more than a little bit if there was a contractual obligation that required them to present Beetlejuice in some way at the event, and the one day house was a way to fulfill it. But the better part of me believes they did it out of appreciation for the fans.
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    The following is my review of HHN 2020......Roblox edition. Before I begin, I need to state that I have zero idea about the technology behind this, so I'm sure I'll be making tons of mistakes. Bear with my noobidity. I really had never heard of this until the virtual meetup in September. I kept seeing something like this in my Twitter timeline: What the hell is this? Turns out it's an online version of HHN. You can walk through a damn close representation of Universal, see HHN shows, go on Universal rides(!), and go through HHN houses. Roblox is a very low resolution real time environment (think Minecraft, but I think it's quite a bit better). People have created thousands of Roblox lands. But from what I understand, Universal actually owns the content for Roblox HHN (someone clarify if I'm wrong). Here's what you can experience at this event: Houses Stranger Things Ghostbusters Killer Klowns Slaughter Sinema Graveyard Madness (yes, it's Graveyard Games) Giggles & Gore Sometimes a bonus house - last weekend they had a supposedly one-weekend-only Jack Presents: Monsters & Mayhem Scarezones Anarch-Cade Rob Zombie Cyberscream Foresaken Bayou Vamp 85: New Years Eve Shows Jack's Nightmare in the Sky (think Marathon of Mayhem) Ball Drop 1985 Junkyard Rave Potion Sacrifice Rides Rip Ride Rockit Hulk Dr Doom Fearfall Mummy Fast & Furious The Walking Dead attraction There may be others; I forget What the experience is like: The park is kinda laid out like Orlando and a bit like Hollywood, too. After all, they have The Walking Dead Attraction. The entrance really looks more like Hollywood. There are things that don't exist in either park as we know them - like "Cyberland" that I guess is supposed to be like SuperHero Island without the IP. Or the Hill Valley courthouse in the middle of the park. But none of that really matters for HHN. There is not a IOA and USO; it's just one big park. There are definitely pieces missing; it is not meant to be a carbon copy of the park. Keep in mind you can visit the park outside of HHN and it will be daytime and minus the Halloween decor. Visiting the park outside HHN is FREE. But there are lines for the rides (more on that later). You do see other people walking around the park. These are customers just like you. They go through the houses and ride the rides just like you. They can block your view but you can pass through them like a ghost. The place can be packed or it can be a ghost town. Roblox HHN is only open on the dates and times that HHN 2020 would have been open. It's not a 24/7 thing. You need to buy a ticket to get in and there are lines. The lines serve to slow you down. Even if there is no one in line, you need to navigate the loooong queue. But of course you can buy an Express pass... There is a separate entrance for EP and it walks you through the short queue; no need to navigate. The cost is not bad at all, especially for what you get: 1 night Ticket = 10 Robux 1 night Ticket+Express Pass = 100 Robux Season pass+Express = 400 Robux 400 Robux is $4.99 So for just $5 you can attend every night and not experience have any lines. C'mon, Man! You can't get a better deal than that. Then again a single night ticket is, what, TEN CENTS?!? The thing is the fewest number of Robux you can buy is 400, so you might as well just buy the Season Pass+Express. For daytime, they have a similar price structure - for Express Pass. Admission is free. Houses You will definitely recognize most of these from your live walkthrus. In many cases they were so accurate that I automatically knew which way I had to turn to continue. Interesting story: I walked through Jack Presents with my daughter. It was a best-of house and a portion was The Exorcist. My daughter had never been in that house but I had a ton of times. Even though it was our first time through virtually, when we got to the first hallway I stopped and told her "In Orlando this entire wall was a huge scrim where the walls disappear and a scene is revealed beyond". I took a few steps and WHAMMO! There was Pazuzu. The scares are primarily drop panels and boo holes. You never know where they will happen but it is the same from run to run. The sound is excellent, and the scares are more fun than scary. There are no attendants to tell you to move along, although other guests may tell you to move it. Again, you're not blocking them, but they see someone just standing there. I think that scares are triggered by someone being in proximity to a sensor. If you just stand there waiting for the same scare to happen, it won't. But the person behind you won't see it because you are just standing there. For this reason, before you enter the house you will see a countdown timer on the wall. The intent is to have people self-pulse, but nothing seems to enforce it. It's an honor system. As in real life, people can be jerks and make the experience worse for others. Also, there is no "run" vs "walk", so unless someone stops in the house you won't catch up with anyone. As for the house themes, they are not intended to be full recreations, although you will recognize many key elements. Parts are quite different than you will remember, and there are some new scenes that did not appear in the real houses. The virtual houses are about 1/2-3/4 the length of the real houses. Oddly, some names are slightly modified from the real house. Take Slaughter Sinema - same house name, but not the same fake movie titles. I'd love to know the reason behind it. And, yes, you can hang around the front of the house and listen to the queue audio, but no video. Scarezones The scareactors roam in their area, but when you get in a certain proximity to a scareactor, they come after you fast. Unlike the houses, if you stand in the middle of the scarezone, monsters will keep coming up to you for the scare. They have some pretty cool scares hidden in the zones. The music changes from zone to zone Shows There are mini shows every few minutes just like HHN. They are only a minute or so long. These are in some scarezones. There are park directories showing wait times and show times. The main show is in the lagoon and lasts about 10 minutes. It's pretty cool, gotta say. It felt a lot like Marathon of Mayhem. Sometimes you will hear an announcement over the loudspeaker saying that a show is about to begin. The Ball drop show happens at the top of every hour, just as it did in Orlando. Now this is a weird one.... for the Lagoon show, they have a normal viewing area and a VIP viewing area (a bit higher, just like at the real lagoon). And the VIP viewing area is a Robux upcharge. I'd normally see this as a total money grab, but in these times, I think anything is on the table if it helps someone behind the scenes. Rides Just like any other virtual ride you've done before. But Hulk is comically fast while Rip Ride Rockit is a faithful recreation. Good news - no metal detector at Hulk! Controls I first tried this on my iPad. The controls absolutely SUCK. There's a virtual joystick for movement, but you need to use two fingers to turn. I couldn't figure it out. So then I loaded it on my PC (got to use same account, so only one purchase across platforms), and the controls were intuitive. Simple arrow keys do the trick. You can use the mouse to adjust camera level and zoom. Food and Drink and costumes Of course there are concession stands where you can buy churros and the like. They even had the Today Cafe. They cost "Unibux", which are cheaper than the Robux. But I have no idea what the purpose is of buying any "food" so I didn't. Tons of people walking around in costumes, but I didn't buy any of that either. Of course, you buy it at the virtual Universal Store in the virtual park. Evidently you can buy "horror-ish" outfits but you cannot pretend to be a Scareactor because you can't "lunge" at people. Good move on their part. Another good move - there is no ability to punch a scareactor or drink too much and vomit. Verdict for 5 freakin' bucks, you get a whole lot of entertainment. Zero reason not to do this. 10 out of 10. Or just spend $1.10 for one night and an Express pass. Nah! Just go for the season pass!
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    I guess they have a bonus house every week. It was Halloween 2 last week and will be The Shining for the final weekend. Gotta say again how much fun it has been. Would much rather be in Orlando, but at least I got to (kind of) experience HHN and air conditioning at the same time. By the way, this weekend you can get into the "event" for FREE. That's right, you can save a whole $1.10!
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    Thank you! Does anyone know the music for Brides or Tooth Fairy and the Beetlejuice part of the tribute store?
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    Well, I know the 2 songs played in the Icon room in the Tribute store. They are: Welcome to the Carnival and Canvas Wonderland from Midnight Syndicate's Carnival Arcane.
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    Hello all! I was wondering if anyone knew the songs and music that are used in both Revenge of the Tooth Fairy and The Bride of Frankenstein Lives? As well as The Tribute Store? I'm trying to create my own little album for this year's mini event! Thanks guys! Hope all is well!
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    I'm thinking we have 100% certainty in 4 of the houses. Unless they switch them out at the last second for Scream and The Conjuring.
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