Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit’s Hidden Soundtrack

 Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit, located at Universal Studios Florida, is an adrenaline pumping roller coaster with a 90-degree 17 story vertical lift and a 103 feet wide non-inverted loop. The coaster features six near-miss moments and first-ever moves and has a top speed of 65 miles per hour. Once you board the roller coaster, you are given the opportunity to select a song from the preloaded soundtrack. If you do not select a song, a song will be chosen at random during your ride through. After the ride, you can view and purchase an on-ride video edited as a music video. While you can select a song from the playlist on the screen, you can also select a song from Universal’s hidden soundtrack.

When boarding the ride vehicle, you are to pull the restraint bar over your lap, which is where the screen will be located to select a song. The screen will display different music genres along with different artists and songs. If you’d like to play a song from the hidden soundtrack, however, press down on the Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit logo on the restraint for at least 10 seconds rather than selecting a genre shown on the screen. When you release your finger, a number pad should appear on the screen. Each song has a three digit code and must be entered properly to play a song from the hidden soundtrack. Please be aware that when choosing a song from the hidden soundtrack, an on-ride video will not be available for you to view. The discovered songs on the hidden soundtrack can be viewed below:
101 – The Temples of Syrinx by Rush
102 – Blues Before & After by The Smithereens
103 – Break on Through by The Doors
104 – Crocodile Rock by Elton John
105 – Do it Again by Steely Dan
106 – Don’t You by Candlebox
107 – Drivin’ Rain by Gov’t Mule
108 – Eight Miles High by The Byrds
109 – Fantasy by Aldo Nova
110 – Fool by Rollins Band
111 – For The Love Of God by Steve Vai
112 – Free Bird by Lynyrd Skynyrd
113 – Immigrant Song by Led Zeppelin
114 – Just Because by Jane’s Addiction
115 – Live by Lenny Kravitz
116 – Mexicola by Queens of the Stone Age
117 – Rock instrumental
118 – Latin/jazz/funk instrumental
119 – Rock instrumental
120 – Rock instrumental
121 – Runnin’ Down a Dream by Tom Petty
122 – Start Me Up by The Rolling Stones
123 – Stockholm Syndrome by Muse
124 – Diary of Jane by Breaking Benjamin
125 – R&B/soul
126 – Rock instrumental
127 – Urgent by Foreigner
128 – Vertigo by U2
129 – Wheel in the Sky by Journey
130 – Won’t Get Fooled Again by The Who
131 – Klein Mandelbrot by Blue Man Group
132 – Drumbone by Blue Man Group

301 – Float On by Modest Mouse
302 – I Want You Back by The Jackson Five
303 – In My Pocket by The Cat Empire
304 – It’s Still Rock And Roll To Me by Billy Joel
305 – Brothers Gonna Work It Out by Public Enemy
306 – Lose Yourself by Eminem
307 – Ride Like The Wind by Christopher Cross
308 – Run to You by Bryan Adams
309 – Save Room by John Legend
310 – Vogue by Madonna
311 – You Make Loving Fun by Fleetwood Mac
312 – My Everything by Barry White

501 – Latin/jazz/rock instrumental
502 – Country/bluegrass instrumental
503 – Funk instrumental
504 – Smokin Gun by Robert Cray
505 – Jazz instrumental
506 – The Thrill Is Gone by B.B. King
507 – Who Did You Think I Was by John Mayer
508 – Pivot by Dry

701 – Cyanide by Metallica
702 – Endangered Species by Flaw
703 – For Whom The Bell Tolls by Metallica
704 – Forever Down by Black Label Society
705 – How Heavy This Axe by The Sword
706 – Just One Fix by Ministry
707 – Know your Enemy by Rage Against the Machine
708 – Let’s Go by Ministry
709 – Mouth for War by Pantera
710 – Painkiller by Judas Priest
711 – Paranoid by Black Sabbath
712 – Temptation’s Wings by Down
713 – The Wicker Man by Iron Maiden
714 – Unreal by Ill Nino
715 – Wake Up Dead by Megadeth
716 – We Call This Mutha Revenge by Suicidal Tendencies
718 – You’ve Got Another Thing Comin by Judas Priest

901 – Moving Right Along by The Muppets
902 – The Rainbow Connection by The Muppets
903 – Your Attitude Towards Cuttlefish by Paper Moon
904 – Night on Bald Mountain by Modest Mussorgsk

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