Rubberneckin' In The Charts

Dec 9, 2003
Rubberneckin' In The Charts
Like we did last year with A Little Less Conversation, we will keep score of the highest chart positions of Rubberneckin', of course additions are welcome!
CountryHighest position
Argentina9
Australia3Platinum
Australia1Dance Charts
Austria23
Belgium17
Brazil55
Brazil8Dance Chart
Canada2
Chili15
Czech Republic1Airplay Chart
Croatia1
Danmark4
Finland6
France21
Germany51
Greece38
Italy15
Ireland5
Japan21
Korea15
Latvia31
Luxembourg11
Macedonia14
Mexico70
Moldavia2
Netherlands1Pepsi Chart
Netherlands4Top 40 and Mega Top 50
New Zealand20
Norway11
Russia18
Slovenia9
Spain13
Sweden6
Switzerland11
Turkey3
UK5
US1#1 on Billboard Singles Sales and #1 on Hot Dance Single Sales
US94Billboard Singles (sales and airplay)
Wales5
Various1MTV Europe Dance Floor Chart
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Yves Rescalat (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 31, 2004report abuse
Hi, The single in Canada this week is down to #18 from last week's #13. In Australia it is still in the dance chart at #13 down from last week's #10. With the USA those are the remaining countries in which the single is still charting.
Apachee (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 28, 2003report abuse
Rubberneckin' in Canada is # 8 this week. Up from # 10.
Yves Rescalat (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 10, 2003report abuse
Hi, In Russia Rubberneckin peak position was at #18.
In its tenth week the single is currently at #48 down from last week #40. 2 weeks ago it was at #29. 3 weeks ago it was at #35.
Abu (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 6, 2003report abuse
Hi Guys, Can anyone complete the chart listings for the countries below. Canada is missing 1 week. Thanks!!
Argentina 10,9,14
Canada 2,2,3,3,6,7,8,12,12,13
Australia 3,4,9,12,16,15,16,16,28,36,39,42,out
Brazil 95,88,87,76,68
New Zealand 24, 23,21,20,18,31,38,34
UK 5,9,17,29,46,68,70,out
Croatia 1,1
Greece 38,45
Moldova 4,2,4
Mexico 78,-,68,70,75,77
Germany 51,62,73,88,83,-
Spain 13,16,- out of top 20
Italy 15,26,40
Ireland 10,15,20,31,44,49,out
Norway 11,13,14,16, out of top 20
Sweden 39,6,7,9,15,21,28,30
European 42,8,15,out of top 20
World Sales 13,12,3,5,7,15,23, out of top 25
World Sales + Airplay 35,15,16,19,17,19,26,28,34
Yves Rescalat (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 28, 2003report abuse
In Canada Rubberneckin is down to #13 from last week #12. In Chile Rubberneckin is down to #16 from last week #14.
Yves Rescalat (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 28, 2003report abuse
In Sweden this week, Rubberneckin is up to #45 from last week #46
Yves Rescalat (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 26, 2003report abuse
In the top 100 pop in Brazil, Rubberneckin goes up to #55 in its eight week in the charts from last week #57. In Chile the singles is steady on #14 in its fifth week. In Canada the single is steady at #12 (week 10) In Australia the single in the top dance is up to #6 from last week #7
In the dotmusic chart forum website, someone reported Rubberneckin at #10 in south Korea. The single is still in the charts but going down in the following countries: Mexico = #71 from last week #69 (eigth week) Australia= #42 from last week #39 (week 12) Sweden = #46 from last week #41 (week 11) Everywhere else the single is out of the charts.
Coronel Parker (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 13, 2003report abuse
It`s amazing that more than 25 years of Elvis`dead his music is on the top of the world charts!
Yves Rescalat (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 13, 2003report abuse
In Chile Rubberneckin is up to #14 this week from last week #15.Rubberneckin is#1 in MTV europe dance floor chart:
I found this info on the french MTV website. I just tought you would be delighted with this info. Actually the single was #1 last week. This week Rubberneckin is at #2. This is the top 20 chart for the dance and electro singles, the most played in the clubs in Europe! It is also this week at #7 in the european top 20 countdown! (its the top 20 hits in europe!)
Jelvis (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 6, 2003report abuse
That's a nice one Yves! who says Rubberneckin' is a failure???
Yves Rescalat (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 5, 2003report abuse
Some good news from Chile: Rubberneckin in its third week is up to #15 from last week #16.
Yves Rescalat (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 5, 2003report abuse
In Brazil top 100 rock/pop/dance chart (from radio brazil website), Rubberneckin in its fifth week is up to #68 coming from last week #76.
Yves Rescalat (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 5, 2003report abuse
Rubberneckin reached #8 in the top 40 dance chart in Brazil! The single now in its seventh week is down to #13 from last week #8.
Yves Rescalat (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 5, 2003report abuse
Hi, In New Zealand Rubberneckin in its eigth week is up at #34 from last week #38. In Slovenia it remains at #9 in its eight week. In Tokyo the single is down at #59 from last week #36. In Mexico Rubberneckin is down to #77( week 6) from last week #75. In Switzerland the single is down at #45 from last week #42. In Austria Rubberneckin is down at #47 from last week #46. In Sweden the single is down to #30 from last week #28. In Ireland the single is down to #49 from last week #44.
Yves Rescalat (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 3, 2003report abuse
Hi in Belgium, In its third week, Rubberneckin goes down to #32 from last week #30
Jelvis (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 2, 2003report abuse
Rubberneckin' is up to #16 this week from #20 last week in its 7 weeks in the Denmark Top-20 Singles chart! its peak is #4.
Yves Rescalat (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 30, 2003report abuse
Hi, In Chile Rubberneckin goes up to #16(peak position) from last week #17 Regards.
Yves Rescalat (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 28, 2003report abuse
Hi, A few updates:
Tokyo = 36 (up from #37 last week)
Slovenia = 9 Peak Position (up from #10 last week)
Brazil = 87 (up from #88 last week)
Argentina = 14 (down drom #9 last week)
Mexico = 75 (down from #70 last week)
Austria = 46 (down from #40 last week)
The Netherlands = 37 (down from #26 last week)
Jelvis (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 28, 2003report abuse
Hi, Rubberneckin' remains #1 in Australian Dance chart for 8 straight weeks, it's also remains #16 in Australian Singles chart for 8 weeks.
Yves Rescalat (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 23, 2003report abuse
Hello again, In Brazil (top 100), Rubberneckin in its third week is at #88 coming from #95
Yves Rescalat (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 23, 2003report abuse
Hi rubberneckin positions are in:
Chile = #17
Argentina = #9
Slovenia = #10
Greece = #45 (peak position = #38 last week)
Yves Rescalat (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 20, 2003report abuse
Hi, in Mexico Rubberneckin chart positions:
78 (1st week)
out (2nd week)
68 ( 3rd week = Peak Position)
70 (4th week)
Marco Aurelio (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 15, 2003report abuse
Rubberneckin´ could be in better charts around the world. Here in Brazil, they are not playing in the radios yet. They are waiting to release 2nd to None to explode this remix.
Robert Nelson (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 13, 2003report abuse
What did Elvis say during the 1968 Television Special?
"Never ceases to amaze my (baby). Elvis' chart success is definitely amazing, but, not surprising, for this admirer, because I know, as we all do, there is that special something in the voice. Best wishes for continued success to all.
Null (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 12, 2003report abuse
Oh my friend i suggested back when it was announced the 2nd to none album was coming out that a christmas single be remixed like Santa Clause Is Back In Town or the 8 minute Merry Christmas Baby,guess you haven't been in the room in awhile or just joined the forum..how bout both of them and throw in Santa Bring my Baby Back (To Me) for a 3 track single
DDH (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 12, 2003report abuse
Here's a suggestion that no one has comment on; a Christmas re-mix release. There are a lot to choose from. Check out the listings on 'Christmas Peace' I'll watch for the fans views.
Yves Rescalat (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 4, 2003report abuse
Hello, a few updates:
Moldavia = 4 (3rd week sales chart)
Latvia = 31 (3rd week sales chart)
Belgium = 17 (3rd week sales chart)
Austria = 23 (3rd week sales chart)
Slovenia = 13 (3rd week sales chart)
New Zealand = 21 (3rd week sales chart)
Ireland = 10 (1st week sales chart)
Wales = 5 (1st week sales chart)
Argentina = 10 (1st week sales chart)
Luxembourg = 11 (3nd week sales chart?)
United world chart = 15
Damian (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 2, 2003report abuse
New entry at No 4 in the "real" UK charts. I'm looking forward to seeing the video on Top of The Pops tomorrow , I'll be watching with my 3 young kids who'll all be wanting to see Black eyed Peas and whoever else is a current chart favourite, and quite frankly I'll be pleased as punch to be sitting doing this in 2003. Ten years ago I'd never have imagined this would happen although like everyone else always believed it was possible. Apart from ALLC this is his biggest UK hit in terms of the charts since Its Only Love in 1980. Go further back beyond Way Down and it's a good few years till you'll find such a successful chart hit for the King. OK so single sales are not what they once were but lets enjoy the moment. My kids tell me that nowadays if you don't go straight in at No 1 you've lost your chance. I hope they're wrong but if not it's still been a fantastic success in UK chart terms. In my book BMG and all responsible deserve congratulations and encouragement. Thankyou
Steve B. (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 2, 2003report abuse
I am amazed that some Elvis fans are disappointed in the chart progress of the latest remix. I have been so pleased with the charts positions Elvis has gotten in the last couple of years. Elvis has been dead for over a quarter of a century. The fact that he has charted music for six decades is an amazing feat in itself. I am not sure how many other artist can make that claim.
jb gude (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 28, 2003report abuse
Damien, I am surprised at your opinion :of "we have no right to expect..." We had and have every right: actually all this song needed was a little push to get it to the top.BMG is content to earn their big bucks off Elvis with next to no promotion costs. What have BMG done to really promote this single ? Can you name one Ad ? All the publicity has been generated via a "Press Release" on a Graceland held event mainly for (Im a Roustabout) " a historic find" to promote the Album "2nd to none "and a small aside for the video to "Rubberneckin" and a PRIVATE party or two also with the album not single in mind. It may not have reached the levels of ALLC but certainly a much better chart posisition than it has achieved.
Damian (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 27, 2003report abuse
Frankly I'm amazed at some of the negative comments on this great site about Rubberneckin'. "a worldwide flop" indeed! The facts speak for themselves. No matter what came after ALLC it was never going to match the success of that given all the particular circumstances surrounding that track. Why not go back to the releases before ALLC and look again at how well they did. I can remember being ecstatic that a re-released Suspicious Minds hit the top twenty in the UK a couple of years ago and the TTWII clip was shown on TOTP and Music TV stations. We've really no right to expect an artist who has been dead to be still having hits at all. Lets enjoy the success while we can and be realistic.
gribz (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 21, 2003report abuse
The youth of today need Elvis to help them stay sane.. BMG must promote '2nd to none' heavily and Elvis will do the rest... If we get 'rubberneckin up the charts in the USA, it will give a huge boost across the boards in other countries. Call your local radio stations and vh1 and mtv, and have them play the single and aire the video....
TonyP (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 21, 2003report abuse
I urge everyone in the UK to buy it on the first week of release. Perhaps the intitial sales flurry might push it to that top spot. All the time Elvis is only one number one ahead of the Beatles, there is every chance something will be released to even things up again - perhaps the stripping down of the Let It Be album will be accompanied by a single! Lets put it out of reach for Elvis. Cheers
Elvis Express (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 19, 2003report abuse
Hi Jim, The UK placing is explained on my site which a am unable to give you but the basic explination is that it has already entered the UK charts because of Import sales and not actual UK retail sales. Hope this helps
Jim Semple (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 18, 2003report abuse
It's not even out yet in the UK !!

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