Released in The Netherlands only is a special box set of Paul Oakenfold’s Rubberneckin’ Remix.
This design uses the same image as the various single releases of this single. Elvis with a bar over his head. But the design of this box is what you buy this package for. It opens like an old fashioned double album. Inside you find the three versions of the single, the 2 track card box, the standard 3 track single and the digi pack version of the 3 track single. All strapped to the inside. The back side holds the vinyl 12 Inch promo version of the single, a nice 'little' bonus.
We described the content of the Rubberneckin’ release in our first review of the single release (see link below). In this review we will look at the box itself.
The content of this package can be described in two ways. The first one is “much of the same” since you get the same songs (remix, extended remix and original version of Rubberneckin’) various times. The second one is “the complete package”. Most fans buy various versions of the single anyway for their collection. Buying this version they have all CD-singles and the vinyl (promo) edition.
Overall very well done, and a very collectible version of this single release. BMG Netherlands did a very good job for the fans, and hopefully for Elvis too, a special edition like this might boost the sales (just like the various versions of the Suspicious Minds single in 1999) helping Elvis to yet another chart success.