2nd To None Droped Out Of Top 10 In The U.S.

"2nd to None" moved 42,000 units in the U.S. in its third week, falling from #7 to #24. That is about 315,000 units sold in total. The album could strike gold before Santa Claus runs.
Source: ElvisNews.com Readers Reactions / Updated: Oct 29, 2003 
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Pharamond (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 30, 2003report abuse
Why should we be proud, because the CD dropped to N°21 afther 3 weeks? If you have the material to make a N° 1 CD then everything must be done to see that it gets there.
But not BMG RCA , they have to release another Box set before ( Close up ) and another just afther (Christmas Peace). And for fans we have only 6 or 7 CD 's on the FTD label. Who is there saying Elvis is dead? No singer alive has that much CD's out in one year. I can untherstand that some fans like it that way, but there are some who can not keep up whit this. In a strange way we fans are to blame, we made, and still make it to easy for RCA BMG. It is nice to see that Elvis has such a lot of fans, and that keeps his music alive, so i thank everyone of you for that. But sometimes it is good to say " this is too much" we do'nt take this anymore.
ElvisFan2003 (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 30, 2003report abuse
We should be all proud of E and BMG. #3 of all cd's released is tremendous. Especially from an artist who hasn't been around for a while.
Jelvis (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 30, 2003report abuse
Elvis 2nd To None is #21 in its 3rd week on the Billboard chart, not #24 as reported earlier! I think that #24 is based on HitsDailyDouble which is not official and just estimation of sales, please correct this!
ep010835 (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 30, 2003report abuse
Well put. Perspective, perspective...must keep things in perspective.
gunslick44 (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 29, 2003report abuse
I have read comments suggesting that this is "bad chart news". I disagree. Granted, I wish it had went to #1 and parked there for months, but I think you have to look at the overall picture. How many of today's hot, living artists who can go on tour and do TV spots to promote their CD's of new material would absolutely LOVE to have a Top 3 CD, and one that is still at #24 after three weeks. LOTS of them. This is a highly successful CD, especially when you consider that all but two of its tracks have been released before multiple times. Be glad of this success, Elvis fans. BMG sure is. They're making a mint.

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