Dutch DVD/ CD/ Book Combination

The Dutch chain Kruidvat will release a DVD/CD/Book (256 pages) combination simply titled “Elvis” on August 15, 2007. Compiler of the product is Roel van Diepen. The set will be released in a slipcase. This is what the ad on the Kruidvat site says about the book: On August 16, 1977 the world was shocked by the news that the greatest pop star of all time passed away. During the last 30 year many authors and journalists tried to find out who The King really was: musician, author, man, lover, brutal, sensitive, a bad or a good dad, guitar player, thinker, drug abuser, legend during his life and after his death an icon. How is it possible that Elvis’ music and his message still are relevant for millions in the whole world? Many prominent Elvis-lovers try to answer this question in the book “Elvis”. The DVD “Elvis 1935-1977” is a tribute to one of the biggest stars ever. This documentary shows the breathtaking rise of Elvis Aron Presley to “King”. With rare images and footage and comments by friends all phases of Elvis’ life are shown: from his early Sun days to the army in Germany, from his Hollywood career and his years in Vegas until his tragic death in Graceland.
Source: Kruidvat Entertainment / Updated: Mar 20, 2007 
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JimmyCool (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 20, 2007report abuse
It reminds me of Platinum... don't know why...
Jerome (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 20, 2007report abuse
There's absoluty nothing new to be released is there? From K-mart to Kruidvat, I understand that every person in the world suppose to have an Elvis album in his/her collection and eventually this will happen because they're being released in such a dozens at the time. I don't mean to criticise or tend to feel superiour to others but if I listen to the present popular music and the taste of today's youth, I feel lost liking singers like Elvis, Roy Hamilton, Brook Benton etc. I feel bad about being albums being released that can be bought in a super market. Guess there's nothing to do about it, mainstream will always win

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