Elvis Presley could soon be back on top of the charts with his 19th UK number one hit according to the U.K.'s Mirrior newspaper website:
The King of Rock'n'Roll's first single, "That's All Right Mama", is to be reissued by HMV next Monday - exactly 50 years since Elvis recorded it as a teenager.
Fans have already been flocking to order the single and HMV says it is destined to be number one. Todd Slaughter, of the official Elvis fan club, said: "It is an amazing record."
Elvis already has the most UK chart number ones. The first posthumous one, Way Down, came out in August 1977 - the month he died. His No1 hits in Britain:
1957 All Shook Up. 1958 Jailhouse Rock. 1959 One Night. 1959 A Fool Such As I. 1960 It's Now Or Never. 1961 Are You Lonesome Tonight? 1961 Wooden Heart. 1961 His Latest Flame. 1962 Rock-A-Hula-Baby. 1962 Good Luck Charm. 1962 She's Not You. 1962 Return To Sender. 1963 Devil In Disguise. 1965 Crying In The Chapel. 1969 Suspicious Minds. 1970 The Wonder Of You. 1977 Way Down. 2002 A Little Less Conversation.
Source: Mirror / Updated: Jun 30, 2004