On the eve of what would have been The King's 68th birthday, record firm BMG said ELV1S 30 #1 Hits had beaten his previous best, the Elvis' Christmas Album.
His number one hits package has sold more than nine million copies around the world. The Christmas release - first issued in 1957 and re-released in 1973 - has not yet topped the eight million level.
Darren Henderson of BMG said: "This rounds up a phenomenal year for Elvis Presley proving that his music is indeed timeless.
A new generation has discovered Elvis Presley and we look forward to continue supporting the influential role that Presley plays in music and culture."
Source: Ananova / Updated: Jan 7, 2003