FTD Soundtracks

The FTD soundtracks will be released one at the time with other products . The first one will be '' Spinout '' and is scheduled in May - as we mentioned earlier - along with a book project.
Source: For CD Collectors Only / Updated: Mar 15, 2004 
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PDMan (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 23, 2004report abuse
re: defective "So High." I bought mine through Elvis.com and have not heard a peep about the replacement. I e-mailed their customer service desk and the person that e-mailed me back (some two weeks later) didn't have a clue what I was talking about. My feeling is there won't be replacement if you bought through EPE.
dismas (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 21, 2004report abuse
Antjie, you summed it up perfectly. I'm with you 100%. I hope FTD is listening.
gribz (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 20, 2004report abuse
Thank-you ANj... A voice of reason. Plus it shows honor and respect for the Elvis Legacy.
Antjie (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 20, 2004report abuse
The idea of eventually having all the soundtracks (with outtakes) is thrilling, whether they are released one or more at a time.
However, I agree with gribz: At least please give us these in superb sound quality. According to reviews of recent FTD soundtrack releases it looks like this is not the case.
I'd rather opt for slower releases - if need be - but do it right the first time round. Why not give all the music of the Artist of the Century the best treatment available? Elvis (and us) deserves no less.
elVis112 (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 20, 2004report abuse
This one is really upsetting me! Do you really believe that it's the best not to release as much material as possible as soon as possible? What sort of fan are you???
If you can't afford to buy the CDs now, buy them later. All FTDs are still available for online order for their original price. If you are old enogh to be able to rank the priority in which to buy your CDs you will not wind up with CDs you don't want for a price you can not afford.
BTW do you think just because you can't afford a Porsche or a Ferrari they should not be built and released?
What sort of marketing would that be?
gribz (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 18, 2004report abuse
I'm hoping that FTD takes their time thinking about what to release, before releasing stuff that is repetative, or of poor sound quality. In this case too much is not a good thing. Quality will serve the future fans better, and make everything less confusing, when un-informed fans are trying to figure out what to purchase. BMG, is now starting to realize the importance, of marketing Elvis products more carefully...
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 18, 2004report abuse
To gribz: What the heck are you talking about?
CD King (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 18, 2004report abuse
The best place to order the FTD cds is definately from Worldwide Elvis. Their price may not be the cheapest but they do provide 1st class efficient service. Infact, if you have ordered the SO HIGH cd from them, you need not send the defective copy back to them. The replacement SO HIGH cd will be automatically sent out to you when they get the new replacement stocks..
dismas (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 16, 2004report abuse
Ditto, EJF, re: defective "So High." Can anyone out there spell out the proper procedure as to how one can obtain a replacement copy? I purchased two copies thru "Elvis-Today" when it was first released, and I've yet to hear a peep from them vis-a-vis the availability of the corrected version. Help!
E.J.F... (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 16, 2004report abuse
Can anyone direct me to where I can purchase these CDs at the cheapest prices possible. I usually buy them from Amazon UK but for some reason they have increased their prices (at GBP15.99 they already were not cheap) to a whopping GBP17.99! And by the way, I am still stuck with a defective copy of "So High". Can anyone tell me how to get a replacement?
elvissessions (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 16, 2004report abuse
Moody Blue is absolutely right. If you can't afford them immediately, then wait till you can. I don't understand why we all must wait. The opening of the RCA vaults has been a highlight of my musical life. Many of us waited decades for this. I'm not a rich man, but finding a way to afford these releases is a top priority for me. Even if I couldn't buy them at all, I certainly wouldn't want to keep them from others. It's important to the fans to get the material out there. Ultimately, the market as a whole will decide how many of these releases can be borne. I just hope that turns out to be a high number.
gribz (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 16, 2004report abuse
Although EPE, does release some corny trinkets that need to be re-thought, FTD, is certainly guilty of the same marketing tactics. They just need to stop, and think before acting. This is in the best interest of Elvis fans, furure fans, and certainly, for Elvis' legacy in the long run. I don't want the young fans that are now coming to know Elvis, to have to sift through all the garbage to get to the gems, they may get frustrated and give up..So please, be careful
moody blue (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 16, 2004report abuse
Tony, your opinion makes a lot of sense, but, if they did release three at once, buy them when you can afford them. Don't get me wrong , I'm not in a postion to buy three cd's in one go.
Null (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 16, 2004report abuse
I think it makes more sense to release these CD's one at a time. People cannot always afford to buy all three, and find it hard to decide which to buy. By the time they can afford them, the next set are ready for release! Catch 22!!

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