Quickpoll Rubberneckin'

70% of 600 of our visitors think the Rubberneckin' remix is what they were waiting for. Our next quickpoll is connected to this remix too. You can simple agree or disagree with the thesis "The Rubberneckin' video is great!"
Updated: Aug 21, 2003 

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McBunny (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 24, 2003report abuse
I have been a fan of Elvis since I can remember and I am 46. I have always liked the song "Rubberneckin", as did many people when it was released. I just viewed the new video and remix. Not only was I very impressed but I absolutely loved it. The video is fantastic and the remix hasn't really changed the song.
I think this is a great opportunity for this generation to fall in love with Elvis's music all over again. The song/music combined with the video should be a huge hit in dance clubs as well. Long live "The King"!
trouble (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 22, 2003report abuse
Hallo, I am very happy with the rubberneckin video. It is a very modern clip and it makes Elvis and his music belonging to the 21 centery. The more you see and hear the clip the better I like it. I hope it will be a very big hit all over the world. It sounds like music from this time and that is very strange for someone who is allready dead for 26 years. I think Elvis would be very proud if he should know that his music is still so very popular.
Null (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 22, 2003report abuse
These releases keep Elvis in the minds of non fans...Being fan since 1956 am looking forward to its release.Beryl
Brian Quinn (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 22, 2003report abuse
I think the 'Rubberneckin' Remix is great as is the video. Finally, EPE and BMG have got together to really enhance the Elvis Legacy and with such releases we should all be very grateful indeed. Let's look forward to another Worldwide No.1 from THE KING.
Kevin K (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 22, 2003report abuse
I always loved Rubberneckin', and considered it one of those songs that fans had for themselves, ie the general public wouldn't have known about it. Because of this, I was a bit disapointed when I heard it was lined up to be re-mixed. However, I think Oaky's done a great job with Rubberneckin', and the video is a big improvement on ALLC.. If it's not a hit.. I'll be very surprised.
Bryan (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 22, 2003
Invisible because there was abuse of the keyboard
Null (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 21, 2003report abuse
i agree that rubbereckin' is not my choice for a remix,but i hope it does well Elvis has always been kinda screwed by the charts and i think is due his recognition. As far as the compilation it would be nice to have something new but i guess the well is about dry,please no more box sets like Close-up i was very disappointed especailly for the price they were charging...
dismas (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 21, 2003report abuse
I think a lot of us get caught up in the excitement of a new Elvis release all these years after his passing. Truthfully, though, "Rubberneckin'" has never been a particular favorite of mine, even though it does come from the justifiably legendary Memphis '69 sessions. If it sparks some more interest in Elvis among the general public, that's fine by me. But my personal opinion is that BMG is blowing it with the collection "Rubberneckin'" is meant to hype the upcoming "2nd To None" set. I think they should've followed the "30 #1 Hits" format: Hits. more hits and nothing but the hits. A specially-priced 2-cd set of Top Ten singles (minus the previously released #1s) would have made a whole lot more sense to me. Great music and plenty of it at a reasonable price -- that would have drawn in many more borderline or casual fans than "2nd To None" is likely too. Still, being a lifelong diehard fan, I'll definitely be in line to buy it.

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