The Rubberneckin' remixed entered the U.K. Singles chart at #5 as expected. making this his 59th Top 10 hit in Britain. Here is the chart comment from Dotmusic:
Just to show you cannot keep a good rockstar down. The surprise really is not that another Elvis remix has appeared, just that it has taken over a year since A Little Less Conversation topped the charts for this second example of club Elvis to appear. Rubberneckin' is the brainchild of Paul Oakenfold who has once again taken the sensible route of avoiding treading on an established classic but instead going for one of the lesser starred parts of the King's musical canon. Rubberneckin' has the honour of featuring on the soundtrack of Elvis' last ever feature film, Change Of Habit and was hitherto the b-side of his 1970 single Don't Cry Daddy. The single was a Number 8 hit over here and was Number 6 in America where it was a fully fledged double a-side. For whatever reason this Oakenfold remix doesn't quite have the same magic as JXL's work on A Little Less Conversation so a 19th Number One hit was never really on the cards. Nonetheless it extends Elvis' legend still further as he can now boast a 47 year span of hit singles. Somewhere in the deepest south, an old shelf stacker is permitting himself a smile.