Tracklisting 2nd To None

On Elvis Club Berlin we found the supposed complete tracklisting for 'Elvis: 2nd To None'. That's All Right - I Forgot To Remember To Forget - Blue Suede Shoes - I Want You, I Need You, I Love You - Love Me - Mean Woman Blues - Loving You - Treat Me Nice - Wear My Ring Around Your Neck - King Creole - Trouble - I Got Stung - I Need Your Love Tonight - A Mess Of Blues - I Feel So Bad - Little Sister - Rock-a-Hula Baby - Bossa Nova Baby - Viva Las Vegas - If I Can Dream - Memories - Don't Cry Daddy - Kentucky Rain - You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - An American Trilogy - Always On My Mind - Promised Land - Moody Blue Bonus Songs: Rubberneckin' (Oakenfold Remix) - I'm A Roustabout (unreleased)
Source: Elvis Club Berlin / Updated: Aug 15, 2003 

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lray (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 17, 2003report abuse
This is an interesting list. I look forward to hearing these in maxed out great sound, especially Viva Las Vegas. I also would have chosen some different ones. I would have used Mystery Train instead of I Forgot. My Baby Left me instead of Mean Women. I Beg Of You istead of King Creole. Fame and Fortune instead of Rock A Hula. Guitar Man or US Male instead of Memories. Steamroller Blues instead of Trilogy. I would have dropped Moody Blue and added Anything That's A Part Of You in with the 60's set. But overall the set makes sense to me and is a good one for the public. I am thrilled that Promised Land, A Mess Of Blues,and Don't Cry Daddy are here. I also believe that I'm A Roustabout belongs here as an extra treat. It might not be a classic, but it sounds worthy of a big release instead of it being lost on a box set or FTD CD.
Lou A (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 17, 2003report abuse
I would have liked to see Guitar man, Follow that Dream, Ask Me, King Of the Whole Wide World, Dontcha Think It's Time, but I guess they'll make the next one! Are there actually five releases like this planned? Maybe Bmg should consider releasing a singles box set like they did in Japan with all of the A's and B's in chronological order. With the 50th anniversary of "That's All Right" coming up, that might make a nice commemorative release.
Null (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 17, 2003report abuse
I understand that this is the second in a series of 5 releases planned,but i am wondering where this fan selection was (i never saw it) anyway hope it sells as well as E1 did but i think that they better promote it and even more that E1 glad the comment site is back
jb gude (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 17, 2003report abuse
For the past 3 months or more there is a 4 CD box "Ultimate Collection" advertised quite heavily on some EU channels especially the Eurosports one. It is put out by a firm called "Insmusic" and from the EMI group which is a rival to BMG .... obviously BMG have licenced it out.
The set has many of the songs coming on the 2nd to None and I think if BMG have a little common sense they should try and put out the other "2nd to none tunes" for eg like "Mystery train" or "Suspicion" as many (Joe Public)people who buy that set are going to give this a miss.
Or is BMG happy to snare us "Loyal Elvis Public" with the one song,(you know the one) and hope the casual buyer boosts the total?
Jim Turner (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 16, 2003report abuse
I like the track selection. hopefuly joe public will as well. Im not that keen on the half picture for the cover, but it might look better in the flesh so to speak.I don't like to knock rca/bmg as I think they get enough abuse elsewhere, but why can't we have a full picture, preferably one that hasn't done the rounds! I'm looking forward to the new tracks. We will eventually get to hear why Roustabout was discarded, but hey, all things come to those that wait! Let's hope this is another number one worldwide. Jim Turner. Great Britain.
Lex (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 16, 2003report abuse
Looking forward to this release, nice compilation. Too bad there's a remix on it. I hope they switch the last two tracks, so I can turn it off in time, just like with ELV1S 30 #1 Hits.
Kevin Pate (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 16, 2003report abuse
Hello, I just wanted to say that I think it's great that they are releasing the follow up 2nd to none. I think the album would be better if they included songs like Blue Moon of Kentucky, Good Rock'in Tonight, Follow that Dream, There's Always Me, and Kiss Me Quick instead of I Got Stung, Mess of Blues, Feel So Bad, Rock-a-Hula Baby, and Bossa Nova Baby. I guess it's just a matter of taste, but overall I'm very happy with this upcoming release! Kevin Pate, Orlando, Florida

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