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BMG Reaction To 30th Anniversary CD Release News

April 10, 2007 | Music
Last week Sony BMG reacted to Elvis websites publishing news of its 30th anniversary CD releases. Sony BMG has now made it clear to the Elvis Information Network website that track listings and cover artwork are not yet finalised, hence their concern over the various news stories.
Source:Elvis Information Network

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mature_elvis_fan75 wrote on April 10, 2007
And my reaction to this news,is im not surprised and id not be at all surprised if theres no new material released,they have made it clear that the only ones they care to releases to are joe public,which is fine, its there choice and there decision,if they are gonna release something new, how about a concert from 1970 and not 1969,or oh my gosh ,crazy idea here, but what about Elvis on tour? i know thats for ftd,guess well finnaly get those shows through them, will they come with liner notes? hmmm
Mystery Rider wrote on April 10, 2007
you mean that his flying saucer has returned, and bmg may give us something new,like the Bald headed rock, things have changed since his trip to who knows where, and his return well again who knows. only the colonel and he'll charge 50 percent of the gate for the answer. what ever it is boycott it and show BMG who's the big boss man.
dannyboy1 wrote on April 11, 2007
Big deal. What does it matter? I mean, its not like any of us are waiting with baited breath to find out which particular songs are going to be issued for the umpteenth time. And cover artwork's not going to make a world of difference.
Devon wrote on April 18, 2007
How will i make it thru the day?
JerryNodak wrote on April 22, 2007
IF the rumored mainstream releases actually turn out to be what IS released, I won't be buying any of it.
mature_elvis_fan75 wrote on April 25, 2007
Who doesnt wont command performances with a new cover? Ftd seems to be it for releases,if theres nothing new in stores this year as far as unreleased material ,should we expect anything new in the future?