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Budget Reissue(s)

April 29, 2007 | Music
Here is another version of the 3 CD compilation "Elvis Presley" on the Weton-Wesgram label. These two versions contain the same 40 tracks.
JimmyCool wrote on April 29, 2007
Tracklist anyone? To be honest, I really like the first cover.
marco31768 wrote on April 29, 2007
Tracklist? I tell you some tunes: 1) Heartbreak hotel, 2) Love me tender, 3) Don't be cruel, 4) That's all right, 5) Good rockin' tonight..... Who needs all this??
Mofoca22 wrote on April 29, 2007
who needs this marco? ill tell you who needs it first time listeners and any die hard who dont care how many of the same songs they buy. sure you have a right to your opinion but cant you and everyone else keep the negativity down people like you scare any potential new elvis fan away with your attitudes. they aint catering to us there catering to draw in new fans so eventually they can release the elvis on tour or elvis in concert dvds to the mass popualtion one day. no one sits and thinks that there negativity is what brings down elvis and causes the better releases to never come oout because of the fact the new potential fans see the way you so-called hardcore fans act. i may have 100 of the same cd with same track listing but i dont care cd's wear out and get scratched so as long as they keep releasing them i will keep buying them.
marco31768 wrote on April 30, 2007
Dear Mofoca22, "Platinum" and "Close up" (with unreleased tracks) sell very well; "Elvis at Sun" and "The 50 greatest love songs" (no unreleased tracks) sell bad. This is only one example. If you want catch some new Elvis' fans and if you want keep the hard-core fans, you must release something for everybody. These budget CD's are junk and they're sell nothing. They're released only for no copyright reasons...