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Another Early Years

August 06, 2007 | Music
The Dutch Kruitvat chain of drug stores added another budget compilation to their site. For 3.89 euro can get get the 3 CD set "Early Years".

CD 1:

1. Love Me Tender
2. Any Way You Want Me
3. Rip It Up
4. Love Me Tender
5. Long Tall Sally
6. Paralyzed
7. So Glad You're Mine
8. Old Shep
9. Poor Boy
10. Ready Teddy
11. Anyplace Is Paradise
12. How's The World Treating You
13. How Do You Think I Feel
14. We're Gonna Move
15. Tutti Frutti

CD 2:

1. Just Because
2. I'm Counting On You
3. One Sided Love Affair
4. Trying To Get You
5. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry
6. I'll Never Let You Go
7. I Love You Because
8. Blue Moon
9. Money Honey
10. I Want You I Need You I Love You
11. My Baby Left Me
12. Hound Dog
13. Don't Be Cruel
14. Lawdy Miss Clawdy
15. Shake, Rattle And Roll

CD 3:

1. That's All Right Mama
2. Blue Moon Of Kentucky
3. Good Rockin' Tonight
4. I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine
5. Milk Cow Blues Boogy
6. You're A Heartbreaker
7. Baby Let's Play House
8. I'm Left You're Right She's Gone
9. Mystery Train
10. I Forgot To Remember To Forget
11. Heartbreak Hotel
12. Let Me
13. Blue Suede Shoes
14. First In Line
15. When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again
Source:Kruidvat Entertainment
stanton wrote on August 06, 2007
Holy Tomally, how many more of these releases are comming out? I mean they are great to have, but who buys that over and over again? I wonder, if someone tries to diminish the statistic of Elvis`sold sound tracks. When they keep on bringing out things like this - over and over- it`ll naturally happen and we`ll get to read: recording sales going down hill. Wonder, who `s the head behind it.
Jerome wrote on August 06, 2007
3 cd's for that kind of money!!!!
FJE wrote on August 07, 2007
A 3-CD set for only EUR3.89! Oh my God, is Elvis' music turning out so cheap?!
Mystery Rider wrote on August 07, 2007
its 1954-1955-1956. Copy rights have run out. now as each year passes the flood gates will open and more stuff will becomming out like this all over europe. cheap costs make big profits. I say drop the iron curtain on them. and take away their radios and let em listen to Tommy Steel again.