Comedy Movie Features Elvis On SoundtrackOctober 29, 2007 | Music
This holiday season, Warner Bros. Records will release the soundtrack to the holiday comedy "Fred Claus". The soundtrack is filled with traditional Christmas pop favorites featuring "Santa Claus Is Back In Town" by Elvis Presley. The album will also be available digitally via all online retail outlets on November 13th, a few days after the movie hits theaters on November 9th. 2007.Source:Various
Mofoca22 wrote on October 29, 2007
well its christmas time pretty baby and the snow is falling on the ground lol
weberv41 wrote on October 30, 2007
I would bet this is because of Vince Vaughn. He's a huge Elvis fan!
elviskid80 wrote on October 30, 2007
who friggin cares its stupid one friggin song wich i have already no thanks waste of money
efan4ever wrote on October 30, 2007
That is cool. I did not know that Vince V. was a fan.
Deke Rivers 6 wrote on October 30, 2007
elviskid80...spelling & grammer lol...This is a good song anyway.
Steve V wrote on October 30, 2007
Saw the trailer, looks like one funny movie. And I disagree with the sentiment of elviskid80. Remember the days when the colonel controlled things and you would never hear an Elvis song on a soundtrack or TV show when there should have been one? Its important that now his songs appear on these types of venues. Of course you dont have to buy them, but the general public will and thats what the aim is here.
JerryNodak wrote on October 30, 2007
elviskid80: It doesn't matter if you care. It doesn't matter if any of us fans care. We're the believers. We've already been converted. We're members of the choir. Will I buy the soundtrack because it contains an Elvis song? No. But that's not the point. This kind of exposure of Elvis' music is important however, when it comes to attracting new converts from the great unwashed masses.
Devon wrote on November 01, 2007
There are some things that dont make any sence, why buy something that has one song in it!!!!i have every song Elvis ever recorded so it would not be worth any thing to me.