The re-issue of "Burning Love" is a new entry at #13 on the U.K. Top 40 this week selling 9033 copies. This single ends the 2007 UK Singles Campaign containing some of Elvis' UK chart hits which never reached #1.
Elvis - Re-issued singles – 2007
1] Peaked at No.11 Suspicious Minds [original peaked at: No.2]
2] No.13 Blue Suede Shoes [original No.9]
3] No.14 Hound Dog [original No.2]
4] No.14 Teddy Bear [original No.3]
5] No.14 Party [original No.2]
6] No.14 Don’t [original No.2]
7] No.15 Hard Headed Woman [original No.2]
8] No.15 King Creole [original No.2]
9] No.12 A Big Hunk O’ Love [original No.4]
10] No.16 Wear My Ring Around Your Neck [original No.3]
11] No.17 If I Can Dream [original No.11]
12] No.15 Viva Las Vegas [original No.17]
13] No.13 In The Ghetto [original No.2]
14] No.16 You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me [original No.9]
15] No.17 Always On My Mind [original No.9]
16] No.12 An American Trilogy [original No.8]
17] No.13 Burning Love [original No.7]
NB: Heartbreak Hotel the first re-issued single in this set was disallowed for the chart because of the box with it.
On the ARIA Music DVD Chart in Australia, Elvis The King of Rick 'N" Roll slips three places to #19. The DVD is certified Gold and has been on the chart for 4 weeks, peaking at #5.
Sunday Chart UpdateDecember 09, 2007 | Music Source:Various
circleG wrote on December 10, 2007
one error was using the 1969 live version of 'what'd I say' on the viva las vegas single instead of the movie version and another on the 'american trilogy'. it made more sense to use a cut from '72 than the aloha version which was a year later, but then similar mistakes were done on one or two of the 18#1 singles. shame Top of the Pops is no longer on UK Tv as I would have liked to have seen some decent promotion on there and the singles may have done better in the charts. still its just cool to see 'E' back in the charts.