Below is the tracklisting of the upcoming BMG release "Elvis - Greatest Hits CD" in BMG's Steel Box Collection series. This box is due for release August 2, 2008.
Update August 2, 2008: the cover and tracklisting are slightly different.
Blue Suede Shoes, Hound Dog, All Shook Up, I Got A Woman, Lawdy Miss Clawdy, Wear My Ring Around Your Neck, A Big Hunk O' Love, Mean Woman Blues, It's Now Or Never, Fever, Return To Sender, That's All Right, Treat Me Nice, My Baby Left Me, Hard Headed Woman, Mystery Train
Ja!! I don't need it, I lunch in my home. Greatest Hits... Who did say...??
I wonder whether there is any unreleased outtakes.
greatest hits? theres only 6 songs on there that were hits
Greatest what? Is this really a BMG product? I don't get it.
look's nice but i doubt i'll be adding it to my collection
Isn´t it the same track list as "Love songs". Even if the most of the songs are decent, you can not call them all hits. Woman without love is a nice one, but there were more memorable performances from "today", than this one. No elvis fan loves "angel" either, that´s only a filler
and another BMG (Buy My Garbage) ship it all over the world the (Stupid) Presley fans will buy anything. Its time to boycott these people until they give us something work buying.
"No Elvis fan loves "Angel." I beg to differ. I've been listening to Elvis since 1956. I assure you I love "Angel." In fact I perfer the ballads over the up tempo tunes.
Jumpin' So you're going to boycott until they release something worth buying. Like the multi-disc
'68 Comeback set scheduled for rekease in August perhaps? Better grab it. It's probably the last expensive big box set we're likely to get. The cd market is dying a not so slow death.
Too many '50s songs for my taste. And now no "Angel" in the revised tracklist. No sale! Also, not buying the forthcoming '68 special box set. Same old, same old.
No way is Angel a 'filler'! Very atmospheric and brilliantly sung as usual. It's a song I like listening to as I'm sure do many fans. TCB
Who buys this stuff? and why?