Due for release on the Forte / Cmith & Co. label on October 13, 2008 in the UK is a new remix album entitled "King Elvis Presleys Original Songs Remixed For The Next Century".
A new approach to Elvis! Alex "Latino" Zullo and Paolo Bolio have gone back into the studio with their crew to remix and add overdubs, bringing the King right up to date. The result is 13 superb rockers and ballads as well as two remixes of the remixes giving us a couple of tracks that would grace any cutting edge dance club. This is not just another PD album. This is how Elvis would sound if he was recording now and there is nothing like it on the market. A unique product from a unique artist.
Tracks: Any Place Is Paradise / Blue Moon / Love Me Tender / Anyway You Want Me (That’s The Way I’ll Be) / Love Me / Money Honey / Blue Suede Shoes / Don’t Be Cruel / Trying To Get To You / Heartbreak Hotel / Tutti Frutti / Hound Dog / Shake Rattle & Roll / Blue Suede Shoes (Remix) / Love Me Tender (Remix).
Any Place Is Paradise
Love Me Tender
Anyway You Want Me (That's The Way I'll Be)
Blue Suede Shoes
Don't Be Cruel
Trying To Get To You
Shake Rattle & Roll
Blue Suede Shoes (Remix)
Love Me Tender (Remix)
The King Remixed For The Next CenturySeptember 20, 2008 | Music Source:Various
Palle wrote on September 20, 2008
As Father Ted would say: Feck!
Brian Quinn wrote on September 20, 2008
Would like to hear this before giving an opinion.
Harvey Alexander wrote on September 21, 2008
I'd rather chew a rattlesnake's ass.
KCP9000 wrote on September 21, 2008
I'm not against Elvis remixes for modern times. I liked both Rubberneckin' and A Little Less Conversation. Not so much Baby Let's Play House. But still.... So with somewhat enthusiastic curiosity, I listened to the 30 second samples of this disc. My reaction was: blech. It's a cheesy karaoke sound, and all tracks sound pretty much the same with this Karaoke machine backing. Not gonna buy it. Wouldn't be prudent. At this juncture. I still would like a full album of quality remixes of the caliber of Rubberneckin' and A Little Less Conversation. That would be fun!
JerryNodak wrote on September 23, 2008
I didn't mind ALLC. But Rubberneckin'? Yuck!