2nd To Chartity

The latest re-issue single "Good Luck Charm" entered the UK singles chart at #2 on the official UK Singles Chart, after the charity single from McFly. The previous re-issue single "Rock-A-Hula Baby" dropped from #3 to #26. The next single release "She's Not You" will be released this Monday. On the UK album charts, the compilation "Love, Elvis" dropped from#19 to #35. Here is this weeks 'Official' top 10 singles 01 - All About You/you've Got A Friend - McFly 02 - Good Luck Charm - Elvis Presley 03 - Falling Stars - Sunset Strippers 04 - Dakota - Stereophonics 05 - Over and Over - Nelly ft Tim McGraw
Source: Virgin - UK Top 40 Chart / Updated: Mar 13, 2005 

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kelvin m wilson (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 14, 2005report abuse
forget the british press, they have to print something anti-elvis regardless. as for ourselves surely what has been acheived already has far exceeded our wildest dreams. who else could have a DIFFERENT record in the top 3 EACH week like this. as an aside they were plenty of copies of SNY (limited issue) available today in sheffield (meadowhall) which seems to be good news for those who didnt order but want them. also lots of unlimited copies of all other cd's and vinyl.
btw. anyone know (other than charity singles) who last sold 250,000 copies of a single in the uk to qualify for a silver disc ?
mtm1a (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 14, 2005report abuse
this is nothing new, but yet again i`m getting the hump with the media. apparently this is the `6th time Elvis has FAILED to reach NO.1 in the charts`. why does the man get no stinking credit for anything from these random jabroni`s! It`s even more annoying as you and i can answer these`failures` with reasons why Elvis isn`t NO.1, and thinking about it, there isn`t a single part of this whole thing that actually is a chart failure. Hail Hail
PaulFromFrance (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 14, 2005report abuse
Both songs are really outstanding numbers ! It brings me some wonderful memories about the time they were originally released. Really fantastic songs, when Elvis was vocally at his best.
dailyone (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 14, 2005report abuse
good result as this is a popular song that gets to you . a very lay back elvis on this , what couldnt he do , hey . good on ya pommies , your doing a great job .
Shaky (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 14, 2005report abuse
I agree Charity records will dominate the uk chart for a couple of weeks: McFly was the 1st Comic relief single and Monday sees the release of the second - Tony Christie's 'Is This The Way To Amarillo?' with full celebrity video made by Peter Kay and many many BBC establishment entertainers so I guess this is guaranteed exposure in the U.K. - Let's hope for a No.2 placing again this week. What a funny 'modern' pop world we live in when Elvis & Tony Christie could have the top slots in the single chart :-)
Tina S (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 13, 2005report abuse
no 2 fantastic
ElFan (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 13, 2005report abuse
I agree - That's a great result this week :-)
mtm1a (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 13, 2005report abuse
Gotta be pleased with this one,NO.2 this week is pretty good really.Shame we are in the midst of charity releases as we could`ve been NO.1 this week.The charity one`s will prob dominate for at least a couple more weeks,but at least The King is still in the mix.Hail Hail.

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