Asian Fake

The Asian CD single of "Rubberneckin" which was first announced on the Elvis Express website is a fake. The man behind the issue had only 3 produced professionally and decided to send a copy to the Elvis Express to see if there was a reaction, he told the Elvis Express "The cover of the BMG release is terrible and so I decided to produce my very own the way I personally felt the cover should have been and the reaction has been superb from fans around the world."
Source: The Elvis Express / Updated: Sep 16, 2003 
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roustabout (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 17, 2003report abuse
too bad, it's a great cover design.
TCBn with TLC Bet (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 17, 2003report abuse
There will always be someone who can do promos better.
Here is a response from the Graceland staff regarding the quality of promotion of "Rubberneckin:' "
No one can force this or any other particular radio station
to get behind "Rubberneckin'". It's up to the stations to decide what songs they want to play and how often.
The record company's marketing team has been pushing all stations as hard as they can. One of the best things that can happen is for fans to call stations in their area and request "Rubberneckin'".
CD King (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 16, 2003report abuse
I knew it was a FAKE the moment I saw it. Take a good look again, there is No BMG logo anywhere. But still, it was a good effort - a real nice CD-R. Yes - the cover design is so much better than the Official release. What a Shame!
Mike D (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 16, 2003report abuse
This is exactly what I was saying before some young guy who might know about the music scene today decided to make his own cover for the single and went behind the back of the Frank Sinatra listening 67 year old excutive whom picked the horrible cover that was supposed to be printed and look how cool it looks the best Ive seen. they should hire this guy to design the new covers for BMG. we need some top people in the music industry to redo his work. Elvis always had the best musicans work with him. why do they seem to go cheap on his work now.
Jim Semple (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 16, 2003report abuse
Well good on him, he is completely justified in saying the BMG cover is an absolute disgrace. Yet again, what a brilliant opportunity wasted.

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