Billboard Charts

Here are the updates for the week ending October 18th. ELV1S 30 #1 Hits moves up from #27 to #23 on the Country Album Charts in its 54th week on that chart. The album moves up from #173 to #161 on the Top 200 Album Chart. This is its 49 week on the Top Album charts tying it for 7th place with 'Elvis Presley' for longest charting albums. Over on the singles charts, "I Can Only Imagine" by Christian pop-rockers MercyMe bumped Elvis Presley's "Rubberneckin' " remix from the top slot. Elvis’ single hangs tough at #1 on the Hot Dance Singles Sales chart. Also, Rubberneckin is at #3 again on the Canadian charts. Predictions For 2nd To None are an chart entry at #2. Elvis’ sales are at about 200,000 and Ludericaous’ sales at 425,000 in midweek sales so far.
Source: Elvis 2nd To None / Updated: Oct 9, 2003 
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mikem (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 11, 2003report abuse
come on people, buy a few more copies and give them out to family or friends. i bought 14 copies . you know what they will be saying if elvis finishes in 2nd place. ELVIS 2ND TO LUDICROUS!! who is he anyway?
Steve B. (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 11, 2003report abuse
The last couple of years have been totally amazing for Elvis, as for as chart activity. A fan since 1956, I am so pleased that Elvis his all over the charts again, just like he was in the 50's, 60's and 70's. You have got to give RCA lots of credit for this happening. Keep those great "escapes" coming!
bandit64 (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 11, 2003
Invisible because there was abuse of the keyboard
ranskal (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 10, 2003report abuse
I have to compliment the job they did on remastering these tracks! The sound is crisp and clear. I really think Moody Blue has never sounded better! I wish they would go back through the 70's box set and do the same kind of work they did with this disc. Long Live The KING!
KP (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 10, 2003report abuse
I think radio play in America is next to none! Pop stations seem to ignore it. I've requested it and they say they will try to get it on, but still have not heard or seen it on VH1 or MTV. I even noticed on station KLOU in ST. Louis, that plays hits of 60s and 70s, that they hardly play EP anymore. I emailed and asked what was up. The Program director told me EP was "not relevent to there format" He said they would play one of three cuts occasionally.(S. Minds, Burning Love & Kent. Rain)I popinted out Elvis had numerous huge hit from 60 to 62 and had many more hits from 68 to 77. He said early 60s did not fit there format. If you are near St. Louis email KLOU and tell them to quit shortchanging us Elvis fans.
gribz (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 10, 2003report abuse
Come on Elvis fans, and Humane society, we can't let Ludicrous beat Elvis to number one....

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