Expected Rubberneckin' U.K. Chartdebut

The Rubberneckin' remix will probably enter the U.K. singles chart at #5, just like we mentioned earlier. The latest sales figures show that Rubberneckin' is about 4,000 copies in front of the 6th placed single but 2,000 behind 4th place. So unless theres a rush to buy the single on saturday, it will probably enter at #5. The track in front of this is "White Flag" by Dido and this has over 17,000 copies sold.
Source: Elvis 2nd To None / Updated: Sep 26, 2003 

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Pharamond (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 29, 2003report abuse
High heel sneakers I totaly agree. And BMG make a sexy video clip to go along and you can not mis.
Elvizz (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 28, 2003report abuse
I'am really happy that the single will enter the chart at no.5. It would be an impossible task to get every remixed single to enter at no.1. I have always thought that releasing of remixed singles is one sure way of increasing the appeal for Elvis among the younger fans/general public. To think that the single will hit the single chart at no.5 without any effective promotion is a commenmdable feat, assuming that majority of buyers of this single are between the age of 15 - 25. This augurs well for Elvis"s image and chart career. I just hope that BMG will keep on remixing and releasing such singles in the future. I know it"s too early to comment on future remixes, but wouldn't a remix of For the Heart/Love Letters be an ideal remix for the valentine period. Further, the next ideal choice for a remix is High Heal Sneakers. As for promotion I pray to god that BMG/EPE would get their act together even at this late stage (it's better late than never) and promote the single so that it will have a long chart life and make a bigger impact on the younger fans.
gribz (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 28, 2003report abuse
This is a time of stagnation in the music industry. If BMG does the right strategic marketing, they can hit a home run with '2nd to none'. The timing is perfect for the younger generation to become real Elvis fans. The rubberneckin single is starting to catch on, but they must keep it up. see the kids jumping up and down like crazy in the dance clubs when' 'rubberneckin ' comes on. Now they got to tie it up with radio and the album release. Lets go BMG. This is the time...
Pharamond (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 27, 2003report abuse
I totaly agree Jim RCA BMG makes a fool of every Elvis fan.
It is stil the same old song , a lot of diverend releases at the same time and no promotion for the new product, I saw this bevore remember the 1970 , 4 albums a year no promotion and a poor choise in singles . Now we have a good single ( for these sad musical times ) and they goove again.It is an insult to every fan.
Moggy (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 27, 2003
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Jim Semple (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 26, 2003report abuse
Well considering the embarrassing zero promotion in the majority of the UK, this must be seen as quite an achievement. Who knows, next week might be even better. I presume Todd Slaughters comments about selling 31,000 units in the first couple of days was false. Message to BMG - hang your heads in shame at the lack of promotion Elvis receives. Although in my opinion 2nd To None is a million miles away from being a good release, because of the lack of marketing and exposure on Rubberneckin, I reckon they have lost hundreds of thousands in sales of 2nd To None. Common sense - if you bought Rubberneckin and loved it, the chances are you would have probably bought 2nd To None.

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