Rubberneckin' Highest UK New Entry

According to a posting on the FECC messageboard the single Rubberneckin' is the highest new entry (based on radio play) on the U.K. 'Smash hits' chart. In at # 14, 3 weeks before it's release.
Source: For CD Collectors Only / Updated: Sep 1, 2003 

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Tracy (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 3, 2003report abuse
Elvis will be number one yet again. that I am sure of. I just wish they had left it in its original format. I loved "Little Less Conversation", the re-mix version. But the orginal was far far better. So raw and fantastic just like the great man himself and I'm not just biased. I think the next song to bring out has to be "Power of My Love", but leave it alone please.
I can remember back in the seventies when Elvis used to be on Top of The Pops, we never actually saw much of him just the odd glimpse. And I used to be so frustrated. So lets make up for the old times and lets see lots more of Elvis as he was. Beautiful and talented and wonderfully kind.
gribz (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 2, 2003report abuse
HI, Rubberneckin will be pretty big. Commercials are lined up to air on American Television starting next week. The video will be serviced by MTV and VH1 starting Sept 10th. Expect great results by the time '2nd to none' comes out in a month. Hail to the King. Youth culture needs a break from the over the top, and exaggerated sexual rage, that is so pervasive throughout the music industry today. Thanks be to the King!! Elvis is really 2nd only to God, Amen. Bobby Craig Grandville
eduard (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 2, 2003report abuse
I don't wanna be a spoiler but this 'Rubbernecking'song won't be a massive nr #1 hit. I will have a bet with anyone in here cause simply it is a nice catchy song but not that refreshing -- danceable -- as the " a Littles less conversation" was. What folks really digged on the "a Littles less conversation"song later on was the "come on come on......" part. I've seen it many times in discotheques lately. From Holland to Belgium,Sweden, Germany, That part is their most favourite of the whole song. So 'Rubbernecking'surely will do fine but it won't be massive and before someone brings out some wellknown lame excuse about "uhuh.. it is difficult to have second great nr #1 hit after another`.. Please.. spare me. It is simply not THAT a good and reshing song.
TonyP (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 2, 2003report abuse
You could be a little over confident Jim. Singles sales have declined and there are some weeks where a record can hit number one with low sales, but that isn't always the case. If there are other very high profile releases the week it comes out, 100,000 copies might not even do it. Fingers crossed that isn't the case.
Pharamond (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 2, 2003report abuse
The radio stations in Belgium are playing it now and radio Donna has made it dance record of the week. We have MTV, TMF and Jim TV that play video clips but i have not seen the Rubbernecking video yet, so BMG there is work to do.
And YES it is a N° 1.
Jim Semple (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 2, 2003report abuse
No need for everyone to panic, it's a forgone conclusion that this will be a massive UK Number 1. Christ, you barely have to sell any records at all these days to get there, it's in the bag folks ! Enjoy.
joe esposito (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 2, 2003report abuse
he'll be number 1, and i can't wait to hear people humming it in the street without realising...that's ma' boy!!!
MauriceColgan (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 1, 2003report abuse
Promising news!

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