A press-release on the release of the "Re: Version" of "Bably Let's Play House" by Italian DJ Spankox and the remix album he compiled.
Recognised worldwide as one of the most influential figures in music and pop culture, Elvis Presley is today on the verge of another milestone. 30 years after his death, Presley's classic 'Baby Let's Play House' remixed by progressive DJ/Producer Spankox, will receive it's September 1 2008 debut as the first Vinyl Disc single to be released in the UK.
The 'Baby Let's Play House' Spankox remix release on Vinyl Disc is a special compact disc (CD) playable on a normal CD player, and on a traditional 33rpm turntable too. This brand new media boasts one A side (vinyl) and one B side (CD), and in the tradition of the recent Elvis single releases, the packaging of this original Elvis Presley Vinyl Disc will also resemble that of a 12" vinyl. It will include a radio edit version, an extended version and the original Presley song, plus as a bonus, the Spankox Re:Version ringtone will also be included.
Following hot on the heels of the September 1 single release of 'Baby Let's Play House' comes yet another milestone, the historic release of the first Elvis Presley remix album. Elvis vs Spankox 'Re:Versions' will debut in the UK on September 8 2008, released by SonyBMG Music Entertainment.
The Elvis vs Spankox 'Re:Versions' album is much more than a remix album. All the songs have been carefully reworked and rearranged using the latest technology but keeping intact the original feel of Elvis' music. The result is an unprecedented approach to the music of The King of Rock 'n' Roll, it's Elvis as you've never heard him before.
September 8 2008 sees the release of a special limited edition of the album, featuring 11 tracks, plus a bonus videoclip of the single 'Baby Let's Play House' (Spankox Re:Version) accompanied by a 24 page booklet and housed in a specially printed PVC case.
Following on from the success of the chart topping Elvis remixes of JXL's 'A LIttle Less Conversion' and Paul Oakenfold's 'Rubberneckin', the Elvis Vs Spankox Re:Versions album will deliver Elvis to a new generation of music fans.