Thursday Chart (Prediction) Updates

The Top 3 Combined chart is pretty close, Elvis is only 97 copies behind Tony and Snoop Dogg is only 154 copies behind Tony. As you may notice Elvis is still ahead Tony Chrisite with physical sales counted only. But Tony is ahead Elvis with downloads included: Thrusday Update Singles - Physical sales: New 1 A Little Less Conversation - Elvis Vs. JXL 1 2 Amarillo - Tony Christie Ft. Peter Kay New 3 Signs Snoop Dogg / Wilson / Timberlake Thursday singles - Combined sales: 1 1 Amarillo - Tony Christie Ft. Peter Kay New 2 A Little Less Conversation - Elvis Vs. JXL New 3 Signs Snoop Dogg / Wilson / Timberlake U.S. Billboard Elvis Chart listings for the week ending May 7, 2005. Top Christian Albums - Ultimate Gospel remains at #40 Top Country Albums - Ultimate Gospel down 7 to #67 Top Pop Catalog Albums - Elvis 30 #1's down 2 to #31 Top Country Catalog Albums - Elvis 30 #1's remains at #3 On the Irish Single Chart Elvis is climbs from #44 to #20 with "The Wonder Of You", has a new entry at 26 with "Alll SHook Up" and drops from #26 to #44 with "Crying In The Chapel".
Source: Various / Updated: Apr 28, 2005 
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pacer1965 (profilecontact) wrote on May 1, 2005report abuse
I have not got ALLC.Its only Elvis fans what are buying these. Some fans dont like it. Non Elvis fans dont even know its out. Amarillos a charity single. No radio play or nothing on tv. It will be a miracle if the king gets to number one. Sorry if I sound so negative and some fans cant find it in the shops. What chance has Elvis got of getting to number one with all this against him
Tony C (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 29, 2005report abuse
How are we being conned out of Elvis having a number one record each week? Tony Christie is selling twice what Elvis is, fact. As for the conspiracy theories, is the number one record really that important in this big, wide world?
John4126 (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 29, 2005report abuse
Conspiracy theory? I dont think anyone in the real world gives a toss about who is number one.
ranger (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 29, 2005report abuse
I can live without the chart in 2005 as, judging by the low sales, can most people. However, get real, how do you react to the fact (fact) that many stores deliberately hold back copies of the new single until the second week of release. Why on earth would they do that, if they haven't had some kind of word from the chart compilers/ other record companies/TOTP etc.? The evidence for a 'conspiracy' has been provided on numerous occasions over the last four months. There are four or five further examples on this page alone!
Jim Semple (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 29, 2005report abuse
This is very disappointing news. Getting a bit frustrating now, the same old pattern, the same people buying the records. Surely we can sell more than 23/26 thousand etc ?
get real (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 28, 2005report abuse
conspiracy evidence? If any of you really believe that, then you are nuts. Absolutly bonkers. Conned out of #1 ? I can only imagine what it must be like to live in your crazy la la land.
glynalone (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 28, 2005report abuse
Have you noticed the stickers on the front of the singles have the wrong "Originally #1" date on them. They list the date the singles entered the charts, not the date they finally made it to the top spot. Somebody at BMG been misreading their Guiness Book of Hit Singles?
bossanovababy (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 28, 2005report abuse
Yep,there`s no way we`ll get higher than No.3 and i`m fed up with how often we get conned out of the No.1 spot(insert many expletives)...TCB
glynalone (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 28, 2005report abuse
More conspiracy evidence? Just completed my weekly trek around the local outlets here in North Wales and as usual no sign of the latest single in any of them. However in Asda, which reserves an empty slot in their singles rack at No 20 each week for the latest Elvis release, I noticed a reduced to clear bin. There I found several numbered (all in the 16,000s) copies of Way Down at £2.99. Yet last week no copies were for sale in the store. I asked to see the manager, he wasn't available!
CEP (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 28, 2005report abuse
according to Elvis-express hardly any of the elvis downloads have been counted this week because there is a 'fault' with downloading ALLC.Also i-Tunes the biggest download website does n't even have ALLC. Anyone who has downloaded between Monday and Thursday needs to do so again. HMV sold me a copy of ALLC today even though they are n't on display - they 've been told not to put it out until next week. I think all these little conspiracies mean that ALLC will get to number 3
Tina S (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 28, 2005report abuse
fans I am 16 and I won't let Elvis down here.
Tina S (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 28, 2005report abuse
cmon download A Little Less Conversation make it no1. if all Elvis fan can do it he will have his 22nd no1

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