U.K. Chart Updates

On the U.K. Singles Chart the Rubberneckin'-remix dropped further, this week from #29 to #46. The "2nd To None" CD dropped out of the Album Chart Top 10, from #10 to #24.
Source: DotMusic.com / Updated: Oct 27, 2003 
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Jim Semple (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 29, 2003report abuse
I agree. Considering the large volume of releases in the UK, mainly consisting of the same old songs plus the poorest promotion and marketing campaign of all time (Rubberneckin and 2nd To None), I think the sales figures are quite impressive. Generally, only the hardcore fans will keep buying these releases, BMG need to be a lot more selective and choose say one product a year. If I was BMG / EPE, I would be promoting like crazy next years 68 Comeback Special and Aloha DVD's. This is Elvis at his best and the younger generation would love it.
gribz (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 28, 2003report abuse
Considering all the previous compilations, and all the confusion, it is up to BMG to distinguish these new CD's with advertisng not only to the younger potential fans, but highlight the new technological enhancements of Elvis's hits... Only BMG can, and must do that, and we will see many more great years from and for the King... Get the word out... e-mail BMG.
MV (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 27, 2003report abuse
There are ads for 2nd to none. I've seen one during a football match plus full size poster at a local railway ststion. Perhaps the album will get an increase in sales nearer xmas, then again in England we've had so many compilations like All time Greatest Hits, From the Heart, Essential Hits. 50 Greatest Hits and so on that we can't expect another massive hit.
CapiTrueno (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 27, 2003report abuse
Didn't they say that in november publicity would start in the UK? Alberto
Pharamond (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 27, 2003report abuse
Thank you RCA BMG.

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