Weekend Chart Updates

In Ireland Elvis several single pop up on the single chart again: #22 (from #50) Wooden Heart #24 (re-entry) Are You Lonesome Tonight #28 (re-entry) A Fool Such As I #34 (re-entry) One Night #45 (re-entry) Jailhouse Rock On the Irish album chart the compilation "Love, Elvis" climbs from #63 to #40. On the Irish Music DVD chart the "'68 Comeback Special" climbs from #7 to #4 while the "Aloha" DVD set dropped out of the Top 10. On the CD-UK chart Elvis' latest single, "Rock-A-Hula Baby" has entered the CD-UK chart at #2. Tomorrow we will know if he makes it to #2 too on the Official UK Top 40. CD-UK independent Single Top 5: 01 - Dakota - Stereophonics 02 - Rock-A-Hula Baby - Elvis Presley 03 - Over and Over - Nelly ft Tim McGraw 04 - Get Right - Jennifer Lopez 05 - Star To Fall - Cabin Crew On the Dutch Mega Top 50 chart "His Latest Flame" is a new entry at #39, "Surrender" drops to #43 from #39.
Source: Various / Updated: Mar 5, 2005 
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dailyone (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 7, 2005report abuse
gee can we at sometime be happy . elvis is in the charts and in the top 10 that is wonderful . be positive .
mtm1a (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 6, 2005report abuse
me again! Just a thought,i`m sure this site has given the `official` chart positions by this time on a sunday previously.Does anyone think because it hasn`t that it`s because it`s very close,sales are being double checked,and we may sneak it?
mtm1a (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 6, 2005report abuse
Like i`ve said before,our chart position depends on other releases,and our issue amounts,it has nothing to do with one King`s song being better than another.Rock-A-Hula is very catchy,and the general public,i`m sure,would`ve been humming it for days...if they`d gotten the chance to hear it!
losdemas (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 6, 2005report abuse
get real: yes you are right. It's a damned shame that the singles are in such limited availability, and receive virtually zero airplay. I've heard most of the singles played ONCE on Jeremy Vine's show (Radio 2), bu that's it. I've never seen any of the singles in my local Virgin store, (Reading). Maybe the Irish phenomenon will cross the waters to the UK, and we'll see some re-entries - (but only if the shops decide to stock up) - ???
volvo (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 6, 2005report abuse
Get real, these are some of the competition over the next few weeks; 14/3 - GreenDay, Gwen Stefani, G4, Fatboy Slim, Eric Prydz. 21/3 - Natalie Imbruglia, Will Smith, Mario.
28/3 - Kylie, Rachel Stevens, Avril Lavigne, Hanson, Estelle. 4/4 - Natasha Beddingfield, Mel C, Anastacia. Razorlight, Crazy Frog Chorus!! 11/4 (Wonder of You) - Delta Goodrem, Ciara, Maroon 5. I haven't heard most of these yet, so don't know how good they are, but I know my children will want me to buy the Crazy Frog Chorus!!
asd123 (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 6, 2005report abuse
The last 3 singles won't have a chance to reach the top 3, cause from april 10th on, the downloads will be added to the sales charts. it's dissapointing.. but that's the way it is!
Eddie White (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 6, 2005report abuse
Get Real, You are right. Remember these singles are limited. The other contenders singles arn't. Anyting with sales over 30000 will beat Elvis.
get real (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 5, 2005report abuse
it really has nothing to do with where we can see another # 1 coming from. It has NOTHING to do with the song released. It has to do with how few the other releases sell. the Elvis single can all sell between 25-30k if there are enough copies available. But if any newer act has a relase on that week , then there is not chance for us. Songs like Wonder of you are wonderful and it is maybe his most popular in the UK. But do we know yet who else will release singles the same week that it comes out ?
shakyelvis (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 5, 2005report abuse
mtm1a, ALLC has the best chance of going to #1 again as it will probably get airplay which the others have yet to receive, and as a former #1 in 2002 will probably attract younger fans which the others may not. FTD 44, Rock A Hula Baby is the A-Side as it was a 4 week double A-Sided #1 in the UK in 1961 (just check out the liner notes for 30 #1 Hits). As a result, tomorrow it should register as a double A-Side just like 'ON/IGS'. As for me I will be happy with a Top 3 placing tomorrow, I would think it highly unlikely to be a lower placing. Long Live The King!
Raleighroadace (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 5, 2005report abuse
rock a hula single 4 available at tesco extra swansea. Elvis On Tour rocks and should be available on dvd with remastered picture and sound.
losdemas (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 5, 2005report abuse
mtm1a - you can't see where? Return to Sender, The Wonder of You and (maybe) ALLC. Just my two cents 8-)
FTD44 (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 5, 2005report abuse
why is rock-a-hula baby the A side i thought Can't Help Falling in love would be. Can anyone tell me where i can get a good version of Elvis singing You Can Have her(i have a poor version of an audiance recording and it is too bad what a great version). Finally do we have a release date on Legendary Performer Vol.5 yet? have a great weekend all
mtm1a (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 5, 2005report abuse
We`re usually top on Sat morning,then get cheated out of it by end of the day, so not being NO.1 on Sat morning, like last week, prob means we`ll be NO.3. i`m SOOOO desperate for even just one more, but i can`t see where!
asd123 (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 5, 2005report abuse
Let's wait and see. the shops are open until 8pm. (most singles were sold on weekend)
Eddie White (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 5, 2005report abuse
Four in the Irish top 40. Not bad at all.
ElFan (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 5, 2005report abuse
Rock A Hula Baby is #1 on this weeks MRIB (Market Research Information Bureau) chart - this is the chart used by most of the Sunday newspapers :-)

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