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King Of Hearts ~ Roy Orbison
King Of Hearts ~ Roy Orbison
Only recently at the age of 25 have I really discovered Roy Orbison and I can say I am truly blown away by him! The man is a legend. I especially love this album. After the 1st play I was hooked on it. You're still the one, We'll take the night, I drove all night, Crying, Life fades away are all mind blowingly good. If like me you want to discover Roy's Music, after a greatest hits this is a great starting point! Long Live Roy!!! Gone but never forgotten.
Elvis: 2nd To None ~ Elvis Presley
Elvis: 2nd To None ~ Elvis Presley
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
What A Fantastic follow up too last years chart topping album Elv1s - 30 #1 hits. Everything about this album is great from the track listing spread nicely out through Elvis' career like a story to thefantastic bonus tracks which inclued the recent top 5 smash 'Rubberneckin'' ans the recently discovered track 'I'm A Roustabout'. The sound quality on this album really is SECOND TO NONE. The best tracks in my opinion are: I Want You, I Need You, I Love You, Mean Women Blues, King Creole, Trouble, Little Sister, Bossa Nova Baby, Viva Las Vegas, If I Can Dream, Kentucky Rain, Always on My Mind, Promised Land & Moody Blue.
I gurantee, if you enjoyed 30 #1 Hits you will love this album… Read more
Rubberneckin' (Paul Oakenfold Remix) ~ Paul Oakenfold
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
This is a great re-mix of a generally forgotten Elvis track. Paul Oakenfold has done a great job bringing the 1969 recording in to the year 2003. The song still has the same original feel to it but with more bite added. The single features the Radio Edit (Which will feature on the new Elvis-2nd To None album), the 12" Extended version (which has great guitar solos featured at the begining and end of the song) and the Original version (which was the B side to Don't Cry Daddy in 1969 and featured on the Elvis Movie Change Of Habit, still sounds great).
This song is a great follow up to last years smash A Little Less Converstion and although will probably not be as big of smash I'm… Read more

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