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|ELVIS IS BACK ON THE U.S. CHARTS
August 25, 2015 / Artlyst / Elvis Express Radio
“Return to Sender”? Not this album.
Customers of the U.S. Postal Service snapped up enough copies of the service’s exclusive new “Elvis Presley Forever” music compilation, released last week in conjunction with the
new Elvis Presley Forever postage stamp, to place it at No. 11 in its first week on Billboard’s 200 Albums chart.
The 18-track CD, which sold 27,000 copies last week, spans Presley’s career from his 1954 Sun Records recording “That’s All Right Mama,” through his early 1970s hits “Burning
Love” and “The Wonder of You,” and includes previously unissued versions of “If I Can Dream” and “What Now My Love.” “Elvis Presley Forever” is being sold at Postal Service
locations and online for $9.99.