Elvis Presley Charts Again

'Hound Dog' single is back in the UK Top 20

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Elvis Presley‘s 1956 number one hit ‘Hound Dog‘ – has charted in the UK singles chart once again.

After Elvis Week in August, honouring the 30th anniversary of the singer’s death, the song has entered the music chart at number 14.

The single is part of an Elvis ‘The King‘ reissues campaign – with 18 of the late singer’s greatest hits being re-released on CD and 10″ vinyl.

Other singles that will feasibly re-chart include ‘In The Ghetto‘, ‘Always On My Mind’ and ‘Viva Las Vegas.’

‘The King’ – Elvis compilation is currently at number two in the UK albums chart, having just fallen from the top spot.

A box set of all 18 singles will be made available through SonyBMG as box set too.

The campaign runs through to December.

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