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2nd to None (also known as ELVIIS: 2nd to None) is a collection of songs by American rock and roll musician Elvis Presley. The album was released by on October 7, 2003 by RCA Records (see 2003 in music) as the sequel to the previous year's highly successful ELV1S: 30 Hits. The album included Elvis's singles that did not appear on the previous release, other notable recordings by the artist, one previously unreleased recording ("I'm a Roustabout") and a remix of "Rubberneckin'" by Paul Oakenfold.
50,000,000 Elvis Fans Can't Be Wrong: Elvis' Gold Records, Volume 2 is a compilation album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor in November 1959. It is a compilation of hit singles released in 1958 and 1959 by Presley, from recording sessions going back as far as February 1957. There has long been some confusion over the actual title of this album
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About ELVIS: 2nd to None. The album sold very well and became another chart topping album in Elvis’s long legacy. ELVIS: 2nd to None Q&A. Producers Chips Moman, Felton Jarvis, Joseph Lilley & 4 more. Writers Aaron Schroeder, Arthur Big Boy Crudup, Ben Weisman & 33 more. Acoustic Guitar Elvis Presley. Arranged By Mickey Newbury.
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2nd to None is the sequel to 2002's 30 Hits, itself an attempt to gather Elvis' biggest number one hits on one disc - which is quite a bit different than all of his number one hits. Elvis simply had too many chart-toppers to fit on one disc, particularly because their definition of "number one hit" was all-inclusive, spanning the globe and Billboard alike, so there were a lot of really good number one hits left behind, not to mention all the great singles - including all of his Sun rockabilly sides - that didn't. climb their way to number one.