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Elvis In The 90's - Hits From China To Denmark
|Title:||Hits From China To Denmark|
|Label:||Elvis Unlimited Denmark (The Official Elvis Presley Fan Club of Denmark)|
|Release date:||unkown, probably 1992|
A fat jewel case with front-and back insert in black & white - containing the original discs from: |
'Elvis' Golden Records', Hong Kong - and 'Danske Single Hits', Denmark,
Included is also:
The original 'Elvis' Golden Records' 4-pages booklet with blank inside, a foldout inlay in pink with the lyrics and a pocket calendar.
The two booklets from 'Danske Single Hits' - An 8-pages booklet and a 4 pages booklet with available CD's.
A hand numbered 'Certifikat'.
|The 'CERTIFIKAT' in English:
Elvis Presley is still incredibly popular, and his records are still sold in huge numbers all over the world – from China to Denmark.
On January 1st, 1991, 'Golden Records' was finally released in China as the first Elvis release ever in that country. It happened with a delay of more than three decades compared to the Western world.
Within six days 20.000 copies of 'Golden Records' were torn from the shelves, and more than 200.000 copies were sold in China. According to some sources the release was so popular that it leads to an increase in the demand for tape recorders.
Shortly after the release of 'Golden Records' in China, 'Danske Single Hits' was released in Denmark on February 11th 1991 as the first Elvis record exclusively for the Danish market. 'Danske Single Hits' went straight to a second place on the official hit list, and the following week it advanced to the top spot.
'Danske Single Hits' was marketed in ten TV ads and sold in more than 50.00 copies, which was more than enough for a gold record which was presented to Elvis Presley's estate in Memphis.
Elvis Presley's records have sold in over a billion copies around the world. This world record keeps growing day by day, as the demand for Elvis in the 90's is still considerable.
Out of 50 copies only this box is no. 6
This box-set was made by Henrik Knudsen & Erik Trane.
Henrik was back then president for 'The Official Elvis Presley Fan Club of Denmark' – and now president for 'Elvis Unlimited'.