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THE KING HOLDS FIRM AT UK #1
November 13, 2015  -  Official Chart Company / Brian Quinn  /  Elvis Express Radio
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Despite a serious challenge from Little Mix at the start of the week, the king of rock and roll has held on to the top spot of the Official Albums Chart for a second week.

Elvis Presley’s
If I Can Dream, which includes reworkings of his classic hits by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, notched up over 88,603 combined chart sales, beating his first-
week tally of 79,000 (167,603 UK units sold).

This feat means
If I Can Dream has landed the second biggest weekly chart sales of any Number 1 album in 2015, behind Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, who scored 89,110
chart sales with Chasing Yesterday in March.

Elvis has another album returning to the Top 40 this week are Elvis Presley’s Elv1s – 30 Number 1 Hits (37)

ELVIS ON THE UK CHARTS: (as of Nov 13, 2015)
Official Top 100 Album Chart
Number ONE = If I Can Dream: Elvis with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Number 37    = ELV1S - 30 Number 1 Hits
Number 87    = The Platinum Collection

Official Vinyl Album Chart
Number ONE = If I Can Dream: Elvis with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Official Album Sales Chart
Number ONE = If I Can Dream: Elvis with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Number 40    = ELV1S - 30 Number 1 Hits

Official Album Download Chart
Number 4 [1]  = If I Can Dream: Elvis with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Number 67     = ELV1S - 30 Number 1 Hits

Official Vinyl Singles Chart
Number 5 [1]  = If I Can Dream

Official Music Video/DVD Chart
Number 25    = 'The Elvis Collection' [Re-Entry]
Number 37    = 'Elvis: The 68 Comeback Special' [Re-Entry]

Meanwhile, 'If I Can Dream' remains at 1 on the Official Scottish Album Chart and 'Elvis: 30 No.1 Hits' rises from 62 to 29 on the Scottish Album Chart

BILLBOARD USA
While over in the USA, Elvis' homeland, the brand new album has made it's mark on the charts as seen below.

Elvis Presley, the King of Rock & Roll, leads all acts on the Billboard 200 with the most charted albums: 107 (between Aug. 17, 1963 through Oct. 10, 2015). Presley most recently
hit the list with the collection Elvis Presley Forever, which peaked at No. 11 on the Sept. 5, 2015-dated chart. Presley's incredible sum is dozens ahead of the next-largest total, the
73 collected by country titan Willie Nelson.

Billboard Top 200 Album Chart
Number 21   = If I Can Dream: Elvis with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Billboard Classical Album Char
Number ONE   = If I Can Dream: Elvis with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Billboard Album Sales Chart
Number 09   = If I Can Dream: Elvis with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

AROUND THE WORLD
Australian Album Chart - #01.
Dutch Album Chart        - #17.
Belgian Album Chart     - #10.
German Album Chart    - #35.
Irish Album Chart          - #2.
Swedish Album Chart   - #48.
Italian Album Chart       - #95.