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UNDERSTANDING THE CHARTS
These lists represent single songs and albums which charted well during Elvis' lifetime. As we all know, there have been dozens of posthumous repackagings which have also done well.

Gold record Means that the album or single has been awarded Gold status by the RIAA.
Platinum record Means that the album or single has been awarded Platinum status, sometimes multiple, by the RIAA.

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[Nous aimons Elvis]


[1956]
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ALBUMS
Elvis Gold record
Elvis Presley Gold record


Fun Fact!

Elvis Presley’s 1956 classic “Hound Dog/Don’t Be Cruel” becomes one of the top certified singles of all time with sales of four million. It is the only single released prior to “We Are The World” in 1985 to reach quadruple-platinum status.
SINGLES
Heartbreak Hotel Platinum recordPlatinum record
I Was the One Platinum recordPlatinum record
(with Heartbreak Hotel)
Hound DogPlatinum recordPlatinum recordPlatinum recordPlatinum record
Dont Be Cruel Platinum recordPlatinum recordPlatinum recordPlatinum record
(with Hound Dog)
Love Me Tender Platinum recordPlatinum recordPlatinum record
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You Platinum record
When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again
Anyway You Want Me
(That's How I Will Be)
Blue Suede Shoes Gold record
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[BIR LIEBEN ELVIS]


[1957]
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ALBUMS
Peace in the Valley
Loving You Gold record
Just For You
Elvis' Christmas Album Platinum recordPlatinum recordPlatinum record


Fun Fact!

Elvis' top-selling titles, both of which are certified at the 6-million level, are “Elvis’ Golden Records,” which is the best-selling album of the 1950s, and “Elvis’ Christmas Album,” the 1970 adaptation of his classic 1957 holiday release.
SINGLES
Jailhouse Rock Platinum recordPlatinum record
Treat Me Nice Platinum recordPlatinum record
(with Jailhouse Rock)
All Shook Up Platinum recordPlatinum record
Love Me
Too Much Platinum record
Teddy Bear Platinum recordPlatinum record
Loving You (with Teddy Bear)Platinum recordPlatinum record
Elvis Presley
CD-Sun Sessions
(Limited Edition) (Remaster)


Elvis Presley
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[ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED]


[We Love Elvis]


[1958]
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ALBUMS
Elvis' Golden Records
Platinum recordPlatinum recordPlatinum recordPlatinum recordPlatinum recordPlatinum record
King Creole Gold record




Fun Fact!

On March 14, 1958, the first year the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) awards were launched the very first Gold plaque was awared to Perry Como for his hit single, "Catch A Falling Star". Four months later, the cast album to Oklahoma! sung by Gordon Macrae became the first official Gold album.
SINGLES
Don't Platinum record
I Beg You (with Don't)Platinum record
Wear My Ring Around Your Neck Platinum record
Doncha Think It's Time Platinum record
(with Wear My Ring Around Your Neck)
Hard Headed Woman Platinum record
I Got Stung Platinum record
One Night (with I Got Stung) Platinum record
Elvis in Jail House Rock
Jailhouse Rock [Blu-ray]

Elvis Presley - King Creole
DVD- King Creole





[1959]
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ALBUMS
For LP Fans Only




Fun Fact!

On March 25, 1958 Elvis was inducted into the U.S.Army and assigned serial number 53310761. In September of 1958 he began his 18 month assignment in West Germany, where in late 1959, he met Priscilla Ann Beaulieu.
SINGLES
(Now and Then There's) A Fool Such As I Platinum record
I Need Your Love Tonight Platinum record
(with A Fool Such As I )
A Big Hunk of Love Platinum record
My Wish Came True Platinum record
(with A Big Hunk of Love)
 Elvis Presley at Sun Records
BOOK
Good Rockin' Tonight :
Sun Records and the Birth of Rock 'N' Roll

by Colin Escott, Martin Hawkins, Sun Records


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