Heartbreak Hotel - Elvis Presley, Axton, Mae Boren
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You - Elvis Presley, Kosloff, Lou
Hound Dog - Elvis Presley, Leiber, Jerry
Don't Be Cruel - Elvis Presley, Blackwell, Otis
Love Me Tender - Elvis Presley, Matson, Vera
Love Me - Elvis Presley, Leiber, Jerry
Too Much - Elvis Presley, Rosenberg, Lee
All Shook Up - Elvis Presley, Blackwell, Otis
(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear
Jailhouse Rock - Elvis Presley, Leiber, Jerry
Don't - Elvis Presley, Leiber, Jerry
I Beg of You - Elvis Presley, McCoy, Rose Marie
Wear My Ring Around Your Neck - Elvis Presley, Carroll, Bert
Hard Headed Woman - Elvis Presley, Demetrius, Claude
One Night - Elvis Presley, Bartholomew, Dave
I Got Stung - Elvis Presley, Hill, David 
(Now And Then There's) A Fool Such As I
I Need Your Love Tonight
A Big Hunk O' Love - Elvis Presley, Schroeder, Aaron [1
Track Listings (19) - Disc #2
Stuck On You
It's Now Or Never
Are You Lonesome Tonight?
I Feel So Bad
(Marie's The Name Of) His Latest Flame
Can't Help Falling In Love With You
Good Luck Charm
She's Not You
Return To Sender
(You're The) Devil In Disguise
Bossa Nova Baby
Crying In The Chapel
In The Ghetto
Don't Cry Daddy
Wonder Of You, The
This two-disc collection delivers exactly what it promises: Every Top 10 hit achieved by Elvis Presley during his remarkable reign as the King of Rock & Roll. Beginning with his earliest singles from the mid-'50s--the blue... more »sy "Heartbreak Hotel," the doowop-styled "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You," the folkish "Love Me Tender," and the raucous "Jailhouse Rock"--right through such melodramatic early-'60s chart-toppers as "It's Now or Never" and "Are You Lonesome Tonight," and on to late country-tinged hits as "In the Ghetto," "Suspicious Minds," and his final entry, the mucho macho "Burnin' Love," there's just no getting around Pesley's imposing history and accomplishments. --Billy Altman« less
This two-disc collection delivers exactly what it promises: Every Top 10 hit achieved by Elvis Presley during his remarkable reign as the King of Rock & Roll. Beginning with his earliest singles from the mid-'50s--the bluesy "Heartbreak Hotel," the doowop-styled "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You," the folkish "Love Me Tender," and the raucous "Jailhouse Rock"--right through such melodramatic early-'60s chart-toppers as "It's Now or Never" and "Are You Lonesome Tonight," and on to late country-tinged hits as "In the Ghetto," "Suspicious Minds," and his final entry, the mucho macho "Burnin' Love," there's just no getting around Pesley's imposing history and accomplishments. --Billy Altman
"Had more top ten hits than Elvis and this 2 CD set proves why. From Early rockers like Jailhouse Rock and Hound Dog to polished ballads like Cant Help Falling In Love and Are You Lonesome Tonight to even a single Gospel entry Crying in the Chapel, this wonderful set gives a nice overview of why Elvis's music was and still is so great."
Great Collection Of His Greatest Hits!
Barron Laycock | Temple, New Hampshire United States | 09/12/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This collection of Elvis songs is perfect for someone who is interested in having the best of his single releases. For those of us who grew up hearing these songs being played as the background to the movie of our everyday lives, each brings back some dusty memories; hitching a ride in a friends reworked '51 Ford and hearing "Jailhouse Rock" for the first time, or driving to Pennsylvania for my older sister's wedding and listening to "Don't be Cruel " as we hurtled down the highway. Yet much of this music came relatively later in his career, which is to say after he returned from the Army after a two year absence doing his patriotic duty. So we have quite a mixture of different kinds of Elvis music, for what came after he returned was far less edgy and different than it had been before. Now he seemed to stick much more closely to a formulaic kind of song, much more main stream in songs like "Stuck On You, "Good Luck Charm", and "Return To Sender". Which isn't to say they were not good or that we didn't like them. But a lot of what he recorded in the 1963-67 timeframe was a lot like what everyone else was doing, or had been doing, in pop music. Yet there are some innovative and impressive songs here, such as "It's Now Or Never", which was almost operatic in its delivery. This was a side of Elvis we had never recognized in any of his previous work, and he showed exactly how good a voice he had to work with. So we have quite a range here, from the early work like "Good Rocking Tonight", "Baby, Let's Play House", "All Shook Up", and "Heartbreak Hotel", as well as some softer and more mainstream work like "She's Not You", "Devil In Disguise', and "Suspicious Minds". Anyone giving a good listen to the range on this CD can see just what kind of musical legs this guy had. Enjoy!"
AN AMERICAN LEGEND
Frank Greco | New Bern, N.C. United States | 12/12/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The only reason that , I think, this cd hasn't sold millions more is that RCA keeps pumping out these ridiculous Elvis "HITS" compilations every year! if the public wasn't over saturated with these type releases, then GREAT ones like this could have a better chance to appealing to ALL AGES of NEWER fans and selling ALOT more than the 3x platinum certification it holds now. If your looking for elvis' commercial heyday, it's all here! simply put, it's the best greatest hits cd i have ever owned!"
Life long fan
Kathy Young | alabama | 08/24/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I am a fan of Elvis for many years.....and at 50 years old when I see him or hear him perform on one of his old movies or concerts or just on the radio I get that feeling of when I was young. He will always be the King of Rock and Roll. At one time in my life I owned all his movies and record albums but of all of them this is my favorite. It has the collection of all his famous songs more so that any other collection. Thank you for the opportunity to express my thoughts......"
Proof That The King Need Not Dress Regally To Rule
Anthony G Pizza | FL | 02/29/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
""The Top 10 Hits" comes exactly as advertised. A modest picture of Elvis Presley is on the cover, a list of songs on each disc, when they charted, how high they reached. It contains no previously unseen photos, no essays addressing his historical significance or the ridiculously high pedestal the man (as opposed to his music) rests on in American culture.These two discs contain the songs Presley fans, then and now, most closely identify him (and part of themselves) with. The fast, furious rush of #1 smashes that ignited his career are all here, in chronological order. So too, one Top 10 hit from his movie years (1963's "Bossa Nova Baby"), one gospel song (1965's beloved "Crying In The Chapel") and the final suite from his second creative period in Memphis (the #1s "Suspicious Minds" and Mac Davis' "In The Ghetto," and the wrenchingly sad "Don't Cry Daddy.") This CD puts the most popular songs front and center and shows (for the most part, the passable "Bossa Nova Baby" notwithstanding) that Elvis fans let the cream of his music rise to the top. New fans should start here, older fans know this is not the last Elvis musical stop."