Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Reel To Reel
Size: 10"
Format: 33RPM,

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Elvis Presley The Original U.S. EP Collection No. 4 10" Vinyl (White Vinyl)

Elvis Presley

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RTRLP20322
UPC:
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Special Limited Edition 10" White Vinyl EP!

Part four in a series of Elvis Presley American EPs. Digitally remastered for vinyl and pressed on limited edition white vinyl.

Features:
• 10" White Vinyl
• Limited Edition
• Digitally remastered for vinyl
• Die-cut jacket
• Made in the EU

Selections:
Side A1:
Elvis Volume One (EP)
(US) RCA EPA 992
Released: October 1956

1. Rip It Up
2. Love Me
3. When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again
4. Paralyzed
Side A2:
Love Me Tender (EP)
(US) RCA EPA 4006
Released: November 1956

1. Love Me Tender
2. Let Me**
3. Poor Boy**
4. We're Gonna Move*

*Recorded: 20th Century Fox Studios, Los Angeles, August 24, 1956
**Recorded: 20th Century Fox Studios, Los Angeles, September 5, 1956

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