Lisa Marie Presley's debut album has failed to match its moderate American success in Britain - the LP has sold just 7,000 copies in the UK.

Lisa's long-awaited recording TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN was heavily publicised in Britain - a country her legendary father ELVIS only visited for a couple of minutes - but lead single LIGHTS OUT dropped from the charts two weeks after reaching number 16.

The album peaked at a lowly number 52, with sales already tailing off.

30/07/2003 21:12