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August 8, 1997 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Love him tender. The Elvis business--and it's big, big business--is ripe for ridicule, on its best days burgeoning with excess that is anything but tasteful or pristine. Even in death, the King remains more than a mere cash cow. He's an entire herd, resonating posthumously not only as a pop culture and music icon but also as a vast, eclectic, hugely profitable merchandising sprawl of movies, books, tapes and other mementos that naturally has metastasized to the Internet.
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August 8, 1997 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Love him tender. The Elvis business--and it's big, big business--is ripe for ridicule, on its best days burgeoning with excess that is anything but tasteful or pristine. Even in death, the King remains more than a mere cash cow. He's an entire herd, resonating posthumously not only as a pop culture and music icon but also as a vast, eclectic, hugely profitable merchandising sprawl of movies, books, tapes and other mementos that naturally has metastasized to the Internet.
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