As the title says. I'm sure there's 20 of these threads, but I haven't seen one lately so how about a new one. As an Elvis newcomer of about a year or so, I know the bad reputation of Elvis' soundtrack recordings, but there's still a lot I'm enjoying. It Happenned At The World's Fair works fine as an album for me and I don't find myself skipping any songs. I can't get "Beyond The Bend" out of my head!!! The musicianship, the hooks, I think it's just a great song. The rest of IHATWF is unoffensive and enjoyable to me. It must be said that on "Take Me To The Fair" someone should've told him to work on his pronunciation of "peanuts". First time I heard it I did a double take, lol. I've also found myself really enjoying the Kid Galahad, Roustabout and Frankie & Johnny material as well. I'm a sucker for a catchy song, so quality be damned, haha. I even enjoy Queenie Waheenie's Papaya on a surface level (though I'd never let anyone know!) Any soundtracks you guys think are perhaps underrated/unfairly hated?