The production celebrates Elvis's music, as seen through the eyes of a woman, with songs ranging from his 1976 debut album, My Aim Is True, to his recent album, All This Useless Beauty.
What does ATUB stand for?
ATUB stands for All This Useless Beauty (musical album)
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The opening song, All This Useless Beauty, from his 1996 album recorded with The Attractions, however, began with the simple strum of an acoustic guitar.
Kicking off with the haunting All This Useless Beauty, the first half showcased some of Elvis' more experimental works, including How Deep Is The Red, She Handed Me A Mirror and He Has Forgotten Me Completely from Secret Songs, written for the Royal Danish Opera about Hans Christian Anderson.