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Brilliance as usual! Typical for the Bee Gees but different!
on 19 November 2000
This album is wonderful! It has some very good songs and many potential singles.
My favourite song on the album is 'I Could Not Love You More'. It is an excellent slow song and didn't do too bad as a single, getting to number three back in 1997. It shows that the Bee Gees will never go out of fashion and can still write brilliant songs. Barry Gibb is still the best song-writer of all time. The best Bee Gees song ever, in my opinion, is 'For Whom The Bell Tolls', from their 1993 album, 'Size Isn't Everything'.
From this album, the strongest song is probably 'Alone', which has a very up-tempo and catchy tune. Sheer brilliance. It also proved very successful as a single, reaching number 2 in the charts. If you haven't heard this song, you need to, it'll easily convince you to this outstanding album.
Another great song from this album is 'I Will'. It has a calm, almost sensual feel to it. This song was written in 1997, unlike most of the other songs from here, which were penned around 1994.
The album contains many different kinds of songs, all of which have one thing in common- brilliance!
The Bee Gees show that they are still number 1 with this stunning album full of classic songs.
If you haven't got this album already, then you need to buy it! Sample 'Alone' on this website. It's all the convincing you'll need.
If you know the Bee Gees, you know good music, so you'll know that this is bound to be an outstanding album. And you wouldn't be wrong to think that!!!