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Number Ones Extra tracks
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This reissued collection of classic number ones comes in a new slipcase packaging and spans the Bee Gees' entire career from their 60s pop era through their 70s R&B dance era to the meteoric rise they experienced on the wave of the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. Including 20 Bee Gees favourites such as "Stayin’ Alive", "Night Fever", "You Win Again", "Tragedy" and "You Should Be Dancing".
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The song "Man in the Middle" is included as a tribute to the late Maurice Gibb. "Number Ones" features 20-tracks, adding cuts such as "More Than a Woman" and "Islands in the Stream," a 1983 No. 1 hit for Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers. If you buy this early, you'll get the limited-edition CD/DVD combo which includes rare footage of the Bee Gees performing "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart," "How Deep Is Your Love," "Jive Talkin'," "Massachusetts" and "I Started a Joke" (from the U.K. TV show "An Audience With").
In this version, "More Than A Woman" replaces the USA versions "Lonely Days" and adds the tracks, "Immortality" and "Islands In The Stream", which are the same versions that are on "The Record".