This was their first album released outside of Australia and New Zealand. It reached #7 on the American charts and illuminates the soft-pop early years that earned the Bee Gees a reputation as sort of Beatles Light. It includes the hit singles "Holiday," "New York Mining Disaster 1941," and "To Love Somebody."
Clear the dance floor, strap on the platforms, and either relive the excitement or try to figure out what it was all about. With more than 40 million copies sold, this remains the best-selling soundtrack of all time.
This was the groups' last album before Maurice Gibb's death. They go back to their soft-pop roots in the title track.