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Number Ones [Bonus Track]

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Bee Gees 11/9/2004

Review

The problem with the recent spate of "number one" collections from the pop elite -- the Beatles, Michael Jackson, and now the Bee Gees -- is that they're consistently marketed as "greatest-hits" collections. The conceptual weight of "number one" singles for the average listener is about as heavy as the slabs of wax they came out on, and compiling an entire record around them only shines the spotlight on the tracks that suffered the cut. In the Bee Gees' case, it's the omission of classics like "Nights on Broadway," "New York Mining Disaster 1941," "If I Can't Have You," and "More Than a Woman" -- the latter does appear on the European versions -- that causes Number Ones to pale in comparison to 2001's highly superior Their Greatest Hits: The Record. ~ James Christopher Monger
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Massachusetts Bee Gees 2:21
  3. 2 World Bee Gees 3:13
  4. 3 Words Bee Gees 3:14
  5. 4 I've Gotta Get a Message to You Bee Gees 2:49
  6. 5 I Started a Joke Bee Gees 3:7
  7. 6 Don't Forget to Remember Bee Gees 3:26
  8. 7 Lonely Days Bee Gees 3:45
  9. 8 How Can You Mend a Broken Heart? Bee Gees 3:55
  10. 9 Jive Talkin' Bee Gees 3:43
  11. 10 You Should Be Dancing Bee Gees 4:14
  12. 11 Love So Right Bee Gees 3:33
  13. 12 How Deep Is Your Love Bee Gees 3:59
  14. 13 Stayin' Alive Bee Gees 4:43
  15. 14 Night Fever Bee Gees 3:26
  16. 15 Too Much Heaven Bee Gees 4:53
  17. 16 Tragedy Bee Gees 4:59
  18. 17 Love You Inside Out Bee Gees 4:6
  19. 18 You Win Again Bee Gees 3:59
  20. 19 Man in the Middle Bee Gees 4:18

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