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The Bee Gees - 1993 - The Size Isn't Everything

Size Isn't Everything is the Bee Gees' twentieth studio album. It was released in the UK on September 13, 1993, and in the United States on November 2, 1993.This album marked Bee Gees' return to Polydor Records after their 3-album contract with Warner Bros. Records. The album was recorded during a time of considerable strain for the Gibb brothers, with Maurice Gibb still struggling with alcoholism and Barry Gibb's wife and prematurely newborn daughter both in ill health. Barry himself was also scheduled to have back surgery. Then on March 5 1993, the brothers' father, Hugh Gibb, died. The date coincided with the birthday of their late brother Andy who had died in 1988. On August 9, 1993, the album's first single, Paying The Price Of Love, was released in the UK and peaked at #23. The album peaked at #33 in the UK in late September. It then disappeared from the charts, only to return in December 1993 when the album's second single, For Whom The Bell Tolls, became a UK Top 5 hit. The album then peaked at #23. In all, the album spent 16 weeks inside the UK Top 100 and was certified Gold by the BPI for sales of over 100,000 copies.

01- Paying The Price O
02- Kiss Of Life
03- How To Fall In Lov
04- Omega Man
05- Haunted House
06- Heart Like Mine
07- Anything For You
08- Blue Island
09- Above And Beyond
10- For Whom The Bell
11- Fallen Angel
12- Deeadance

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