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(Polydor Uicy 2004 Japanese MiniLP)

Studio album by the Bee Gees
Released: October 1981
Recorded: 1981 at Middle Ear studio in Miami Beach
Genre: Pop
Length: 46:04
Label: RSO,Polydor Japan
Producer: The Bee Gees, Albhy Galuten, Karl Richardson

Label: Polydor Japan
Format: CD
Released Date: 2004
Genre : Disco, Pop, Rock & Oldies
Quality: Lossless
Format: FLAC Cue+Log
Scans HQ (complete booklet + covers)
Source: Internet
Size: 308 MB
Download: Rapidshare


All songs written by Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb and Maurice Gibb, except as indicated.

1. "Living Eyes" – 4:20
2. "He's a Liar" – 4:05
3. "Paradise" – 4:21
4. "Don't Fall in Love with Me" – 4:57
5. "Soldiers" – 4:28
6. "I Still Love You" – 4:27
7. "Wildflower" – 4:26
8. "Nothing Could Be Good" (Albhy Galuten, B. Gibb, R. Gibb, M. Gibb) – 4:13
9. "Cryin' Everyday" – 4:05
10. "Be Who You Are" (B. Gibb) – 6:42



1. "Heart (Stop Beating in Time)" - later recorded by Leo Sayer
2. "Heat of the Night"
3. "Loving You Is Killing Me"
4. "Hold Her in Your Hand" - later recorded by Maurice Gibb in 1984 for the soundtrack to A Breed Apart


* Barry Gibb – vocals, acoustic guitar
* Robin Gibb – vocals
* Maurice Gibb – vocals, acoustic guitar
* Steve Gadd - drums

Living Eyes is the Bee Gees' sixteenth original album, released in 1981. The Bee Gees began to break away from the disco sound that was prominent on their work in the mid-late 1970s with this album. However the album was not a commercial success, perhaps due to them being so strongly associated with disco. It sold 750,000 copies worldwide (compared to 16 million copies of their previous studio album "Spirits Having Flown" in 1979), and while it did not sell well in either the UK (#73) or the US (#41), it reached #6 in Norway and #4 in Spain.

It would be the band's final album on RSO Records. The label would be absorbed into Polydor and susbsequently discontinued.

The album also features minimal falsetto vocals (which had become a Bee Gees trademark by that time), with one notable exception being the song "Soldiers". Living Eyes was chosen to be the first ever album to be manufactured on CD for demonstration purposes, as seen on the BBC TV program Tomorrow's World in 1981, and was featured on the inaugural issue of the Compact Disc trade magazine.[1] It was the first Bee Gees album to be released on CD, in early 1983 when compact discs were first commercially available, though few were manufactured. After RSO Records was absorbed by Polygram Records, Living Eyes, ever so ironically, was the only Bee Gees album in their catalog not to be released on CD in the late 1980s, and ultimately became quite rare. To date, there is no word on whether Rhino Records or Reprise Records (who have reissued much of the Bee Gees back catalogue in recent years) will re-release it on CD.

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