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Bee Gees - Staying Alive / How Deep Is Your Love FLAC album

Tracklist

A Staying Alive 4:45
B How Deep Is Your Love 4:02

Notes

This is an unofficial release. Notice there are no songwriting credits, dates, or license info. There is no way a small obscure label like this one would ever have been given the rights to press Bee Gee's material and use the Saturday Night Fever logo without crediting RSO.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
28 14 100 The Bee Gees* Stayin' Alive = Viviendo / How Deep Is Your Love = Amor Profundo ‎(7", Single, Promo) RSO 28 14 100 Spain 1978
RS 8009 Bee Gees How Deep Is Your Love / Stayin' Alive ‎(7") Polydor RS 8009 US Unknown
RS 8009 Bee Gees How Deep Is Your Love / Stayin' Alive ‎(7", Single, 49) RSO RS 8009 US 1986
RS 8009 Bee Gees How Deep Is Your Love / Stayin' Alive ‎(7", Single) RSO RS 8009 US 1980
P10W 30002 The Bee Gees* How Deep Is Your Love / Stayin' Alive ‎(CD, Mini, Single) RSO P10W 30002 Japan 1988


Bee Gees - Staying Alive / How Deep Is Your Love FLAC album

Musician performer: Bee Gees

Title: Staying Alive / How Deep Is Your Love

Country: Spain

Style: Disco

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1145 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

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Akisame
This record, and other supposed "official" pressings of Bee Gees material by More Vinyl clearly look like bootlegs. Notice there is no company address, songwriting credits or an official reference to the RSO film Saturday Night Fever. No legitimate release, especially of a major artist on a major label, would have omitted this information. And it is not a Polydor stamper - compare it to any other legitimate Polydor pressing from the period. Official reissue labels like 12" Gold and Old Gold have company info, like an address, songwriting credits and release info. The More Vinyl issues do not. And look at the poor quality of the graphics. This looks like an amateur cut-and-paste job from other legitimate RSO/Polydor releases and clumsily rearranged. This clearly looks like a bootleg. No serious collector I know over age 40 believes this is not a bootleg.
Akisame
This record, and other supposed "official" pressings of Bee Gees material by More Vinyl clearly look like bootlegs. Notice there is no company address, songwriting credits or an official reference to the RSO film Saturday Night Fever. No legitimate release, especially of a major artist on a major label, would have omitted this information. And it is not a Polydor stamper - compare it to any other legitimate Polydor pressing from the period. Official reissue labels like 12" Gold and Old Gold have company info, like an address, songwriting credits and release info. The More Vinyl issues do not. And look at the poor quality of the graphics. This looks like an amateur cut-and-paste job from other legitimate RSO/Polydor releases and clumsily rearranged. This clearly looks like a bootleg. No serious collector I know over age 40 believes this is not a bootleg.