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Genre: Rock

Released: Apr 24, 2001

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(13 Ratings)

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This Is Where I Came In – Bee Gees

NameArtistTimePrice
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This Is Where I Came InBee Gees4:56$0.99
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She Keeps On ComingBee Gees3:57$0.99
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Sacred TrustBee Gees4:53$0.99
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Wedding DayBee Gees4:43$0.99
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Man In the MiddleBee Gees4:21$1.29
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Déjà vuBee Gees4:19$0.99
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Technicolor DreamsBee Gees3:04$0.99
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Walking On AirBee Gees4:05$0.99
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Loose Talk Costs LivesBee Gees4:19$0.99
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EmbraceBee Gees4:43$0.99
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The Extra MileBee Gees4:21$0.99
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Voice In the WildernessBee Gees4:39$0.99

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Customer Reviews

The Last Original Bee Gees Album... (5 stars)
This album has two of the best songs written by the Bee Gees - "Wedding Day", and "Sacred Trust". I also like the title song "This Is Where I Came In". Maurice sings lead vocals on the song "Man In The Middle". "Walking On Air" reminds me of The Moody Blues for some reason, but I don't recall a specific song - though it seems to fit the Sur La Mer era. Blake Lewis did perform a truncated

This Is Where I Came In (4 stars)
I recently purchased this album. The only song I was familiar with was "Wedding Day" and " Man in The Middle". I was pleasantly surprised how much I enjoy this album. The songs "This Is Where I Came In" and " She Keeps On Coming" definitely have a Beetle- Type sound which I really enjoy! The love ballad " Wedding Song" is one of my favorites. "Sacred Trust" was new to me and I found

Better Than Expected (4 stars)
Overall, loved the album. Sacred Trust, Wedding Day, Man in the Middle, and The Extra Mile were top notch. Loved Tech Dreams even tho it is a little different from their norm. Worth the $$ and will enjoy on my Ipod and car radio.

Biography

Formed: 1958 in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Genre: Rock
Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

No popular music act of the '60s, '70s, '80s, or '90s attracted a more varied audience than the Bee Gees. Beginning in the mid- to late '60s as a Beatlesque ensemble, they quickly developed as songwriters and singers to create a style of their own that carried them from psychedelia to progressive pop. Then, after hitting a popular trough, they reinvented themselves as perhaps the most successful white soul act of all time. What remained a constant...

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Top Songs By Bee Gees

NameAlbumTimePrice
1.
Stayin' AliveSaturday Night Fever (The O..4:45$1.29
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How Deep Is Your LoveSaturday Night Fever (The O..4:05$1.29
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Night FeverSaturday Night Fever (The O..3:33$1.29
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You Should Be DancingSaturday Night Fever (The O..4:17$1.29
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More Than a WomanSaturday Night Fever (The O..3:17$1.29
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Jive Talkin'Saturday Night Fever (The O..3:45$1.29
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Stayin' AliveThe Ultimate Bee Gees4:43$1.29
8.
Nights On BroadwayThe Ultimate Bee Gees4:33$1.29
9.
How Deep Is Your LoveNumber Ones4:04$1.29
10.
To Love Somebody (Stereo Version)Bee Gees' 1st (Deluxe Versi..3:02$1.29

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