The Bee Gees will be featured in an upcoming box set called The Warner Brothers Years.

The box set will highlight the Bee Gees recordings of the late 80s and early 90s.  Those albums are often overlooked these days because of a resurgence in the popularity of the group's dance/disco recordings from the 70s.

The three Bee Gees albums from 1987 to 1991 will be featured with outtakes, extended versions and rare demos in a five-CD set to be released on April 15th.

Speaking of the Brothers Gibb, here's their all-time biggest hit "Night Fever," which spent eight weeks at #1 in 1978.  It was the second #1 hit from the Saturday Night Fever move soundtrack: