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Vinyl LP pressing. The first single from The Bee Gees' Sep. 1976 album, Children Of The World, "You Should Be Dancing," went to #1 in both the U.S. and Canada. The record, which attained certified multi-platinum status in the U.S., was recorded at Miami's Criteria Studios, albeit this time produced by The Bee Gees, Karl Richardson, and Albhy Galuten. Other hit singles include the uplifting ballad "Love So Right," the provocatively seductive "Boogie Child," and the harmony and-synth-driven title track.
1.1 You Should Be Dancing 1.2 You Stepped Into My Life 1.3 Love So Right 1.4 Lovers 1.5 Keep a Good Man Down 2.1 Boogie Child 2.2 Love Me 2.3 Subway 2.4 The Way It Was 2.5 Children of the World