In recognition of the 30th anniversary of the hit film and soundtrack "Saturday Night Fever," which propelled the Bee Gees to new commercial heights, Reprise will on Sept. 18 reissue the group's 1979

In recognition of the 30th anniversary of the hit film and soundtrack "Saturday Night Fever," which propelled the Bee Gees to new commercial heights, Reprise will on Sept. 18 reissue the group's 1979 double album "Bee Gees Greatest" with two previously unreleased tracks and four new remixes.

The same day, Paramount Home Entertainment will release a "special collector's edition" of "Saturday Night Fever," featuring new interviews with Bee Gees principals Barry and Robin Gibb.

The new edition of "Bee Gees Greatest" will feature the previously unreleased track "Warm Ride" plus an extended version of "Stayin' Alive" originally issued as a 12-inch promo vinyl single. There are also new remixes of "You Should Be Dancing," "How Deep Is Your Love," "Night Fever" and "If I Can't Have You."

The bulk of the album is drawn from the studio albums the Bee Gees released between 1975 and 1979, which spawned such hits as "Too Much Heaven," "Night Fever," "Love You Inside Out" and "Tragedy."

Here is the track list for "Bee Gees Greatest":

"Jive Talkin'"
"Night Fever"
"Tragedy"
"You Should Be Dancing"
"Stayin' Alive"
"How Deep Is Your Love"
"Love So Right"
"Too Much Heaven"
"(Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away"
"Fanny (Be Tender With My Love)"
"If I Can't Have You"
"You Stepped into My Life"
"Love Me"
"More Than A Woman"
"Rest Your Love On Me"
"Nights On Broadway"
"Spirits (Having Flown)"
"Love You Inside Out"
"Wind Of Change"
"Children Of the World"
"Warm Ride" (previously unreleased)
"Stayin' Alive" (12-inch vinyl promo)
"You Should Be Dancing" (Jason Bentley/Phillip Stier remix)
"How Deep Is Your Love" (Supreme Beings Of Leisure remix)
"Night Fever" (Future Funk Squad remix)
"If I Can't Have You" (Count da Money remix)

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