After 35 years of creating some of pop's most memorable songs ("To Love Somebody" and "Night Fever" being just two examples), some acts might just call it a day.

After 35 years of creating some of pop's most memorable songs ("To Love Somebody" and "Night Fever" being just two examples), some acts might just call it a day. But the Bee Gees are obviously still looking forward. With their new album This Is Where I Came In, the brothers Gibb continue to impress with a professional collection of songs steeped in matters of the heart. The set's first single—the guitar-inflected, hook-laden title track—has already been embraced by savvy AC radio programmers; of course, top 40 and crossover stations would likely earn plaudits if they followed suit. While there's hardly a dud here, the '70s-etched "Man in the Middle," melancholic "Déjà Vu," and blissful "Wedding Day" do stand out. The bittersweet "Embrace" finds the trio treading on familiar ground: the dancefloor. And we all know how temperatures rose the last time this trio created music specifically for stepping out on a Saturday night.—MP