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Album Review

Think of *NSYNC meets the Bee Gees and that pretty well tells the story of B3's debut album, which is not a bad thing. Fans of the Bee Gees will probably enjoy this contemporary homage to the group's '70s (and a few '60s) songs — though they're tarted up at times a bit too much with computerized rhythm instruments and synthesizer accompaniment, but all sung with a great deal of passion. The material ranges from "To Love Somebody" and "I.O.I.O.," to "Nights on Broadway" and "Jive Talking," and up to "You Win Again." It's all done with a lot of enthusiasm that is bracing to hear, and overcomes some of the overemphasis on the synthesizers and percussion; even the one original on the album sounds promising, though it's hard to compete with the Gibb brothers as songwriters. Even the late Maurice Gibb apparently took in the group's act and voiced his approval and appreciation.

Biography

Formed: 1999 in Slovakia

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Anyone who wants to carry '70s nostalgia to a step beyond Rhino's Have a Nice Day series might look up the recordings of B3 — the trio, an *NSYNC-style ensemble, formed in New York City by actor/singer/guitarist Rod Michael, singer/dancer John Steven Sutherland, and Timothy Michael Cruz, a singer and model. They recognized their shared appreciation of the Bee Gees' music and worked up an act that encompassed the classic '70s songs of the legendary trio. Their sound was decidedly retro-disco,...
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  • Genres: Pop, Music, Teen Pop
  • Released: 06 March 2001

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