Still Waters is the twenty-first studio album by the pop group the Bee Gees, released on 10 March 1997 in the UK by Polydor, and on 6 May the same year in the US by A&M.
Track Name: Still Waters Run Deep. What once was means of unity Has turned to fodder for a profit spree They're checking pulses and taking notes to force their insolance down your throat.
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Still Waters contains plenty of the disco-derived bass lines that brought Breakbot attention in the first place. But variation is crucial to the record: one of the high-water marks is another piano ballad In Return, which appears near the end of the album. A keyboard sketches a melody, letting notes hang in the air for long periods of time, while the drum plays a dinky beat that barely registers. As Irfane heads into the chorus, the melody cuts a graceful arc that appears lovelier when contrasted with the plodding, unchanging rhythm.
Definition of STILL WATERS in the Definitions. Meaning of STILL WATERS. The album sold over 5 million copies worldwide, peaking at in the UK charts and reaching in the United States. Polydor Records may have hurt the initial sales of Still Waters in the . as most copies were sold out during the first week of release, which caused the album to only debut at The Bee Gees made the album with a variety of top producers, including Russ Titelman, David Foster, Hugh Padgham, and Arif Mardin. The first single off the album, "Alone" was a worldwide hit, peaking at in the UK and in the United States, where it began as a Hot Shot Debut at #34.
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