Tragedy: All Metal Tribute to the Bee Gees doesn't just cover Bee Gees songs, it totally reinvents them. Since its formation in 2007, the group's covers of "Stayin' Alive" has become a head banging anthem and "You Should Be Dancing" has grown into a seven minute epic complete with a spoken-word satanic breakdown "...these are some very sick babies, so sick that they're dead and evil..." as well as an homage to Black Sabbath's "Iron Man" at the very end of the song. All five members, led by Barry Glib [instead of Gibb] are excellent musicians and on stage rock harder than any other group you've seen wearing glitter, tights, make-up and flying V guitars. The group puts on a elaborate stage show featuring dancers and costume changes. Tragedy released its debut record We Rock Sweet Balls and Can Do No Wrong in 2008.
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