The Bee Gees immense musical legacy influenced pop culture for more than five decades. Over that time they sold in excess of 110 million albums, produced 19 No. 1 hits, and earned 16 Grammy award nominations and an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The band was already an established hit maker when they launched the dance craze of the late-70s and helped define an era with the Grammy-winning phenomenon that was the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. The Gibb brothers' timeless contributions to the 1977 release - "Stayin' Alive," "How Deep Is Your Love," "Night Fever," "More Than a Woman," "Jive Talkin," and "You Should Be Dancing" - helped drive the album past the 40 million mark, reigning supreme as the top-selling album in history until Michael Jackson's Thriller – an album that the King of Pop acknowledged was inspired by Saturday Night Fever – surpassed it in the '80s.