The Warner Bros. Years Five-Disc Set Includes Three Studio Albums, Rare Demos And Outtakes, Plus The Debut Of The Entire "One For All" Concert. "The Warner Bros. Years 1987-1991" begins with the group's 17th album "E.S.P." (1987). Well-received throughout Europe, "E.S.P." included the hit single "You Win Again," which topped the charts in England. This set features all 11 original albums tracks, plus five bonus cuts, including the demo, extended and edited versions of the album's title track. The Bee Gees returned two years later with "One" (1989). While recording the album, tragedy stuck the Gibb family when their brother Andy died unexpectedly. Soon after, the group wrote "Wish You Were Here" for Andy and dedicated the album to him. "One" generated several singles, including the title track, which cracked the U.S. Top Ten. Several different versions of the song are included as bonus tracks, as well as "Shape Of Things To Come." "High Civilization" (1991) is the final studio album featured in THE WARNER BROS. The album sold more than 1 million copies and landed "Secret Love" at #5 on the UK singles chart. The album has been newly remastered to authentically replicate the original studio sound the band achieved while recording. In 1991, the Bee Gees released the concert video "One For All." It was recorded in 1989 in Melbourne, Australia, the last stop on the group's "One For All World Tour." During the concert, they performed songs that spanned the group's vast catalog. Over the years, some of the performances have surfaced on various collections, but this marks the first time that audio of the entire concert will be available.