The Bee Gees had only two Top 40 hits before leaving Australia to return to England where they were born. The first hit was Wine and Women
in 1965 and the second, Spicks and Specks
in 1966. After departure, they had enormous international success, particularly in America where Billboard named them the third most successful band after 'The Beatles' and 'The Supremes'.
For more see:The Three Kisses of Love