"Tragedy" hit #1 in America on March 24, 1979, giving the Bee Gees their eight chart-topper in that country. Disco was still going strong, but its days were numbered as the sound had oversaturated the airwaves. The Bee Gees took the brunt of the backlash. Their next single, "Love You Inside Out
," also went to #1, but then disco fell out of favor and their singles stiffed. Anything with the Bee Gees name on it became toxic, so they focused on writing for other artists and were very successful in doing so. Among their hits in this phase: "Woman In Love
" by Barbra Streisand and "Heartbreaker
" by Dionne Warwick.