Future Bound is the sixth album by Americansoul/R&B group Tavares, and the third and last to be produced by Freddie Perren, released in 1978 on the Capitol label. Critical reaction, whilst generally positive, tends to the view that Future Bound is one of the group's more lightweight albums. The album includes Tavares' version of the Bee Gees' "More Than a Woman", which had been featured in a memorable sequence of the box-office phenomenon Saturday Night Fever and had already been available on the soundtrack album of the film for several months prior to the release of Future Bound. "More Than a Woman" had peaked at #32 on the Billboard Hot 100, but no other single from the album registered on that chart (although "The Ghost of Love" in its edited version was a top 30 hit in the United Kingdom). Future Bound also fell short of the top 100 albums chart.