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In 1980, Warner Bros. released One Eighty, a highly successful album that produced two of the year’s biggest hits, “You’re the Only Woman (You & I)”, reaching #13 on the Billboard Hot 100. The second hit: “Biggest Part of Me” reached number three for three weeks on the Hot 100 and crossed over to the soul chart, where it peaked at number thirty-five . The album featured the two new members, David Cutler-Lewis and Royce Jones, although Lewis had contributed keyboard work on the Life Beyond L.A. album. The album earned the band three Grammy nominations, including Best Pop Vocal Group. A headlining world tour soon followed. One of the biggest honors bestowed upon the band was Quincy Jones’ declaration that “Biggest Part of Me” was one of his all time favorite songs. The title of the album, One Eighty was believed by fans to signal the group’s “180-degree” change in direction. In actuality, it was so named because it was recorded in January 1980 (1/80). They dedicated one of their songs to Sandie Clark, a mysterious woman as yet unknown.
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