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1983 release featuring "Why Not?" for which the group won a Grammy. The group mixes up their sound, fronting a keyboard driven band and singing nearly all original material that could best be described as adult contemporary pop. Big production values augment the Transfer's four part harmonies; the songs range from the feel-good anthem, "Code of Ethics," written for the 1984 Olympics, to the sentimental "Goodbye Love," which is believable because of the sincerity of the vocal. "The Night That Monk Returned to Heaven" is noteworthy for it's enigmatic chord voicings. "Spice of Life" is a dance number; "Mystery" a mid-tempo ballad; both songs could (of should) have been Top 40 hits, sort of a Manhattanesque Miami Sound Machine!

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1) Spice of Life
2) This Independence
3) Mystery
4) American Pop
5) Soldier of Fortune
6) Code of Ethics
7) Malaise en Malaisie
8) Down South Camp Meetin'
9) Why Not!
10) Goodbye Love
11) Night That Monk Returned to Heaven the

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