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Frankie's move to Warner Brothers coincided with his smash hit title song to the musical Grease, which headlines '…Is the Word', while the hit 'Where We Did Go Wrong' leads off 1980's 'Heaven Above Me'. Bob Gaudio is back behind the board for both, too.

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