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At this point, Wright left to try her hand at a solo career with assistance from Rodgers and Edwards , and was replaced by Luci Martin. It was a good time to come onboard; "Le Freak," the first single from sophomore album C'est Chic, was an out-of-the-box smash, spending five weeks on top of the charts toward the end of and selling over four-million copies which made it the biggest-selling single in Atlantic's history.
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Follow-up "I Want Your Love" reached number seven, cementing the group's new star status, and C'est Chic became one of the rare disco albums to go platinum. Queen's number one hit "Another One Bites the Dust" was a clear rewrite, and the Sugarhill Gang lifted the instrumental backing track wholesale for the first commercial rap single, "Rapper's Delight," marking the first of many times that Chic grooves would be recycled into hip-hop records. Also in , Rodgers and Edwards took on their first major outside production assignment, producing and writing the Sister Sledge smashes "We Are Family" and the oft-sampled "He's the Greatest Dancer.
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Changing tastes put an end to Chic's heyday, as Rodgers and Edwards' outside production work soon grew far more lucrative, even despite aborted projects with Aretha Franklin and Johnny Mathis. Several more Chic LPs followed in the early '80s, with diminishing creative and commercial returns, and Rodgers and Edwards disbanded the group after completing the lackluster Believer in Later that year, both recorded solo LPs that sank without a trace.
Hungry for acceptance and respect in the rock mainstream especially after accusations that they had ripped off Queen instead of the other way around , both Rodgers and Edwards sought out high-profile production and session work over the rest of the decade. Edwards wasn't as prolific as a producer, but did join the one-off supergroup the Power Station along with Tony Thompson as well as Robert Palmer and members of avowed Chic fans Duran Duran; he later produced Palmer's commercial breakthrough, Riptide.
Rodgers and Edwards re-formed Chic in with new vocalists Sylver Logan Sharp and Jenn Thomas, and an assortment of session drummers in Thompson's place; they toured and released a new album, Chic-ism.
In , the reconstituted Chic embarked on a tour of Japan; sadly, on April 18, Edwards passed away in his Tokyo hotel room due to a severe bout of pneumonia. Rodgers continued to tour occasionally with a version of Chic.
In , his Sumthing Else label issued a recording of Edwards' final performance with the band, Live at the Budokan. Savoir Faire, a four-disc anthology released in Rodgers' career was boosted once more, through a string of collaborations with Duran Duran and Daft Punk, among others.
He published a memoir, beat cancer, and kept the Chic name alive through high-profile performances, the single "I'll Be There," and plans for a album. Everybody Dance 12" Mix. Strike Up the Band.
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