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''Silent Letter'' is the eighth original studio album by American folk rock duo America, released by Capitol Records in June 1979. This was the first America studio album following the departure of Dan Peek, the first America release on the Capitol Records label, and the last to feature George Martin as producer. It was also the first album since their debut which had a title beginning with a letter other than H. "Silent Letter" may refer to a "dropped H", as features in some English regional accents.

This album did not do well in the US, only reaching number 110 on the Billboard album chart. It produced three minor hit singles: "Only Game In Town" reached 107 on the Billboard singles chart; and "All My Life" which hit number 48 on the Adult Contemporary chart and was a big hit in Asia; and "All Around" 45 on the Adult Contemporary chart. - Wikipedia