|To the Max|
|Studio album by|
|Released||August 1982 |
January 1983 (re-release)
|Producer||Con Funk Shun, Gordon DeWitty|
|Con Funk Shun chronology|
To the Max is a 1982 album released by R&B band Con Funk Shun.
|1982||To the Max||115||9 (1983)|
|1982||"Ain't Nobody, Baby"||31|
|1983||"Ms. Got the Body"||15|
|"You Are the One"||47|
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