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Sari and the Autobots had to calm Bulkhead down when Porter C. Powell began to market Bulkhead's alt-mode as a vehicle for the everyday citizen, and further rubbed salt in the wound by using highly-doctored footage to have Bulkhead "promote" the vehicle. When Ratchet discovered that the "Bulkhead" vehicles were road-hazards, Sari and Bulkhead disguised themselves and entered a "Pimp my Bulkhead" contest to expose Powell's lies. Customizing Bulkhead to look like a shrine to Powell, Sari-in-disguise insisted that Powell check out her vehicle's interior. Bulkhead then took off, and had Powell admit on-camera that his vehicles were dangerous. Sari would later watch an announcement on television announcing that the Bulkhead line was being recalled. The Insincerest Form of Flattery

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"Where Did Our Love Go" was followed by four consecutive US number-one hits: [11] " Baby Love " (which was also a number-one hit in the UK), " Come See About Me ", " Stop! In the Name of Love " and " Back in My Arms Again ". [30] "Baby Love" was nominated for the 1965 Grammy Award for Best R&B Song . [31]

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Around the turn of the century, Greene moved back to the States, and in 2002, she finally released her first solo album, No Fear Here. Two singles and a video were released to critical acclaim. Greene penned most of the album herself. Susaye Greene released her second solo album, Brave New Shoes, in 2005.

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