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In 1988, Survivor released what would be their final studio album of the 1980s, Too Hot to Sleep . Jamison composed several songs on this album, including "Rhythm of the City" and the album's title track. While Jamison and his bandmates believed it to be one of their best works to date (with Jamison citing it retrospectively as his favorite Survivor album  ), Too Hot to Sleep suffered from a lack of promotion from the record label, and while two singles ("Across the Miles" and "Didn't Know It Was Love") charted, it was not as successful as previous Survivor albums. The band then released a greatest hits album to close out the decade and went on hiatus until 1993.
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Jimmy and Spike were both pardoned by the President of the United States after it turned out they'd been right to mistrust Onyx. New Worlds Order Jimmy returned to his garage, where, some months later, he was interviewed about Earth's induction into the Council of Worlds after Baron Ironblood 's attack. Jimmy, after years of dangerous adventures involving the aliens, opined that the government had greatly underestimated the threat that Transformers posed and that Earth was best off alone. Primeless, Part 1