The Innocence was singer-songwriter duo Pete Anders and Vinnie Poncia. As a duo, Anders and Poncia also recorded as The Trade Winds (not to be confused with The Tradewinds, a late 1950s pop group), and they were also members of The Videls. Their best known song as The Innocence is "There's Got To Be A Word!," which became a Top 40 hit in 1967. The Innocence also had a minor hit with "Mairzy Doats" (1967).
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