Let the Sunshine In is the sixteenth studio album by Diana Ross & the Supremes recorded and released by Motown in 1969. It contains the hit single "I'm Livin' in Shame" (the sequel to 1968's number-one hit "Love Child"), "The Composer," a Smokey Robinson composition that peaked at #27, and "No Matter What Sign You Are," - a single produced by Motown chief Berry Gordy that failed to crack to Top 30 (peaking at #31). Though the album was released when the group consisted of Diana Ross, Mary Wilson, and Cindy Birdsong, original founding member Florence Ballard (whom Birdsong replaced) appears on two songs. One track from this album, "Let The Music Play" was an outtake from the I Hear a Symphony album recording sessions and therefore features backing by Ballard, who was fired in 1967, two years prior to the release of this album. The other track, "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted," was recorded by the Supremes in 1966. According to Motown data this album sold over 625,000 copies in the USA.