The song most know is Electric Blue, fitting in perfectly with the eighties using a combination of guitars, keyboard and saxophone. Others may recognize Crazy, which got nowhere near the attention it deserved at the time it came out. It's a gorgeous tune. Man of Colors also got a small bit of notice, but that's about as far as their US success got. So some will soon discover for the first time the haunting song Icehouse. Likewise, Walls has an almost prog feel to it. On the flip side, Big Fun and Nothing Too Serious are, as they suggest, a lot of fun. These are serious musicians, but they aren't afraid to show different sides, to have some fun.
A few other notables here, Miss Divine has been one of their primary sing along songs at concerts. Love In Motion had some chart success for the band; Great Southern Land is often the song that closes their shows. A couple of personal favorites, I really like We Can Get Together, one of their earlier songs; Baby, You're So Strange and No Promises also make my playlists. The band is great with melodic rock songs that border on jazz.
This is a great entry point for those not familiar with the group. The song selection is excellent, with thirty songs there is bound to be something that catches your attention. It's a very talented band that is capable of morphing into many styles. Pick it up and give them a shot, it will prep you for the newly released live album, their first in nearly thirty five years as a band.