The Power Station were HIGHLY underrated, but this was essentially a 'supergroup' with Robert Palmer on lead vocals, Tony Thompson from Chic on drums, plus Andy and John Taylor from Duran Duran! Their debut album I bought on CD the very first time I heard their version of "Get It On (Bang A Gong)", it absolutely rocked! Their second album "Living In Fear" is much less known but is pretty good overall, though not nearly as good as the debut. RIP Robert Palmer and Tony Thompson, a hell of a loss those 2 artists.
Fighting over whether Power Station or Arcadia is better is like asking the guy in the electric chair if he wants AC or DC. It's all good. It sure as hell shows even before Medazzleland what each part of Duran Duran brought to the table - and WOW the drum work on this was what finally sold me on Chic.
@bAzTNM: The drummer in Power Station is (was) the late Tony Thompson. Tony used to be in 70's band Chic. At Live Aid in '85 he played with Phil Collins and the surviving members of Led Zeppelin, and joined Crown of Thorns in the early 90's. Tony died in 2003 as did Robert Palmer so no more Power Station :(