I personally feel "Time to Say Good Bye" is anomolously 10x better than the rest of their tracks, but I was pleasantly surprised by a few other songs like "Indio Boy" sounding like a forgotten ABBA track and "Catch Me Tiger" like an alternate take on some sleazy Donna Summer collaboration. Good stuff.
I didn't know any of their recordings, except the few most popular ones until now, nor that the band was related to Sandra. Until I got a casette with Why No Reply about two years ago. Now I find that the music is very much in tune with who I am. Lots of unknown tracks from the 1980s, which were never formally announced on the radio.
These lines apply to may situations in life: "Why no reply? Why don't you let me be close to you?" "Auto line. Auto line." "Over and over I'm trying..." Auto line.
although nearly every song they ever did was as catchy as fuck, their sixth album "caballero" from 1982 really hits the mark unlike any other. it's just perfect pop song after perfect pop song. i don't think they ever topped it.