We saw them in San Diego in 1984 I think. Totally danceable. That double bass drum sound fascinates me today even and I watched the drummer wondering how he did it. This band has to have more variations of their songs on so many different compilations of their own songs that, well, I can't think of another band with as many.
Annabella makes this band with her facinating voice. Missed seeing them live in 2004, wish we had, see how they've held up. All these songs are lovely. Can you sample with the listen button? Constant double bass drum like a real jungle sound, then her very clean pure voice singing a variety of love songs with lyrics that sort of have a New York sophistication though, of course, they're from England. They don't really fit being called New Wave, they made their own sound and it's quite fun. No downer songs, not punk, yet the pop about them is nothing sachrine, it's robusto.
I was lucky enough to buy about 6 of their 7"s at a used record swap meet in Long Beach about 1986 all for about $1.50 each. Fun packaging on everything they released usually.
If you don't already own several of their records this is definitely a greatest hits. I admit, I don't have this exact version and I'm intrigued to see what the 12" versions sound like. firstname.lastname@example.org