Men at Work
Their first album, Business as Usual, set a record for the most weeks at number one on the U.S. charts for a debut album. As well as "Down Under", the hit "Who Can It Be Now?" was made into a successful and popular video.
The band's second album, 1983's Cargo, was somewhat less successful, reaching number three on the U.S. charts. Two hit singles emerged from that album, "It's a Mistake" and "Overkill". When their third album, Two Hearts, was released in 1985 to little success, the band broke up.
- Colin Hay, lead vocals and guitar
- Ron Strykert, guitar, vocals
- John Rees, bass
- Greg Ham, saxophone, flute, keyboards
- Jerry Speiser, drums