Originally a New-Wave band composed of bassist John Crawford, singer Terri Nunn (well-known for having the top half of her hair bleached blonde and the bottom dyed black), keyboard player David Diamond, guitarist Rick Olsen, keyboard player Matt Reid, and drummer Rob Brill. They were successful throughout the early-to-mid-1980s with the EP Pleasure Victim (featuring the song "Sex (I'm A . . .)") in 1983 and the full-length Love Life (featuring "No More Words") in 1984.
Diamond, Olsen, and Reed left before the band's 1986 hit "Take My Breath Away" from the Top Gun soundtrack (and the album Count Three and Pray). The remaining three broke up in 1987, with Crawford and Brill forming a band called The Big F. A version of the band reunited in 1999 to perform a few concerts and put out an album with old songs live and new studio songs, Berlin Live: Sacred & Profane, in 2000. Update October 2003: mkb was kind enough to inform me that they've 'just put out a new album of new material called "Voyeur."
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