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Men At Work: Super Hits

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Album Review

Probably the best Men at Work disc that the casual listener will ever need, while the die-hard fan already owns all this material anyway. As part of the Sony Super Hits budget series, these ten tracks are the original hits from this early-'80s Australian band. "Who Can It Be Now," "Down Under," "Overkill," and "It's a Mistake" are all included.

Customer Reviews


DOWN UNDER - one of the greatest songs eva! An excellent collection of the best Men @ Work songs! My favs in order 1.) DOWN UNDER!!!!!! 2.)Who Can It Be Now? 3.)Overkill 4.)Sail to You

Amazing songs

If you like Men at Work, check out the acoustic releases from the man behind the band. I just stumbled upon them here on iTunes and realized how amazing these songs are. Hauntingly beautiful and so familiar. Search for Colin Hay... Try "Down Under" and "Overkill"...

Poor Song Selection

I'm a HUUGE Men at Work fan and finally they're on iTunes. But, sadly, this comp ain't the one. First, out of ten songs, FOUR are from the poorly received "Two Hearts" album? It would be okay to include Everything I Need but the rest of the songs should be from Business as Usual and Cargo. Speaking of which, where is "Dr. Heckyl and Mr. Jive?" Or Underground, or High Wire, or Helpless Automation? Skip this comp...


Formed: 1979 in Melbourne, Australia

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Men at Work were one of the more surprising success stories of the new wave era, rocketing out of Australia in 1982 to become the most successful artist of the year. With its Police-styled rhythms, catchy guitar hooks, wailing saxophones, and off-kilter sense of humor, the band's debut album, Business as Usual, became an international blockbuster, breaking the American record for the most weeks a debut spent at the top of the charts. Their funny, irreverent videos became MTV favorites, helping send...
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