The more objective among us would probably describe them as more like a Mancunain Hall and Oates
Olé was an album from 1981 towards the later part of their brief flirtation with fame which reached the dizzy heights of number 72 in the UK album charts.
However, I suspect that many of you will recognise the two featured tracks suggesting that not unlike Crowded House and The Beautiful South you probably know more Sad Café songs than you think which is not necessarily a good thing.
Their lead singer was one Paul Young - no not that one - but even worse - this one went on to perform with Mike and the Mechanics.
They limped along to 1990 then disbanded before somewhat sadly and predictably reforming in 1998, 2000 and then in 2012 presumably chasing the somewhat lucrative retro market.
It is amazing how quickly those "musical differences" can be put to one side when there is money at stake.
Sad Cafe - Love's Enough
Sad Cafe -Follow You Anywhere