Hi! I think you would like a Haywire Greatest Hits. Each of their 4 albums was different ("Bad Boys" (1986) was straight from the Honeymoon Suite school of AOR, "Don't Just Stand There" (1987) was more pop along the lines of Glass Tiger's "Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone)", "Nuthouse" (1990) was their attempt at toughening their sound into a Poison/Gypsy Rose/Warrant style and their final album "Get Off" (1992) saw them switch gears yet again in favour of an Extreme funked-up approach. Their Wired: the Best of Haywire covers the highlights of all 4 albums. If you still crave more after listening to that, then I would suggest seeking out the album from the particular career phase you enjoyed the most. As a Canadian, the 3 later CDs are readily available and I'd have no trouble getting them for you. The Greatest Hits is a little more hard-to-come by but by no means rare. The first CD is the most difficult to locate, although I believe there's a sealed copy at Sam the Record Man in downtown Toronto just waiting...
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