In this case I would answer with a deafening YES! This oddity was released in the UK in 1982 and somehow reached #5 on a chart populated with all manner of insipid catchiness. It was "New Wave" group Japan's biggest hit, a feat made even stranger by its combination of haunting ambience, Stockhausen-esque electronica, and ambiguous lyrical content. This was Pop reconfigured by an avant garde sensibility held aloft by an oddly compelling, yet hardly memorable chorus, and a finely tuned sonic architecture. Who could resist this wonderful hybrid, one that scattered Rolands, Sequential Circuits, and Oberheims in its wake.