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While many Australasian bands from the 1980s remained cult acts outside of Australia, some, including Little River Band, Men at Work, AC/DC, INXS, Midnight Oil, Hoodoo Gurus, and later Crowded House found wide success throughout the decade. Groups with international hit singles included Real Life with “Catch Me I’m Falling”, “Send Me an Angel”, Divinyls with “Pleasure and Pain”, Big Pig with “Breakaway” and Rick Springfield with “Jessie’s Girl”. Moving Pictures had a hit album with Days of Innocence. Jimmy Barnes and Michael Hutchence performed “Good Times” a song by the Australian songwriting duo Vanda & Young and it was included on The Lost Boys soundtrack. Expatriate Mike Chapman continued his career as a prominent record producer and co-wrote “Mickey” which became a major hit when Toni Basil performed it.