From 1986, please enjoy future Rembrandts honcho Danny Wilde in his pre-Friends days, and a big guilty pleasure of mine, "Isn't It Enough."
You know what to do -- just click on the play button below.
This was a big MTV hit back in the day (the video is available for viewing over at YouTube) but for some reason the album it's from has never been on CD. I actually got the song from the old Napster back in 2000; I'm guessing it's a rip from vinyl.
That said, despite the occasional overheated 80s lyric (that crap about "your fire" makes me cringe) I still think this is a terrific record, with very cool guitar riffage and a hauntingly impassioned vocal. Plus the titular chorus strikes, for want of a better word, a chord in me, but that probably has more to do with the state of my pathetic love life in the late 80s than perhaps I need get into. Let's just say that I can identify with what the poor sad bastard in the song is going through.
In any case, you can download it HERE; as always if the authorization has expired before you get there, just e-mail me for the mp3. I think you can also download it from the divShare link, and apparently their authorizations don't expire, so take your pick.