1) 1-2-3 Redlight - by far their top song, it's catchy and an allegory about a lost love that was a prostitute. That prostitute's name? Kiki Dee. Listen closely - the tambourine playing in this song was the inspiration for the cowbell in "Don't Fear the Reaper."
2) Yummy, Yummy, Yummy - a better cover from the Ohio Express original. The song itself was too good to only chart once. It was a statement of support for their gay bass player, and to their LBGT fans, who knew what the lead lyrics, "I got love in my tummy" really meant.
3) Indian Giver - these guys are a bubblegum classic. Who else could combine the innocence of kid pop and ugly racism? No one. Note: they were in an 8-month fight with the record label to maintain the integrity of the album cover. They won.