The Tourists: Reality Effect(1979)
I don't think they enjoyed any chart success here in the States, and presumably they'd be mostly just a footnote today but for the presence of a couple interesting members -- Annie Lennox on vocals and Dave Stewart on guitar. Yeah, the guys who'd later become The Eurythmics and make a shit-ton of money at the dawn of the MTV age.
Stripped of the curiosity factor of seeing Lennox/Stewart in an early incarnation, would the Tourists be worth a mention? Maybe. They weren't bad. As I said, a little generic, but fun enough. Lennox splits vocal duties with primary singer-songwriter Peet Coombes, taking lead on a few tracks and otherwise providing harmonies, but she definitely gets your attention when she steps to the mic (visually, at the very least). 1979's eponymous debut is ok, a little nondescript, but for the second and better album later that year, Coombes wisely gave Lennox a little more time at the mic (while retaining songwriting duties). It's a little brighter and more upbeat as well, mostly guitar-based pop with some obligatory new wave synths.
Here's the video for the single, "So Good To Be Back Home Again." Pretty catchy, right?