Translator: Heartbeats & Triggers (1982)
It's an album that deserves more credit as central to that early/mid-80s college radio sound, definitely worth checking out even if only one half or the other appeals to you.
They had 3 more albums in the 80s, all solid, increasingly moving towards the more melodic, jangly side of their sound (particularly the excellent self-titled 1985 release). There's also a terrific "best of" compilation called Everywhere That We Were from 1996 which does a nice job of cherry-picking the best tunes.
The band has reformed a few times since then, releasing a few new records over the years, though I'm not as familiar with those.
Here's the MTV-ready video for "Everywhere That I'm Not":And here's a live performance of "When I Am With You" from 2009: