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Rock's Saxiest Moments

“Who Can It Be Now?,” Men at Work

The world’s introduction to this quirky Australian new wave band was the single “Who Can It be Now?” from the album “Business As Usual,” which won the band the 1983 Grammy for Best New Artist. The band was most defined by the Scottish baritone of Colin Hay and the woodwind playing of Greg Ham, whose sax line in this song remains one of the decade’s most recognizable riffs. —Jeff Royer

(Photo: Dave Hogan, Hulton Archive, Getty Images)

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