Waite would go on to have huge success with his next album, 1984's No Brakes, which would include the #1 hit "Missing You" and the solid but underrated "Restless Heart." Cool trivia fact: In the music video for "Missing You," there is a scene where a group of people are pointing to a building (around 1:17), a clear reference to the "Change" video.
"Change" was written by hired gun songwriter Holly Knight. Never heard of her? She wrote: Aerosmith's "Rag Doll," Pat Benatar's "Love is a Battlefield," Lou Gramm's "Just Between You and Me" (love that song), Scandal's "The Warrior," Animotion's "Obsession," and Tina Turner's "Better Be Good to Me," among others. Impressive, yo.
Cool trivia fact #2: The song "Change" charted, but not in 1982. In spite of a bunch of airplay on MTV, the song did not break the top 200. However, it was included on the soundtrack of Vision Quest in 1985, re-released as a single, and peaked at #50.
Cool trivia fact #3: Tina Gullickson is the actress featured in "Change." Although she never became a huge star, she has had a successful career as a model/actress/singer. She is currently a singer in the Coral Reefer Band (Jimmy Buffet's backup band).