At any rate, Outside Looking In stalled at #86 on the album charts, and "Only Love" didn't hit the singles charts. 1989's Home did slightly worse, and while the band continued to release albums and tour, they gradually became a successful working band (their albums tended to chart in the top 200, but not by much).
The band did get a second break, when their song "Closer to Free" was used as the theme to Fox's Party of Five TV show. The song went to #16 on the Billboard singles charts in 1996, three years after it had been originally released as the lead single from the band's 1993 CD, Go Slow Down. [By the way, the Rembrandts followed a remarkably similar path in 1994 when they wrote "I'll Be There for You" for NBC's Friends.]
While the video for "Only Love" is a basic performance shoot, it is one of the best videos of this type -- nothing fancy, but really well-shot, and the use of still images is quite effective.
Cool trivia fact: Jerry Harrison (of Talking Heads fame) produced Outside Looking In.