The group only managed to release three albums in the 1980's before disbanding, but they left behind a pretty strong collection of 1960's influenced pop, including "If She Knew What She Wants." The song (off the huge 1986 LP Different Light) was released between "Manic Monday" (#2) and "Walk Like an Egyptian" (#1). Although the song reached #29, it did not become a monster hit, and has become something of a forgotten single in the intervening years.
Interestingly, the group recorded two videos for the song. The American version was produced and directed by Susanna Hoffs' mother, Tamar Simon Hoffs (an indie film director who also directed "Going Down to Liverpool.")
The band also produced an international version that seems to have been particularly popular in the UK:
And if that is not enough, "If She Knew What She Wants" is also a cover, as our many astute readers will have deduced. The song was originally written and recorded by Jules Shear, who is also known for writing and recording the original version of "All Through the Night," which hit #5 for Cyndi Lauper in 1984.