Yeah I was interested in that record since I first heard (of) it. I'm always fascinated by naff bands (or bands who are perceived to be naff) doing something good or collaborating with someone good etc In fact I think I started a thread on the subject once.I'm not really into the Eurythmics at all even in terms of high-budget 80s synthpop
but their first record was produced by Conny Plank at the same time he was producing DAF
Robert Gorl plays on it, as do none other than Jaki Liebezeit and Holger Czukay, and Stockhausen's son Markus
it's kind of post-krautrock meets new wave, definitely a bit off Sweet Dreams etc
on the Old Gray Whistle Test with the man like Czukay on French horn (and a surprisingly ripping flute solo from Annie herself)
anyway, that's the DAF-Eurythmics connection
This krautpunk banger from Robert Palmer is a good example.