From Night Ranger's cheesy metal "Sister Christian" to Madness's goofy ska anthem "Our House" to Tiffany's coy teen-pop hit "I Think We're Alone Now," the three-disc I Want My 80's Box! has something for every '80s music enthusiast. Disc 1 kicks off with the Buggles' "Video Killed the Radio Star," which launched the MTV era, and continues to wax nostalgic with classics by Culture Club ("Do You Really Want to Hurt Me"), Blondie ("Rapture"), Toni Basil ("Mickey"), and Soft Cell ("Tainted Love"). And that's just on one disc! The remaining two discs are just as star-studded, with hits from rocker Pat Benatar ("Love Is a Battlefield"), new wavers the Eurythmics ("Sweet Dreams") and Tears for Fears ("Everybody Wants to Rule the World"), and new jack swinger Bobby Brown ("My Prerogative"). So don't be shy. Dust off the lace gloves, the red vinyl jacket, and the "Frankie Says Relax" T-shirt hybernating at the bottom of your closet, and get your Running Man and Cabbage Patch on.