|Title||'Smash Hits — The 80s'||'Here And Now — The Very Best Of The 80s'
|Selling point||"I am over the age of 28, I have some sense of 'brand loyalty' towards a pop entity which no longer exists and I wish to listen to some music which reminds me of a time when life wasn't a constant struggle."||"I am over the age of 28, I like to go out with the girls from work / the gays from work to events featuring 80s pop artistes at huge cattlesheds like Wembley Arena and drink away the fact that life is a constant struggle."|
|What's the sleeve like?||Messy but exciting.||Something you'd find in a petrol station.|
|Number of tracks||57||56|
|What's inside?||A nice fold-out poster thing which features some Kipper Williamzzz cartoons and some Black Type letters.||The worst sleevenotes of all time and not much else.|
|Best track||The Human League — 'Dont You Want Me'||The Belle Stars — 'Sign Of The Times'|
|Worst track||UB40 — 'Red Red Wine'||Dexy's Midnight Runners — 'Come On Eileen'|
|Rating on the 'Popjusticeometer'||8/10||7/10|
'SMASH HITS — THE 80S' WINS!