Thank goodness for Columbia House. The "12 cassettes for a penny" deals helped me build a healthy music collection back when I was a teen with minimal spending cash. That's how I landed All of this and Nothing, the Psychedelic Furs compilation album that serves as a fairly comprehensive selection of their best cuts.
The Furs' last studio album, World Outside was good enough to make the top 100, but it's hard to beat a collection that has "The Ghost in You," "Love My Way," and "Pretty in Pink."
All of this and Nothing is wall to wall 80s alt/rock/pop that (if you're an 80s kid) you'll recognize instantly. Richard Butler's raspy croak shouldn't work, but it does. The warbling saxophone shouldn't work, but it does. The wall of bass and guitars should work, and it does.