'Pride (In The Name Of Love)'
The song was originally intended to be about Ronald Reagan's pride in America's military power, but ended up being in tribute to civil rights pioneer Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
'Round and Round'
The video briefly features legendary comedian Milton Berle, whose nephew Marshall Berle was Ratt's band manager at the time.
'It's My Life'
The original version of this 1984 song and No Doubt's ubiquitous 2004 cover were featured in 'Grand Theft Auto: Vice City' and 'Rock Band,' respectively.
The song's producer spliced parts of two different takes to create what Eddie Van Halen calls "The favorite solo [he] never wrote."
The song was used as a theme song to the inaugural 'WrestleMania' in 1985.
'How Soon Is Now'
In 1984, this song was considered an anthem for "Manchester gay club culture."
The music video features supermodel Paulina Porizkova, who later married lead singer Ric Ocasek.
'Time After Time'
The line "the second hand unwinds" refers to producer Rick Chertoff's watch which was winding backwards.
'When Doves Cry'
There is no bass line in this 1984 dance classic, which Prince took out because he considered the bass in the song "too conventional."
The song's hook was changed to "Thriller! In the night..." from the original "Starlight! Starlight sun..."