We gave it a B+
When Tiffany debuted in 1987, she conveyed teenage confusion and blossoming desire in a voice as ratty as her thrift-shop wardrobe. She even spoofed her own mall-rascal image over hot Latin rhythms in ”Mr. Mambo,” a rare B side until now. The other 11 tracks on Tiffany: Greatest Hits, five of which come from her first album, are less obscure. Although Tiffany’s music digressed into adult-ballad careerism, this set mainly proves how unrestrained her sonic youth sounded.