If you were born after the 80s, there's an easy way to catch up on what you missed musically. Pop in the Ting Tings' debut album We Started Nothing for an impressive, if short, lineup of pop songs combining catchy lyrics with just the right amount of 80s-esque cheese. The Ting Tings are 20-somethings Katie White and Jules de Martino. Pairing her vocals with his percussion talents, the real-life housemates make cutesy, danceable music covering surprisingly serious topics. For instance, the chart-topping single That's Not My Name is a bouncy outburst against the commercialisation of the music industry. It will delight ageing artists, feminists and teeny boppers alike. Traffic Light is a more ambitious song, combining pop and jazz. Here, White sweetly asks her boyfriend not to halt their relationship like a 'traffic light'. Another favourite is Be The One, where White breathily tells her man she doesn't want to be the one making all the effort: 'I don't wanna be the one/ Only overjoyed/ Yeah I don't wanna be the one/ Making all the noise'. The Ting Tings re-emerged in 2007 after an argument with greedy recording executives several years ago. They may not be new, but they have certainly improved.