We all know that the 1980s and '90s had some of the best pop music of our lifetimes. But which decade had the songs that can still make your feet move? That very question will be answered at New York's The Cutting Room as a cover band and a DJ face off. Stifler's Mom pays homage to the last decade of the 20th century with its very own "Band Camp" horn section. With grunge hits from Pearl Jam, ska from No Doubt, pure pop from the Spice Girls, hip-hop from The Notorious B.I.G. and more, Stifler's Mom gets the party going with props, crazy costumes, movie clips, sound bites and plenty of other GenX/Y madness. DJ Gerotica will be representing the '80s, spinning the "best aural bon bons" from the Age of Excess.