Very rare Japanese-only 8½" x 8" x 4" deluxe black glossy clam shell box with red titles, contains 40 Japanese 3" CDs in 3" x 3" paper picture sleeves and a 38-page book containing track listings and lyrics of each title song in both Japanese and English.
The box was released in a custom-size PVC sleeve with the right edges folded and sealed with simple adhesive tape.
A red sticker with white graphics in Japanese states the retail price at 21,000 Japanese Yen and the bar code.
Also included are the Japanese-only singles "Love Don't Live Here Anymore" (released in 1985) and "Spotlight" (released in 1988).
Every single contains the artwork used in the Japanese releases, some of which are unique to that market and were not used on the international releases.
Many early CDs are in unique sleeves.
Each sleeve is a very simple thin paper sleeve with no spine, flat, and the back only has the track listing and writing credits, nothing more, same graphics for all sleeves, nothing customized. Inside each sleeve, the disc is housed in an inner sleeve made of clear plastic (front) and soft frabric (back).
Warner Music Japan decided to release this box set to commemorate Madonna's single success in Japan. The 3"CD format was shortly to be terminated by Warner in that country and is now a very rare format.