80s Heaven Photo Blog
This page features the latest posts from my 80s Heaven blog which is on Tumblr. Click Here to see the blog in all it's full glory at tumblr, and follow me to keep up with the latest posts. Or you can just view all the posts on this page if you prefer - Click "next" at the bottom of the page to see more pages.
This blog replaces the 80s Daily blog that was published on Blogspot due to a number of issues, including the Google search engine having problems picking up posts from the blog, despite the blog being published with Google's own blog creator!
However, I will be porting many of the posts over to simplyeighties, so watch out for lots of new video pages in the coming months.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy viewing the 80s Heaven posts
Rewind to the 80s - 80s music, cars, video games, computers, tv and more!
Officially licensed Clangers retro unisex T-shirt - Retro Tees
Look-In magazine July 31st 1982 ft. Lee Majors as The Fall Guy
80s Pattern Fanny Pack (Belt Bag / Waist Pack / Bum Bag)
Duran Duran Planet Earth 7″ vinyl (1981)
Grange Hill Annual 1985 - Suzanne Ross, Christopher “Stewpot” Stuart, Claire Scott and Douglas “Pogo” Patterson.
Leyland Trucks brochure from the 1980s
The Two Ronnies Annual 1979
The British-built Jupiter Ace home computer (1982) featured a built-in Forth programming language rather than the more popular BASIC seen in most other machines at the time. It used a Zylog Z80 processor and ran much faster than a ZX Spectrum, but had inferior monochrome graphics. Due to the unfamiliar Forth language and mono graphics the Ace never became popular and Jupiter Cantab went bankrupt the following year in November 1983.
Leader Board Golf game cassette ZX Spectrum (U.S. Gold)
Ultravox “Vienna” vinyl LP (1980)
Ultravox “Vienna” 12 inch single (1981) Chrysalis CHS 12 2481
Inflatable Rubik’s Cube Seat - official product made from plush material.
Doctor Who Annual 1980 ft. Tom Baker as the fourth Doctor
Tucker’s Luck Annual 1985 ft. Todd Carty
Hot Chocolate “It Started With A Kiss” (1982) vinyl single RAK
Protect and Survive booklets were first printed in 1980 by Her Majesty’s Stationery Office (HMSO) in the UK to advise us on how to be safe under nuclear attack!