Propaganda (band) poster from Smash Hits, June 1985
80s Heaven Photo Blog
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Rewind to the 80s - 80s music, cars, video games, computers, tv and more! KudoSurf Me!
Motorhead poster from Smash Hits - Nov 1980
Prince And The Revolution - Parade. Advert from Smash Hits magazine, April 1986.
Number One magazine front cover from Oct 4 1989, featuring Wet Wet Wet.
Billy Idol - Smash Hits poster from July 1985
Sade Smash Hits poster (1984)
Smash Hits Nov 1985 ft. George Michael
Paul Young on the front cover of Smash Hits magazine (March 1984)
Front cover of Film Review magazine (30th Anniversary Number) from January 1981, celebrating 30 years of publication.
The cover photos include Flash Gordon actor Sam Jones with Melody Anderson as Dale Arden, Tom Berenger as Drew Blakeley in The Dogs of War, Clint Eastwood as Philo Beddoe with Clint the ape (Any Which Way You Can), and Burt Reynolds as Bo “The Bandit” Darville from Smokey and The Bandit II
Look-in magazine (12 Jan 1980) featuring an illustration of Tom Baker (the fourth Doctor) and a free Smurf sticker!
Boy George on the front cover of People Weekly magazine, April 23 1981.
Scarface (1983) - Al Pacino 80s poster. “He loved the American Dream. With a vengeance”.
Trisha Yates (Michelle Herbert) and Tucker Jenkins (Todd Carty) - Grange Hill
Sylvester Stallone on the front cover of Film Review magazine, August 1986.
Look-In magazine from 18 February 1989 featuring Yazz, Short Circuit 2, Count Duckula and Bros.
The Human League poster from Smash Hits magazine, December 1982.
Zig Zag magazine from August 1984 ft. Robin Guthrie and Elizabeth Fraser from Cocteau Twins.
Nik Kershaw on the front cover of Jackie magazine June 15, 1985.
Tucker’s Luck Annual from 1985 ft. Todd Carty as Tucker Jenkins
Wham! - Last Christmas (Official Video)
Currently No.3 in the UK singles chart!
David Essex “A Winter’s Tale” vinyl single (1982)
Guinness Book Of Records (1981 Edition) - remember this one?
Frankie Goes To Hollywood centrefold poster from No.1 magazine (1985)
Ben Volpeliere-Pierrot from Curiosity Killed The Cat on the front cover of Jackie magazine March 14 1987
Madness “The Sun and the Rain” picture disc (1983) with “Fireball XL 5″ B-side
Bruce Willis poster from Smash Hits magazine October 1987
Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead (1981) poster
Ghostbusters Halloween Logo
Clive Barker’s Hellraiser (1987) movie poster
Annie Lennox with orange hair and heavy make-up on the front cover of Cosmopolitan magazine (October 1984)
TV Guide (US magazine) from July 1985 ft. Cheers cast - Shelley Long, Ted Danson and George Wendt.
John Taylor (Duran Duran) Smash Hits poster from Feb 1986.
Michael Hutchence of INXS poster from Smash Hits magazine 13-26 July 1986.
Red Heat video game poster advert by Ocean Software from Computer & Video Games magazine No.93 August 1989.
1983 Ever Ready Advert for Innovation Electronics pocket games offer at £6.99 each, including Ape Attack, Flying Flapjack, Slip ‘n’ Slide and Jail Break.
Prince and the Revolution - Purple Rain album poster ad from Smash Hits July 1984.
David Hasselhoff (Michael Knight) with KITT on the front cover of Starlog magazine No.79 (Feb 1984)
Morten Harket poster from Smash Hits magazine November 1985
Advert for the Atari ST by Silica Shop, from Atari User magazine September 1988.
Bruce Willis on the front cover of GQ magazine in 1986. At this time, he was the wise-cracking detective David Addison in Moonlighting.
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