How Subscribing to This 80s Magazine Will Make Your Life 8675309 Times Better
If you get the joke in the headline above, read on – this magazine is for you. If you don’t, you should read on too, because your life is in serious need of some 80s-ification.
Let’s face it – modern music is a drag. Boring techno songs, cookie-cutter pop and bland corporate rock blare from the radio 24/7. It seems so much longer than 20 years since the last great musical decade, the 80s, ended. The 80s were an exciting time of experimenting across all genres, when musicians weren’t afraid to rock out, geek out or spaz out, and not everything was about the money. What a decade!
If only we could go back in time, right?
Well, we can! Maybe not physically (not yet anyway – we’re working on it!), but by subscribing to the 80s Time Machine digital magazine you’ll get the next best thing. Each week you’ll be transported back to the 80s, with each issue covering a new week of awesome 80s music – plus movies, celebrities, events and other bodacious happenings.
Each issue of the 80s Time Machine is released on the same date as its 80s news. For example: the first issue will be released on 1 January, 2012 and is set on 1 January, 1980, with news from the week before. Each issue after that delves into a new week of the 80s.
See For Yourself!
To see what it’s all about, you can read past issues on the official 80s Time Machine site.
Join the party!
By subscribing, you’ll get each issue emailed to you at no cost, every week. Every issue contains:
- the biggest stories and scandals for the week,
- the #1 songs on the charts in the US, UK and Australia and,
- the Quiz of the Week. By clicking through and answering the quiz question correctly, you’ll get access to exclusive offers and go into the draw to win rad prizes.
- Above all, you get to be part of the fun and go back to the 80s each and every week!
Relive the 80s, one week at a time!
Subscribers are VIPs and get all the perks – sign up now using the form below to be part of the fast-growing group of time travelers and don’t miss an issue!
The 80s Time Machine
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