I grew up in the 80's. I read OKEJ magazine like a bible. With big eyes I read articles about A-ha, looked at pictures of Madonna and Cindy Lauper in awe and kissed the posters of Nikki Sixx. Parents were outraged by images of Blackie Lawless tearing pieces of meat with his teeth. Young boys drooled over Samantha Fox and her huge pectoral muscles.
The layout was mad, fonts all over the place and the colours clashed. But we loved it.
Now the original creators have put together a book featuring all the goodies from the 80's. The magazine still exists but doesn't have the full impact on youth as it used to.