The Eighty Eights : Time Machine





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Published on Aug 14, 2012

Newcastle (Australia) band with their third and final single; it also appeared on their only album Top Of The World in 1981. Notable for including original - and short-lived - AC/DC bassist Larry Van Kriedt on guitar and saxophone. The band was originally called The Motels. Introduced by Neil Finn and Noel Crombie of Split Enz, on Countdown Sept 20 1981.

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Steven Cateris
The Eighty Eights' best single. Glad to see their performance of it on 'Countdown' has survived. They were very prescient to name their band the Eighty Eights, as there is now a band called the 88. If only radio had played this song!
Tony Bell
Can someone please post a copy of the 88s "Don't Call Us" ? Pretty sure it was their 2nd single. Great Song
Marcus Hudswell
Garth Porter from Sherbet produced the album....... 
Happy Sunflower
Gotta Give Credit for Unique & Interesting Pop Tune with Lively Lyrics. Time Future Machine of Music Moving Forward.
I have Top Of The World on vinyl, cant remember how i got it but i do, and it's pretty good too
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