Those of us who grew up in the 80s are well aware that the culture, attitude, and utter cheesiness of the era was impossible to avoid. “Cool” had a much different meaning than it did in the 60s, 70s, 90s, and 00s, and the video you’re about to watch was likely considered “totally radical, dude” by the Apple employees who were able to watch it in 1984.
“Blue Busters” was never aired publicly but was shows as a multimedia extravaganza at Apple’s 1984 International Sales Meeting that included on-stage dancers and a rendition performed by the original Ghostbusters theme singer Ray Parker Jr.
It has been on the internet for a while but interest was renewed to find it when an AP story ran detailing that the video existed as part of Stanford’s Apple archive. The story claims that Steve Jobs is in the video somewhere, but all we were able to find in the stop-motion animation was a 34-year-old Steve Wozniak.
Sit back and absorb the cheesiest thing you’ll ever see released by Apple: