Footage (which would, in fairness, have been geeky and recondite even at the time) of a 1991 meeting of 8-track aficionados, including obligatory Eric Estrada fangirl and 8-track auteur Russ Furster at Delilah’s of Chicago.
The 8-track format was popular from the 1960s to the early 1980s, when it was replaced by cassette tapes.
You know, cassette tapes.
Rattle, rattle. Where the ribbon used to get snagged on the yoke and you had to stick in a pencil and wind the…