In its early years, Apple sold a good amount of merchandise. If you wanted to rep for the brand you could cop shirts and jackets, pens and notebooks, and more random items like mugs and water bottles. One thing we didn't know Apple made back in the day was original music, but according to The Next Web, it did. 

In 1987 Apple released an album with eight original songs called The Apple Boogie. The album, which features inspirational Apple-centric tracks like "Apple II Forever" and a spoof of the Ghostbusters's theme song, "Blue Busters", was handed out to attendees at an Apple sales conference. 

The original cassette is nearly impossible to find, but luckily someone ripped the songs and uploaded them to a South African Apple site. You can download them all here

[The Next Web via Business Insider]