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  • n  a cabinet containing an automatic record player; records are played by inserting a coin

  • The holy grail of online music is what's known as a "celestial jukebox": an archive of every album in the world, there just for the listening.
  • Because Express uses standard networking, and because iTunes is also the best music jukebox for Windows users, even Mac-free homes should look into this.
  • I set out to put 200 CDs and 700 MP3 files on a single digital jukebox.

  • Billy Joel in The Republic.com (subscription)
    They need to hear somebody out there feels like they do, in the small towns or the big cities,Joel said. "And it doesn't matter if they hear it on a jukebox in a gin mill or on a ...... truck commercial."
  • Sim Wong Hoo in BBC News
    The first portable media player based upon the user interface covered in our Zen Patent was our Nomad Jukebox MP3 player,said Creative CEO Sim Wong Hoo. "The Apple iPod was only announced in October 2001, 13 months after we had been...
  • Alan Jackson in Vancouver Sun
    I wanted something that had some fun on it,says Jackson, "because in concert people still want to hear songs like 'Chattahoochee' and 'Don't Rock the Jukebox' - those are a big part of our success too, as well as the big ballads."

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