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Unlike an iPod you only get 140 tracks to a fully loaded machine.<br />
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It's a one for the money...It's lift off for the retro Rocket...<br />
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A British company is reviving the vinyl jukebox due to a surge in demand for the iconic record players - and there's already a six-month waiting list to get your hands on one of the £8,000 machines.<br />
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Bosses at Yorkshire business Sound Leisure are launching what they say is the world's only new vinyl jukebox amid a resurgence for the much-loved music medium.<br />
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The company began making vinyl jukeboxes in the late 1970s however production was cut short a decade later when the music industry moved to digital CDs.<br />
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But a sharp rise in vinyl sales in recent years convinced them to have another shot at the market - and they have spent the last three years re-engineering their original design for modern music fans.