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A jukebox is a coin-operated music playing device.
Jukebox may also refer to:
- Jukebox (JLS album)
- Jukebox (Bachman Cummings album), a 2007 covers album released by Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings
- Jukebox (Bent Fabric album), a 2004 album by Bent Fabric
- Jukebox (Cat Power album), a 2008 covers album released by American singer Cat Power
- Jukebox (Jamaaladeen Tacuma album), a 1988 album released by jazz musician Jamaaladeen Tacuma
- Jukebox (Priscilla Renea album), a 2009 album by Priscilla Renea
- Jukebox, 2013 album by Swedish band the Drifters
- Jukebox (Human Nature album), in 2014.
- Jukeboxer, moniker of Brooklyn-based musician Noah Wall
- Juke Box Records, a record label
- "Jukebox (Don't Put Another Dime)", a song by The Flirts
- Optical jukebox, mass storage device
- Musicmatch Jukebox, an Internet-based audio player
- Personal Jukebox, the first commercially available hard-disk-based handheld digital audio player
- Dell Digital Jukebox, digital audio player sold by the Dell Computer
- San Francisco Marriott Marquis, known for its distinctive "jukebox" appearance
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