What you are looking at is the Rock-Ola E-Rock Internet Jukebox, the latest innovation in entertaining inebriates.
The E-Rock claims to hold 200,000 songs -- yes, 200-freaking-thousand. That’s a lot of 45’s and CDs. Or not. The E-Rock is digital and dialed in, giving it access to a huge online library. Like most jukeboxes, it plays popular requests for quarters. Unlike previous jukebox incarnations, when a never-before-requested song is selected, this songstress can tap its online collection, download said song and then play the tune – all for $1 (if you don’t have change or singles, E-Rock accepts $20s and credit cards). E-Rock also has the ultimate jukebox frill – the “Make Mine First