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1989, (Un)Official logo for the Rowe-AMI Bubbler [Jukebox Collector]

1988-1991, Rowe-AMI's Bubbler: Looked old, sounded new. [Jukebox Collector]

1988, Rowe-AMI's "retro" Bubbler [Jukebox Collector]

1988, Rowe-AMI's Model R-92 Video Jukebox [Jukebox Collector]

1988, Rowe-AMI's Model R-92 45/Compact Disc Jukebox [Jukebox Collector]

1988, Rowe-AMI's Model R-92 [Jukebox Collector]

1987, Rowe-AMI's Model R-91 Video Jukebox [Jukebox Collector]

1987, Rowe-AMI's Model R-91 Sapphire, Compact Disc version: played both CDs and 45 rpm records. [Jukebox Collector]

1987, Rowe AMI's Model R-91 Sapphire 90 and Golden 90: "No horizontal surfaces! Avoids problem of spilled drinks." [Jukebox Collector]

1986, Rowe-AMI's Model R-90: Sapphire or Golden... this one with the Video\ Music Entertainment Center. [Jukebox Collector]

1986, Rowe-AMI's Model R-90: "Sapphire 90 and Golden 90 are identical except for the color of the cabinet..." So which is this? Who knows! [Jukebox Collector]

1985, Rowe-AMI's Model 89 Video/Music Entertainment Center: For those times you don't just want to hear Gary Numan, you want to SEE Gary Numan. [Jukebox Collector]

1985, Rowe-AMI's Model R-89: Seen here without the optional Video\MEC. [Jukebox Collector]

1984, Rowe-AMI's R-88 V/MEC: Music videos were licensed from CBS, Warner Bros., Geffen, Elektra, Capitol, and EMI, among others. [Jukebox Collector]

1984, Rowe-AMI's Model R-88 V/MEC Sapphire 8: Each system was loaded with a 3-hour Betamax tape with 40 music videos on it. [Jukebox Collector]

1984, Rowe-AMI's Model R-88 jukeboxes were debuted at "The Palace, one of the Los Angeles area's hottest rock clubs." [Jukebox Collector]

1983, Rowe-AMI's R-87 Golden 7: A "central computer controls all phonograph functions..." [Jukebox Collector]

1983, Rowe-AMI's Sapphire 7: A "black beauty with contrasting electric blue and chrome trim..." [Jukebox Collector]

1982, Rowe-AMI's Model RI-5 Romantica: A jukebox to fall in love with! [Jukebox Collector]

1982, Rowe-AMI's Model RI-4 Jewel Compact juke: nothing to see here, folks... [Jukebox Collector]

1982, Rowe-AMI's Model R-86 Blue Magic: "Crystalline blue metallic coloring. Bubbling mirrors, reflecting 40 white and blue lights over and over to create a galaxy of stars in spellbinding geometric patterns." [Jukebox Collector]

1981, Rowe-AMI's R-85 Starlight: The lights draw you over from the other side of the room, not that you can tell from this photo, but use your imagination. [Jukebox Collector]

1981, Rowe-AMI's R-85 Starlight: The songs were secondary to the trippy light show

1980, Rowe-AMI's RI-3 Jewel: Compact juke, first produced in 04/1980. [Jukebox Collector]

1980, Rowe-AMI's Model R-84 Prelude: All the stylings of those early supercomputers. [Jukebox Collector]