Imagine, it's somewhere in time between late 1958 and mid-1963: You can buy a hot dog for 20 cents, a 6-ounce glass of Coke for 10, a 45 rpm record for 39. You were a Space Cadet, Davy Crockett, a mouseketeer, dug Route 66, 77 Sunset Strip, the Twilight Zone...you know the drill; Get the picture? you're 15 and a hipster; buying a record every week, diggin' the Top 20, 30 or 40 sounds that your favorite DJ is puttin' down on the radio and grabbin' up Song Hits every month. Maybe you're hauntin' your folks to get you a guitar; especially an electric guitar...you know who you are, I don't have to go into detail. Or if you have an act and a "need to know"... Or maybe your 15-21 with a brain in your head and are turned off to (c)rap and the whole hip-hop poor excuse for tunes, want something better or are curious about what your grandparents listened to and can barely hear those old scratched up records,

Well Space-O-Juke is for you. When you select a page, here is what you get in jukebox style form. First, you can play the tunes that made the charts BUT there is more. Something that you would have killed for: The INFO section that lets you look up:

In short, the stuff a 15 year old music fan would have killed for. Since I use a Google search page. it gets updated automatically. Even Wikipedia is getting trustworthy now.

It's like getting a set of records, Song Hits and Tiger Beat and the Info sheet that came with a fan club membership all in one package.