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        • JUJU & The Space Rangers – Plastic
        • Jamie Jupitor – Computer Power
        • Solaris – Space Invaders
        • Copperfield – Make It Good To Me Baby
        • Robotron 4 – Electro-?
        • Ernest Flippin II – Supersonic Space Lady
        • Funk Machine – Funk Machine
        • Ramsey 2C-3D – Fly Guy and The Unemployed
        • Osé – Computer Funk
        • 7 Below Zero Band – Seven (We Are)
        • Rodney Stepp – Break-Out