TRON: Legacy (2010)
Another easter egg is that this system runs on an "i386" chip), which refers to the 32 bit Intel 80386 CPU, which was commonly known as a "386". The 386 was released in 1985. As the original film was released in 1982 (the same year that Intel released the 80286) the producers of Tron: Legacy are inferring that Enron had access to an early prototype of the 386, which would have been on the drawing board at the time the 286 was released.
Standard 45s of the day would have a popular song on side A backed a less popular song from the same album in order to give the song a boost in demand. On occasion it would turn the B-side into a hit as well. As jukebox content was not updated as frequently as radio playlists, It was fairly common for record companies to focus on driving multiple album sales by releasing special 45s just for jukeboxes with the A-side being a current hit and the B-side being from the previous album.