You sure like music, don'tcha Mike...
"To give you pleasure." That kinda reminds me of what I've been reading in Plato's republic. I'm no scholar but I've had to read this thing for my Intro Philosophy class... but Plato seems to think that music messes with people by putting their desires first. So music that "brings us pleasure" will be "played forever" because people focus primarily on satisfying their desires? Heh, off topic and I don't think it's what you had in mind, but it's what this poem made me think of.
Most music from a jukebox doesn't bring me pleasure personally. I like the big picture of this poem. Stand back and look at it, and it is almost critical of the music scene. Music, music, everywhere... and it's all really the same. The repetition in this poem kinda bleakly illustrates the past and future of music as something constant, that is unlikely to change drastically from the characteristics you describe.
"We are the jukebox."
The idea of the jukebox describes the idea that mainstream music will always be recreational and casual.
"We are the coins."
Music is always going to be something that is marketed for profit.
"We are the vinyl records played forever
To bring you pleasure."
Lastly, that music is going to continue existing for the purpose of pleasing its listeners.
I guess in this sense, your repetition is accurate... music will always "repeat" itself in this way.
Well expressed, Mike.
Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.