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“Jet” is the name used by six groups:
1. A popular rock band from Australia
2. A rock band from the United Kingdom

1. Jet was an band which formed in 2001 in Melbourne, Australia. The band consists of Nic Cester (vocals, guitar), Cameron Muncey (guitar, vocals), Mark Wilson (bass) and Chris Cester (drums). They released three albums: “Get Born” (2003), “Shine On” (2006) and “Shaka Rock” (2009). The band has had international hits with the singles “Are You Gonna Be My Girl”, “Look What You’ve Done”, “Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is” and “She’s A Genius”. The band split in March 2012.

2. Jet is a rock band which formed in London, England in 1974. The members were Andy Ellison (vocals, formerly of John’s Children), Martin Gordon (bass, formerly of Sparks, David O’List (guitar, formerly of The Nice, Peter Oxendale (keyboards) and Chris Townson (formerly of John’s Children and Jook).


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  • diosdiox

    extremely underrated [2]

    16 May 3:12pm Reply
  • mugiwara95

    extremely underrated

    3 May 4:05pm Reply
  • Smartypants101

    @warriorjones: yeah, I think it's safe to say that pitchfork is single-handedly responsible for the destruction of their "music" career. I don't always agree with their reviews but I think they hit the nail on the head with these guys.

    16 Apr 4:30pm Reply
  • damnchick

    HEY! Rolloverrrr Djjj

    31 Mar 5:55pm Reply
  • gnatware

    the good jet is very good (uk)

    9 Feb 12:32am Reply
  • Nekrovoor

    this is torture kill me please

    5 Feb 4:01pm Reply
  • lexponomarev

    очень и очень хорошо!

    31 Jan 6:32am Reply
  • colderskin

    monkey piss

    10 Jan 7:43pm Reply
  • songfactslastfm

    "Jagger, at that time fully bearded, took me to one end of the control room and erratically strummed an acoustic guitar in my ear." - An erstwhile member of Sparks, Jet and Radio Stars, Martin Gordon shares some fascinating stories from across his 40 years in music, including what he got up to in Paris with The Rolling Stones in '79:

    18 Jun 2014 Reply
  • WarriorJones

    It's amazing how a band could be destroyed over a one-image troll review, but it happened to this band.

    31 Mar 2014 Reply
  • robotpwnsyou

    Australian Jet were bloody awful

    25 Mar 2014 Reply
  • ChrisFallout

    Aus Jet could have ruled the world

    23 Feb 2014 Reply
  • coloredpepper

    oh my <3

    7 Feb 2014 Reply
  • TrueMithrandir

    Glam Jet

    27 Jan 2014 Reply
  • Heartbreaker68

    Move On <3

    15 Jan 2014 Reply
  • TylerSymes

    I wonder why the jet crashed in 2012.

    14 Jan 2014 Reply
  • Skan15

    <3 I LOVE

    21 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Selena_Argentia

    I DO wish the likes of and Spotify would CHECK before assigning an album to a band just because they happen to share a name. 'Empty-Handed' was released by a VERY short-lived AOR band in 1981 - before any of the Aussie lads were BORN. Bring back the days of things being done by humans rather than computers! I can see how some would be fooled - even the font is VERY similar. and Spotify are STILL recommending me bands/artists with identical names to bands I like. I keep a list in the (vain) hope they might do summat about it...

    2 Dec 2013 Reply
  • nigeyb

    Jet were a glam rock band from London formed in 1974. They released one album in 1975 before splitting up, with the bulk of the band going on to become the punk/new wave band Radio Stars. The only Jet I listen to. The album is a lost glam classic....

    28 Nov 2013 Reply
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