Jet Albums Ranked

Jet is an Australian rock band formed in 2001. The band consists of lead guitarist Cameron Muncey, bassist Mark Wilson, and brothers Nic and Chris Cester on vocals/rhythm guitar and drums respectively. The group sold 6.5 million albums. The band dissolved in 2012 but reformed in 2016. In 2002 the band released the Dirty Sweet EP, whose initial 1000 copies quickly sold out. NME obtained a copy of the single from Dirty Sweet, “Take It or Leave It”, and praised it. Elektra Records offered the band a contract and re-released Dirty Sweet in 2003. In 2018, Jet announced a 15th-anniversary Australian national tour for their album Get Born, including dates in Newcastle, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, and Melbourne. They also issued the live album Get Born: Live at the Forum to commemorate the tour. Here are ll of Jet albums ranked.

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4. Rare Tracks (2004)

“Rare Tracks, as has already been brought out, is an excellent middle piece between Get Born and Shine On. Even though the songs are demo versions, they still sound excellent. The songs that are new on this album really show JET can rock without losing the meaning to their music.”

3. Shaka Rock (2009)

“Nick Cester Lead vocalist and guitarist, his brother Chris on drums some lead vocals & backing vocals, write great tunes with great melodies & lyrics! Everything the Cester brothers & co. did on each release was top form, all winner!! While the music critics were hailing “The Strokes”, they “missed the boat”: should’ve been paying a lot more attention to Jet, Mando Diao, The Vines and Billy Boy on Poison.”

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2. Shine On (2006)

“The stand out track for me on this album is the album title “Shine On”. This is a great song with a mix of piano, great lyrics with good vocal range, and they even throw some soulful female backround vocals. The songs on Shine On are well crafted and Produced very well as they should be because they have been working on this album for 3 years. This album isn’t as edgy or as hard rocking as Get Born is, but it is a much more crafted and there is more range and professionalism in this album.”

1. Get Born (2003)

“While certainly nothing groundbreaking in originality, “Get Born” is a refreshing, fun, fine collection of rock/pop tunes. First, the live, raw, recording style is a nice change from the overproduced, multi-track layered digital recordings of the modern technology era. You can actually hear the hum of those tube amplifiers – and that’s a good thing. Rock albums should not always be about perfection.”