Jet - Music

Music

Performers
  • J.E.T., an Italian-progressive-rock band related to Matia Bazar
  • "The J.E.T.S.", standing for Just Enjoy This Shit, refers to a group of frequently collaborating emcees and DJs presided over by New Orleans rapper Curren$y
  • Jet (band), an Australian rock band with the Cester brothers, active from 2001 to 2012
  • Jet (UK band), a one-album British glam rock band from London, active 1974–1976, and afterward re-formed as Radio Stars
  • The Jets (band), an American pop, R&B, dance, and religious-music band
  • The Jets (British rockabilly band)
  • The Jets (rock band), an American 1970s rock band from Perlin, Illinois
  • Jets Overhead a Canadian indie-rock and ambient-rock band active since 2003
Record label
  • Jet Records, a record label
Works
  • "Jet" (song), a 1973 single by Wings
  • Jet-CD, a 1998 album by Puffy AmiYumi
  • "Jet (Jet, My Love)", a song by Nat King Cole

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    The sound of tireless voices is the price we pay for the right to hear the music of our own opinions. But there is also, it seems to me, a moment at which democracy must prove its capacity to act. Every man has a right to be heard; but no man has the right to strangle democracy with a single set of vocal chords.
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