Studio version of Better by the Screaming Jets.
The Screaming Jets are an Australian hard rock band formed in Newcastle, Australia in 1989 by front man Dave Gleeson (vocals), Paul Woseen (bass guitar), Grant Walmsley (guitar), Richard Lara (guitar) and Brad Heaney (drums). The band has three albums that peaked in the top five on the Australian ARIA Charts, All for One (1991), Tear of Thought (1992) and The Screaming Jets (1995). Their 1991 single, "Better", reached No. 4 on the related singles chart.
The Screaming Jets is a self-titled, third studio album released by the Australian rock band The Screaming Jets. The album was released in August 1995 and debuted and peaked at number 5 on the ARIA charts and was certified gold.
All for One (The Screaming Jets album). All for One is the debut album by Australian hard rock band The Screaming Jets which was released in April 1991. It peaked at No. 2 on the ARIA Charts. The Screaming Jets are a hard rock group that formed in January 1989 in Newcastle with singer Dave Gleeson, drummer Brad Heaney, guitarist Richard Lara, guitarist Grant Walmsley and bass guitarist Paul Woseen. Their first performance was at a Newcastle pub in March.
Band Name The Screaming Jets. Labels Phonogram RooArt Records. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album0. 2. Rocket Man. 03:20. Released in 1991 in the UK by Rooart Records.
Better" is a song from Australian rock band The Screaming Jets. The song was released in February 1991 as the official lead single fro their debut studio album All for One (1991). YouTube Encyclopedic. 1/3. Views: 78 135. 2 540 959. 2 438.
Better – C’mon – shine on – needle – frc – here I go – helping hand – shivers – think – dream on – tunnel – living in england – friend of mine – sad song – disappear – eve of destruction – october grey – silence lost – strength – no way out – protest song – hitting myself in the head – do ya – falls in place – knock knock – forget the rhyme – cash in your ticket – razor – automatic cowboy – no place. The Jets & The Poor Can’t Wait For Dirty Thirty. Fans should get ready for The Jets to blow their ears and minds away with a live retrospective of the bands thirty year caree. studio albums, 2 live albums, 3 EP’s.
The Screaming Jets is a hard rock band from Newcastle, Australia. The band was formed by three former members of Aspect, singer Dave Gleeson, bass player Paul Woseen and guitarist Grant Walmsley, in 1989. Along with second guitarist Richard Lara and former Radiators drummer Brad Heaney, the Screaming Jets won a national Battle of the Bands contest run by the youth broadcaster Triple J and a resultant EP, "The Scorching Adventures of the Screaming Jets" scored an ARIA Award nomination.
All for One (The Screaming Jets album) – All for One is the debut album by Australian hard rock band The Screaming Jets which was released in April 1991. It peaked at N. on the ARIA Charts and their first performance was at a Newcastle pub in March. The band won the inaugural National Band Competition run by radio broadcaster Triple J in November. The album spawned a N. hit single, Better, two top 40 singles, Stop the World and Shine On, followed. The controversial track F. R. C. was a crowd favourite – a live version was released on Stealth Live, – which Gleeson would dedicate to Michael Gudinski or Russ Hinze at concerts. At times, F. was performed by guest vocalists from Mortal Sin, following the albums release, the group relocated to the United Kingdom where they based themselves for over two years.
The Screaming Jets are a hard rock group that formed in January 1989 in Newcastle with singer Dave Gleeson, drummer Brad Heaney, guitarist Richard Lara, guitarist Grant Walmsley and bass guitarist Paul Woseen. The band won the inaugural National Band Competition run by youth radio broadcaster Triple J. in November. They relocated to Sydney by early 1990 and supported The Angels on a national tour The album's lead single, "Better", peaked at number 4 on the ARIA Singles Chart. Two top 40 singles, "Stop the World" and "Shine On" followed. The controversial track ". "Fat Rich Cunts") was a crowd favourite and released in USA and Canada.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – rooArt
- Copyright (c) – rooArt
- Marketed By – PolyGram Records Pty. Limited
- Engineer – David Hemming, David Price
- Producer, Mixed By – Steve James
- Written-By – G. Walmsley*
NotesPlays the same both sides.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 9 399087 881444
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Performer: The Screaming Jets
Date of release: 1990
Style: Hard Rock, Pop Rock
Size MP3: 1848 mb
Size FLAC: 1592 mb
Rating: 4.9 / 5
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