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Adventures Of Jet

Part 3: Coping With Insignificance

My 8057

Released on April 17, 2000

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A kook-satisfying oh-oh of new-wave-styled pop from Texas' latest purveyors of skinny-tied tumble. A thirteen-song wack-out packed with colorful melodies, lyrical bite and relentless hooks brought to you by Joey Lagwagon's My Records.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 4 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating

Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 End of the Planet Voted #1  29%
2 Wasted Time Voted #2  17%
3 Don't Make it so Hard  0%
4 Radio Noise Voted #3  13%
5 Rock and Roll  8%
6 The Road  8%
7 Six Red Devils  4%
8 Lords of Dungeons in the Air  0%
9 Domino  0%
10 Tell Me When it's Over  4%
11 The Way Out  4%
12 Blue Divine  13%
Come back on or after Monday, April 17 to vote for your favorite songs

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Nancy from Lancaster, CA 
Oct 14 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

get this if you like moog or poppy rock. there are a couple bland tracks, some good ones, and a few excellent ones.

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Rupert from Neptune, NJ 
Mar 3 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

asside from the semi annoying vocals and the leveled off sound this cd is decent. you almost have to be eclectic to buy it though. none of my friends like this band besides me. i hope that gives you some kind of an idea. check em out. you never know.

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Romero from Little Rock, AR 
Dec 29 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is probobly the catchiest cd i have ever heard. It is all put together perfectly. I had to re-buy this cd, because my original copy was worn out. Buy it! IT IS WORTH IT! Its like Modern pop-punk, mixed with moogs and new wave! GREAT STUFF!!! DESERVES TO BE HUGE!

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Kevin from Berlin, VT 
Apr 14 2001 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I heard "End of the Planet" on the My Records website and walked around with the melody in my head for few days. I finally bought the album and discovered how often they used the same melodic progressions over and over. It's not a bad album, but all of the songs sound the same. I'm also getting pretty fucking sick of Moog synth on punk records.

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