"Jet" is the name used by five groups.
The band claims to draw influence from groups such as The Beatles, The Sex Pistols, The Kinks, AC/DC, Oasis and The Rolling Stones.
The track Look What You've Done was used in the film A Lot Like Love.
As of 2004, Jet consisted of:
Nic Cester (guitar and lead vocals)
Chris Cester (drums and vocals)
Cameron Muncey (guitar and vocals)
Mark Wilson (bass).
Jet (2) from London were formed in 1974. Members were Andy Ellison (vocals, ex-John's Children), Martin Gordon (bass, ex-Sparks), Chris Townson (drums, formerly in John's Children and Jook), David O'List (lead guitar, ex-The Nice) and Peter Oxendale (keyboards). They released one eponymous album in 1975, which was produced by Roy Thomas Baker. They changed their name to Radio Stars in 1977.
Jet (3) was a rock band from Genoa, northern Italy, that existed from 1971 to 1974.
JET (5) is originally from somewhere in the states, but currently the main component("Jess Tipton"?) resides in Regina, Saskatchewan (Canada). Technoish remixes, somewhat complex metal.