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Tear of Thought

The Screaming Jets

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Album Review

The Screaming Jets returned in 1992 with their second full-length album. Their most successful release (going double platinum in Australia and producing five singles), Tear of Thought established them as stars rather than just another pub rock band. Musically, the disc continues in the vein of hard rock established by their debut, although this time the band experiments with some new musical direction, including the jazz-influenced "Helping Hand" and a faithful cover of the Boys Next Door classic, "Shivers." With enough raw power to delight fans and enough experimentation to keep critics happy, Tear of Thought was an enjoyable, but ultimately disposable, example of Australian hard rock.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Before silverchair came along The Screaming Jets were the most popular band to emerge from the Australian industrial town, Newcastle. More than silverchair, The Jets' music is a product of that town. When the original band members were growing up in Newcastle they faced a future of either working in the steelworks and associated industries or not working at all. In a...
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Tear of Thought, The Screaming Jets
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Hard Rock, Metal
  • Released: 1993

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