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Mystery Jets’ third album gracefully marries the imagination of debut Making Dens to the pop ambition of follow-up 21. And for a record about failed love, it’s defiantly vibrant. “Show Me the Light” fuses chiming indie rock with house basslines and percolating synths, while the title track fashions an unshakeable, stadium-grade chorus from isolation and loss. On the shoegazing grind of "Lorna Doone" though, they know just how to dim the light and re-engage with strangeness.

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first listen

first listen to this group but wow am i impressed, very good cd definitely worth the buy

A Classic Band

This is one of their best over the years and they just keep growing in their music and taste and come out with a different sound each time. If you like good music that will become a classic in the future then you should get this album.

thanks Itunes

It took about a week for this album to drop in U.S. Itunes store but it was worth it. My favorite song is Serotonin. The Mystery Jets do an excellent job on this album, letting us listeners feel their pain and heartbreak and happiness. Well done. But I have to favorite album is still Twenty One.


Formed: Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Engla

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Syd Barrett-worshiping indie outfit Mystery Jets formed in the early '90s when the group's shock-headed frontman, Blaine Harrison, was only 12. The band was initially called the Misery Jets, in honor of the Heathrow-bound jets that habitually roared over their native Eel Pie Island, but they changed their name when Blaine (who, again, was very young at the time) misspelled "misery." The Mystery Jets were essentially a family project, with Blaine on drums; Blaine's dad, Henry Harrison, on bass,...
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