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About The Jets

The Jets existed in a world where the walls were made of cotton candy and the ground of sticky, sweet bubblegum. In the '80s, the eight-piece Samoan group of brothers and sisters made everything from bubbly dance tunes to pensive teen-crush ballads, and even succeeded in placing five songs in the number one chart spot during their heyday. Unfortunately, the fickle teen market lost interest as the eighties wound down, and they were soon replaced by another group of enthusiastic kids-next-door.

Listen toThe Jetson Rhapsody

The Jets existed in a world where the walls were made of cotton candy and the ground of sticky, sweet bubblegum. In the '80s, the eight-piece Samoan group of brothers and sisters made everything from bubbly dance tunes to pensive teen-crush ballads, and even succeeded in placing five songs in the number one chart spot during their heyday. Unfortunately, the fickle teen market lost interest as the eighties wound down, and they were soon replaced by another group of enthusiastic kids-next-door.

About The Jets

The Jets existed in a world where the walls were made of cotton candy and the ground of sticky, sweet bubblegum. In the '80s, the eight-piece Samoan group of brothers and sisters made everything from bubbly dance tunes to pensive teen-crush ballads, and even succeeded in placing five songs in the number one chart spot during their heyday. Unfortunately, the fickle teen market lost interest as the eighties wound down, and they were soon replaced by another group of enthusiastic kids-next-door.

About The Jets

The Jets existed in a world where the walls were made of cotton candy and the ground of sticky, sweet bubblegum. In the '80s, the eight-piece Samoan group of brothers and sisters made everything from bubbly dance tunes to pensive teen-crush ballads, and even succeeded in placing five songs in the number one chart spot during their heyday. Unfortunately, the fickle teen market lost interest as the eighties wound down, and they were soon replaced by another group of enthusiastic kids-next-door.