Shine On (album)
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|Studio album by Jet|
|Released||30 September 2006 (AU) |
2 October 2006 (UK)
3 October 2006 (U.S.)
|Recorded||Barbados, Massachusetts and Los Angeles|
|Get Born |
|Shine On |
On 16 September 2006, iTunes leaked the album in the Australian and UK stores, over two weeks before the actual release date. After iTunes leaked the album, Shine On made its way onto file sharing sites through forums of similar bands.
- "L'espirit D'escalier" – 0:23
- "Holiday" – 3:25
- "Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is" – 2:32
- "Bring It On Back" – 4:09
- "That's All Lies" – 2:43
- "Hey Kids" – 3:24 (this song is track 6 on the American version of the album)
- "Kings Horses" – 3:19
- "Shine On" – 4:36
- "Come On Come On" – 4:24
- "Stand Up" – 4:33
- "Rip It Up" – 3:19
- "Skin and Bones" – 3:17
- "Shiny Magazine" – 3:28
- "Eleanor" – 3:34
- "All You Have To Do" – 4:39
- "Coming Home Soon" (iTunes pre-order exclusive track)
- "Snap Your Fingers" (Barbados demo) - Best Buy exclusive bonus track; B-side on "Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is" 7"
- "This Night Is Yours" - Best Buy exclusive bonus track; B-side on "Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is" CD
- "Janie Jones" - The Clash cover, B-side to Bring It On Back
- "Where Are All My Good Friends?" - B-side to Bring It On Back
- "I Only Like You When I'm High" - B-side to Bring It On Back
The first single, "Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is", was released 18 September 2006 in the UK (see 2006 in British music). The song went to United States radio outlets 7 August.. It was first played 4 August by Australian radio.
NME first reported in June 2006 that the tracks *"L'espirit D'escalier", "Holiday", "Hey Kids" (for the U.S. version only), "Shiny Magazine", "Eleanor", and "All You Have To Do" were set to appear on the album.
On October 2nd, 2006, music reviewing website Pitchfork Media, known to be very critical of the band, released a review of the album. It did not contain the usual numerical album rating, nor was there a textual review, rather the page simply displayed a YouTube video of a chimpanzee urinating in its own mouth.
"Hey Kids" was released on the Elektra soundtrack but the band liked it so much, they revived it for this album.
An article in Australian newspaper The Herald Sun includes information on the following songs:
- "All You Have To Do":
|The album will open and close with a track currently titled "All You Have To Do". "It was a difficult song to finish because we were trying to find the answer to the question and everything sounded cheesy.|
|Eleanor sounds like it's from the '40s.|
- "King's Horses"
|There's one track, King's Horses, which is this nursery rhyme which talks a bit about the bitterness we felt over the past two years.|
- "Shiny Magazines"
|And there's Shiny Magazines which has the Phil Spector vibe.|
- "Shine On"
|The song "Shine On" was written by Nic to comfort his family after his father's death." "It was inevitable I would write a song that dealt with all of that, but it was almost too big a subject for me to handle," Nic says. "Then I got a phone call from my mum saying everyone was fucked so I wrote the song through Dad's eyes, what he would say to help everyone through. We recorded it in one take, but it was fucking emotional, very heavy. We couldn't be happier with this album.|
|2006||"Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is"||Mainstream Rock Tracks||#18|
|2006||"Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is"||Mainstream Rock Tracks||#9|