Warm Jets

Warm Jets

Also known as Warm Jets, The
Members of Warm Jets: Colleen Browne, Ed Grimshaw, Louis Jones, Paul Noble

Discography of Warm Jets:

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Pages of releases table:
# Cover Release title Total tracks Download full release in mp3 Release Date Label
1

Move Away EP

4 mp3 1997-06-30
2

Move Away EP

4 mp3 1997 Island Records
3

Warm Jets E.P.

4 mp3 1996
4

Never Never EP

4 mp3 1997
5

Never Never

3 mp3 1998
6

Never Never

3 mp3 1998 Island Records
7

Hurrïcane EP

4 mp3 1997-10-06 Island Records
8

Hurrїcane EP

4 mp3 1997-10-06
9

Hurricane (CD 2)

3 mp3 1998 Island Records
10

Hurricane

3 mp3 1998
11

Future Signs

12 mp3 1997 Island Records
12

Hurricane

4 mp3 1998 Island Records
13

Hurricane

3 mp3 1997 Island Records
14

Future Signs

12 mp3 1997 Island Records
15

Hurricane

2 mp3 1998 Island Records
16

Warm Jets EP

4 mp3 1996 This Way Up
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A British indie rock band were formed in 1995 by Louis Jones, Paul Noble and Ed Grimshaw and signed to This Way Up records in early 1996. They recruited former Pale Saints, Parachute Men and erstwhile Rialto member Colleen Browne on bass guitar duties. After the release of their debut EP “Autopia” the band received some positive press and played some prestigious support slots and festival appearances including an arena tour with Blur. The band appeared on NME’s annual tour of up and coming bands in early 1998. Their only album “Future Signs” was released in 1998, mixed by Glyn Johns. The band had top forty hits in Britain with “Never Never” and “Hurricane”. The group’s name derives from Brian Eno’s 1973 album, “Here Come the Warm Jets”.
The band had some short lived tabloid fame when singer Louis Jones had a relationship with DJ Zoe Ball. They were also often namechecked by Jones’ friend / media buddy Paul Kaye under his famed Dennis Pennis alter ego. Soon after their brief dalliance with the charts and a moderately successful tour in 1998 to support the “Future Signs” album, Paul Noble (previously a guitarist with late 80s indie rockers Eat) departed from the band.
The remaining trio then recruited former Strangelove and Blue Aeroplanes guitarist Alex Lee as a temporary replacement, but from that point onwards very little was heard of the band’s further activities with regard to recording any new material. Unsurprisingly, the enforced silence was made permanent when the group decided to disband quietly without any fanfare shortly after Island Records dropped them.

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