Jet To Release 2004 Perform Of ‘Get Born: Live At The Forum’ -
Jet played AC/DC LANE on Tuesday 13 February 2018 to announce their upcoming National Get Re-Born Tour. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Jet played AC/DC LANE on Tuesday 13 February 2018 to announce their upcoming National Get Re-Born Tour. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Jet To Release 2004 Perform Of ‘Get Born: Live At The Forum’

by Paul Cashmere on May 8, 2018

in News

Jet will release a live album from their 2004 show in hometown Melbourne featuring an early show recorded just months after the release of their debut ‘Get Born’.

‘Get Born: Live At The Forum’ was recorded on April 30, 2004, seven months after the release of the album. The album is the exact setlist from the evening and features most of the tracks from the album and a few that weren’t.

Get Born: Live At The Forum tracklist

Jet Get Born Live At The Forum1. Get What You Need (from Get Born, 2003 track 5)
2. Last Chance (from Get Born, 2003 track 1)
3. Rollover DJ (from Get Born, 2003 track 3)
4. Sweet Young Thing (unreleased Monkees cover)
5. Lazy Gun (from Get Born, 2003 track 12)
6. Radio Song (from Get Born, 2003 track 7)
7. Look What You’ve Done (from Get Born, 2003 track 4)
8. Hey Kids (b-side to Are You Gonna be My Girl)
9. Are You Gonna Be My Girl (from Get Born, 2003 track 2)
10. Cold Hard Bitch (from Get Born, 2003 track 9)
11. Get Me Outta Here (from Get Born, 2003 track 8)
12. Take It Or Leave It (from Get Born, 2003 track 11)
13. Move On (from Get Born, 2003 track 6)
14. That’s Alright Mama (from Get Born, bonus disc limited edition)

Jet didn’t perform track 10 ‘Come Around Again’ or track 13 ‘Timothy’ at the show.

‘Get Born: Live At The Forum’ does include the Jet version of The Monkees ‘Sweet Young Thing’ performed on the night, but to date not available on any album.

Jet will tour Australia for the ‘Jet – Get Born Live’ tour for Live Nation starting May 29 in Newcastle. The tour will conclude at the Forum Theatre, where the Get Born live album was recorded 14 years ago.

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