From page 83 of Classic Rock Magazine November 2003
‘Get Born’ (EastWest) One may question the wisdom of naming your band after one of Wings’ more irritating songs. And eyebrows may certainly be raised when you note that not only does this Melbourne quartet’s biography name-drop both The Stooges and AC/DC in swift succession, but also that Jet share management with The Vines. Hmm, so what have we here? More antipodean chancers seeking to hitch a ride to garage-loving London on the shirttails of The Strokes and Datsuns? Actually, given the scope of ‘Get Born’, it would be a tad unfair to smear Jet with such a tag. Sure there are plenty of trashy rockers like ‘Take It Or Leave It’ and ‘Last Chance Honey’ that certainly evoke comparisons to Iggy and company, but equally there’s material like ‘Are You Gonna Be My Girl’ that marries the drive of AC/DC with Keith Richards’ low slung, sleazy-driven guitar. And if ‘Get What You Need’ or ‘Come Around Again’ are just a little too Stones-by-numbers, at least the Beatles-styled ‘Lazy Gun’ and ‘Look What You’ve Done’ add colour to an enjoyable debut.