The JET BOYS took off in the late 80's after wild man Ono-Ching cut his teeth with seminal female-fronted punk group NICKEY & THE WARRIORS. By the mid-90's, the Tokyo Back from the Grave scene had created a buzz from beyond which got acts like the 5678's, GUITAR WOLF and of course JET BOYS noticed overseas. The band subsequently released material in the US on Sympathy for the Record Industry and Black Lung Records. One of the legendary Japanese punk bands still playing regularly, the JET BOYS still shock audiences with a berserk stage show that includes mayhem, milk showers and daikon grating action!
ONO-CHING - Vocals & Guitar
KODAMA - Bass
SEKI CHANG - Drums
CD Album - JP065
JET! JET! JET! is the cry of the the latest album by Japan's craziest rock 'n roll punk band still generating steam heat within the Tokyo garage scene. While influenced largely by New York punk of the late 70's, the JET BOYS go in several different directions including hardcore on tracks like, "ミラクル・アタック・レボリューション (Miracle Attack Revolution)" and punk pathetique with absurd lyrics and song titles like "SM Boy" and "マハラジャ・カーニバル (Maharaja Carnival)." The album art is a wild milk-drenched self-portrait by ONOCHING himself. Put this CD on your stereo and start grinding your daikons!