The Bloody Beetroots + Jet Release My Name is Thunder

We don’t do record of the week. But if we did it’d probably be this one.

When The Bloody Beetroots’ Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo originally wrote My Name is Thunder, he felt that the song needed a certain rock tone. Specifically the kind of rock tone that Nic Cester of Jet had. So, to cut a long story short, The Bloody Beetroots and a reformed Jet got together there began a collaboration which has resulted in not one, but two versions of the same song which have just been released as a double single.

So what we have here is one song and two mixes. One version driven by heavy synths and electronic beats while the other is led by JET’s gritty guitar-driven rock and roll. Check them both out for yourself. We love ’em both!

Play them LOUD!

The Bloody Beetroot’s version

Jet’s version


You can buy The Bloody Beetroot version HERE
You can buy the Jet version HERE