Jetset [new] (1992-1996)
Jetset was an Amiga demo group.
- Apache (sysop 'BLACK BOX' WHQ)
- Seck-4 (mainorg gfx, 01/93)
- The Boss (sysop 'CROSSED BONES')
- Vortex (code, ex Scoopex, new early93)
- Maddy (sysop 'METAL IMPACT', ex Fusion)
- Nose (gfx, ex Alcatraz, 94)
- Oli (ex Paradise)
- Phex (swap, ex Alcatraz, old handle Stearo)
- Sam (music, ex Paradise, 94)
- Skull (swap, ex Misery/Noxious, late93)
- Striker (sysop 'FLASHTRADE')
- Gamma (gfx music, ex Sonic)
- Psychlop (trade)
- Quantum (trade)
- Coyote (ex Desire, new late92)
- Murdock (ex Cyanide, new mid93)
The new Jetset was reborn late 1992, and was a Skid Row subgroup for a while, doing the usual cracktro duties. This partnership was later dissolved (likely sometime in 1993), and Jetset continued as a demogroup in their own right.
- The musicdisk "Overload 2" [01/93] won the demo competition at the Holland is OK Party '93 party in January, bringing the new year to a great start for the group!
- Finally Jetset died late this year, when the remaining Dutch members - Bullock (gfx), Eros (gfx), Jayce (music), Red Dwarf (code) and Timeless (music) - fusioned into the group Royal.
- Dutchmen Jay-One (gfx) and Steroid (swap, both ex Freestyle) both left to join the new Axis.
- German swappper Dark (ex Noxious, doublememb Skid Row) left to join TRSI.
- Dutch coder Magician Lord and British musician Hollywood (both ex Freestyle, 93) left to join Movement.
- Dutchmen IKillr (01/93), Eswat (01/93) and Timeless joined Paradox. News in RAW6, and confirmed in the "Black Box" demo. Timeless was later back in Jetset, and was one of the members who later went on to Royal.
- Storm (ex Godfather/Spaceballs) joined DCS.
- See Jetset (new)/Reviews for personal reviews for these releases.
Black Box (ECS Trackmo)
- Magician Lord
Overload (1991, ECS Musicdisk)
Overload 2 (1993, 24.01, ECS Musicdisk)
- I Killed Her
- Winner of the Holland is OK Party '93 demo competition!
The design is from the Braun European Top 20 TV show on MTV.
Tag (1993, early, ECS Disk)
- Magician Lord
Armageddon (1994, Demo)
- Raw Style
- Reviewed in Propaganda #4 (mid 94), where it was mentioned that the best bits were the music and some plasma routines, but that it was overall an average Jetset demo in the usual graffiti style...