Jetstream (song)

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Single by New Order
from the album Waiting for the Sirens' Call
Released 16 May 2005
Format CD, 12"
Genre Alternative dance
Length 3:47 (radio edit)
5:23 (album version)
Label Warner Bros.
Songwriter(s) Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris, Phil Cunningham, Peter Hook, S. Price, A. Lynch
Producer(s) New Order, Stuart Price
New Order singles chronology
"Waiting for the Sirens' Call"
"Waiting for the Sirens' Call"

"Jetstream" is a single by New Order. Released through Warner Music on 16 May 2005, it is the second single to be taken from their album Waiting for the Sirens' Call.

The single, an aeroplane/air travel themed track, features Scissor Sisters member Ana Matronic on backing/second vocals.

The single charted at number 30 in the Republic of Ireland, and number 20 in the United Kingdom, down from the positions held by the previous track, "Krafty". The video for the song is the first to feature the band since 1993's "World (The Price of Love)".

Track listings[edit]

All tracks written by New Order, S. Price and A. Lynch.

CD #1: NUOCD14 (UK & Europe)
No. Title Length
1. "Jetstream" (radio edit) 3:47
2. "Jetstream" (Richard X Remix Edit) 3:38
CD #2 (Enhanced): NUCDP14 (UK & Europe)
No. Title Length
1. "Jetstream" (Jacques Lu Cont Rmx/2nd) 8:21
2. "Jetstream" (Richard X Remix) 7:42
3. "Jetstream" (Tom Neville Remix) 7:35
4. "Jetstream" (Arthur Baker Remix) 7:04
5. "Jetstream" (Ana Bridge Vox) 5:22
6. "Jetstream" (Video/U-MYX)  
12": NUOX14 (UK & Europe)
No. Title Length
1. "Jetstream" (Jacques Lu Cont Remix) 8:19
2. "Jetstream" (radio edit) 3:47
3. "Jetstream" (Richard X Remix) 7:42
4. "Jetstream" (Tom Neville Remix) 7:35
Digital download-only mixes
No. Title Length
1. "Jetstream" (New Order's Bunker Mix) (Remixed by New Order) 5:38
2. "Jetstream" (Tom Neville Dub) (Remixed by Tom Neville) 6:31
3. "Jetstream" (Phela Vox) (Remixed by Pete Heller) 9:02
4. "Jetstream" (Phela Dub) (Remixed by Pete Heller) 9:07

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2005) Peak
Australian Singles Chart[1] 79
German Media Control Singles Chart[2] 86
Irish Singles Chart[3] 30
UK Singles Chart[4] 20
US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play 3
US Billboard Hot Dance Singles Sales 7


  1. ^ Ryan, Gavin (2011). Australia's Music Charts 1988-2010. Mt. Martha, VIC, Australia: Moonlight Publishing. 
  2. ^ "Charts Surfer - UK, German and French charts". Retrieved 2008-09-03. 
  3. ^ "The Irish Charts". IRMA. Retrieved 2008-10-02. 
  4. ^ "Chart Stats - New Order". Archived from the original on 2012-05-25. Retrieved 2008-10-02. 

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