As the old adage goes, good bands borrow, but great bands steal. Having already collected enough press to wallpaper an apartment on the Lower East Side—mind you, on the merits of a four-song EP— Australia’s Jet is being touted as rock ’n’ roll’s newest saviors. Thankfully, Jet’s debut, Get Born, is as decorated as its lightning-quick rise to fame. Melding hot-wired guitar licks with bubble-gum melodies, Get Born serves up slabs of ole-fashioned, pumped-up guitar rawk alongside delicate shards of melancholic balladry. From the rowdy, AC/DC-infused stadium rock of “Cold Hard Bitch” to the moving, McCartney-esque piano pop of “Look What You’ve Done,” Jet proudly steals from the masters and, along the way, delivers one of the best debuts of the year.