With scores of multi-platinum albums, AEROSMITH continues to inspire generations to get their wings, get a grip and just push play.
What does JPP stand for?
JPP stands for Just Push Play (Aerosmith album)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 64 other meanings of JPP in our Acronym Attic
- Jean Pierre Papin (French football player/manager)
- Jim Parsons Project (band coalition)
- João Pedro Pais (singer, Portugal)
- Joint Permit Processing
- Joint Planning Process
- Joint Program Plan
- Jones Point Park (Alexandria, VA)
- Journal of Prisoners on Prisons
- Journal of Propulsion and Power (US Air Force Research Laboratory)
- Jubilee Primary School (Gold Coast, Australia)
- Jacksonville Professional Photographers Association (Florida)
- Japan Poker Player's Association
- Japan Post Production Association
- Jawatankuasa Pembaharuan Perkhidmatan Awam
- Jewish Progressive Political Association (George Washington University; Washington, DC)
- Joubert Park Public Art
- Johnson Preschool Performing Arts Academy (San Marcos, CA)
- Jalur Pemanduan Potensi Belajar (Indonesian: Potential Scouting Line Learning; Hasanuddin University; Indonesia)
- Joint Policy and Planning Board
- Joint Premises Project Board (UK)
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1 (2) Songbird - Eva Cassidy 2 (-) Discovery - Daft Funk 3 (1) No Angel - Dido 4 (4) White Ladder - David Gray 5 (3) Parachutes - Coldplay 6 (5) Not That Kind - Anastacia 7 (-) Just Push Play - Aerosmith 8 (6) All That You Can't Leave Behind - U2 9 (-) Who A Nelly - Nelly Furtado 10 (15) Renaissance - Lionel Richie 11 (8) Born To Do It - Craig David 12 (7) Reptile - Eric Clapton 13 (9) Onka's Big Moka - Toploader 14 (-) Regeneration - Divine Comedy 15 (12) Lost Songs 95-98 - David Gray 16 (10) Marshall Mathers LP - Eminem 17 (21) Gotta Tell You - Samantha Mumba 18 (22) Very Best of - The Pogues 19 (14) Sing When You're Winning - Robbie Williams 20 (20) Chocolate Starfish And The Hot Dog - Limp Bizkit
By a quirky coincidence Just Push Play, the latest album from rock veterans Aerosmith, also features robotic artwork - a chrome-skinned android replicating Marilyn Monroe's famous skirt-lifting pose from Seven Year Itch.
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