Jet Force Gemini was a third person shooter released in 1999 for the Nintendo 64. The game was a mixture of old-school enemy shooting, a third person adventure, and the typical collectible excess that was usually expected from Rare games.
The game was quite impressive by offering great graphics, great enemy A.I., some violence and a great level of challenge. Even so, the game wasn't very successful commercially and nowadays has much more of a cult following.
In 2010, Canadian video game website GamerSyndrome had a short interview with Nintendo of Canada's Julie Gagnon. At the end of the interview the interviewer played word association with her, and after saying "Jet Force Gemini" Julie replied with "I've never heard of that game".
Graeme Norgate was supposed to compose the soundtrack for this game, but he left Rare and joined Free Radical. Instead, Robin Beanland and Alistair Lindsay composed it together.
according to Graeme Norgate's Iinkedln account, what he did compose the music and provide sound design.