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Album Review

After going unplugged for The Morning Passengers EP: Acoustic Sessions, Green River Ordinance went for a bigger, anthemic sound with 2012's Under Fire, recording in Texas and Oklahoma with producers Jordan Critz, Chad Copelin, and Jarod Evans, who magnify the group's alt-country sound with an ample amount of pop sheen and thick guitar crunch. Mixed with mellow acoustic moments, the result is a more dynamic album than Out of My Hands, but the long-running Matchbox 20 and Goo Goo Dolls comparisons are still merited. That said, the sleek, polished production paired with the urgent hooks and tight harmonies make for some singles that are perfectly geared toward adult alternative radio.

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Cool Guys!

I got the pleasure of watching these guys live at Samford University, If you think they are good on here you should hear them live. Awesome group and cant wait to see what is next for these guys!

Woot best record yet

Great work!

Freakin' Awesome

A friend recommended this album. And I cannot listen to it enough! Love their sound!

Biography

Formed: Fort Worth, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Green River Ordinance's straightforward, radio-minded pop/rock is shaped by frontman Josh Jenkins, bassist Geoff Ice, drummer Denton Hunker, and guitarists Josh Wilkerson and Jamey Ice. Formed in Ft. Worth, TX, the band recorded its first EP in a church basement and supported its release with a grassroots campaign, which led to shows alongside the likes of Collective Soul, Eisley, and Mutemath. The Beauty of Letting Go further expanded the teenagers' audience in 2005, and Green River Ordinance's...
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