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We just met Mark Salling yesterday at the Glee stop at Orland Park, and had to instantly come home and find out that he had this amazing voice. We are the newest fans of Jericho, for sure now. Can't wait to here you sing on Glee! We are for sure part of the Echo Park Ornithology Club of fans for Jericho.

Rocking into Country

Overall, I found this album enjoyable and somewhat idyllic.

Tracks like "Laen" and "Yoked Equally"(which had an essence of Shinedown) offered refreshing sounds. Personally, I found it difficult to categorize this music into one specific genre.

Tracks like "Smoke Signals," "Echo Park Ornithology Club" and "Presence and Power" had essence of the South - the subtle country influence is one of the albums greater assets. [Note for "Smoke Signals": This may be reading into it too much, but I admire the use of alliteration in the title and the imagery in the lyrics. They made the effort the actually WRITE music - the right way.]

"Creature" seems to be the most popular song; the vocals reminded me of Matchbox Twenty... regardless, it's definitely a fun song.

These guys are definitely worth checking out.

review for Smoke Signals

I became interested in Mark Salling because of Glee and discovered in the process he's an incredible songwriter/singer. Love the album!


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Within a year after Jericho's 1995 formation, this Australian quartet bombarded their surroundings of South Easter Victoria with a series of independent EPs. Their self-released debut, Home Grown, featured the line-up of Danny McDonald (vocals/ guitar ), Leigh Thomas (vocals/ guitar ), Bill Downie (bass) and Geoff Barnes (drums), debuting their package of upbeat power-pop. That same year, their...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Jazz
  • Released: Feb 08, 2008

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