|Origin||San Bernardino, California|
Jenoah was an American punk rock band from San Bernardino, California. They were signed to Drive-Thru Records through November 2006. On November 30, 2006, the band announced via MySpace that they had broken up.
|Morning Is When Jenoah Wakes Up|
|Studio album by Jenoah|
|Recorded||Love Juice Labs, Riverside, California|
|Genre||Alternative rock, Punk rock|
Morning Is When Jenoah Wakes Up
Shortly after Jenoah got signed to Drive-Thru Records, the EP, Morning Is When Jenoah Wakes Up, was released digitally as the first of two free downloadable EPs (the second being hellogoodbye's Hellogoodbye) on the label's homepage. The physical release was issued later with two bonus songs. The album's cover art comes from a photo published on page 130 of the February 1966 issue of Playboy magazine.
All songs written by Jenoah.
- "Wish for Alliance" – 2:51
- "Ex-Suits" – 3:58
- "Openly" – 3:33
- "Coughing Up Blood" – 3:23
- "Jamie" – 3:11
- Bonus tracks
- "Wish For Alliance (Alternate Version)" – 3:03
- "Ex-Suits (Alternate Version)" – 4:16
- Zachary Blizzard – drums, percussion, Vibra-Tones
- Robbie Halbert – Guitar, Moog
- Stephen Joshua Martinez – vocals, bass
- Lucky Philip Rodrigues – Guitar, vocals
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