Play Rip Music
Billboard Magazine once called The Goods the 'ultimate local band,' The Goods have been an integral part of the Miami rock scene, weathering all it's highs and lows, for over a decade, started by Jim and John Camacho, brothers with a passion for rock and The Beatles. 'we have the instincual energy of babies crying, the beat of cro-magnon man and the harmony of a barbershop quartet,' explains Jim. 'They perform their own songs, which Camacho calls RIP music, a high-energy form of communication.' -Sun Tattler / Spring 1989 'It appears that their mad-as-a-March-hare-and-proud-of-it attitude is inspired by their resident muse, Sid King -25th Parallel / Jan 1990 'Catchy, danceable power-pop with real piano, lots of harmonies and big hooks' -Tampa Tribune / Spring 1990 'Most of the Goods music has a mesmerizing melody that the listener hears long after a concert ends' -The Miami Hurricane / Spring 1990 ---The Goods carry the torch of rock and roll.'