Billboard Magazine once called The Goods the "ultimate local band,"
The Goods have been an integral part of the Miami rock scene, weathering all its 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."