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Get to the Top

by The El Caminos

Punkrock, Kiss, The Misfits, Rancid, NY DOLLS
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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1. Picture
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2. Action
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3. Baby, Be My Baby
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4. Rock N Roll City
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5. Hospital Bed
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6. No Sympathy
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7. Back in Trouble
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8. Get to the Top
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9. My Way
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10. Pistolero
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Devin Herndon

New Hope Found In A Cannibalistic City
I could start this review off with another rock 'n' roll cliche you've already heard over and over for the hundredth time but It would undermine the grandeur of this release. What I will say however instead is sometimes there are soundtracks we encounter through life that immortalize us. The music carries us further down our evident predetermined path or it memorializes the moments of where we have been or came from. This album, I can only refer to as the evocation of the human spirit with divine riotous action pulling all the broken parts of my soul and working to repair the shattered remains of my heart. This album has given me hope in more terrains than I can list. Hope within the elements concerning the city of Atlanta, punk rock, humanity and such. Its a very well recorded, well written series of paintings of recovery depicting a lifetime plagued with sadness, pain, death, guilt and healing that comes to you wrapped in sincere honesty. I really can't listen to just one song on the release, I have to listen to them all, although if needed "Picture", "Action", "Rock And Roll City", "No Sympathy" and "Hospital Bed" would be my favorites. The Caminos have really raised the bar and kicked up the heat on the street a notch with this release. I would cal it easily the best of 2012.