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Live from Camp X-Ray


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  • Audio CD (21 Oct 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Vagrant
  • ASIN: B00006L3M2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 133,509 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "thebofab" on 3 Nov 2002
Format: Audio CD
Music this good, music this pure, music this complicated, elgant, misunderstood and true, doesn't come along to often. This ain't background music baby. This is your point of focus. I don't know how these guys do it. Guitars, bass, drums, strings and the legendary horn section come together in a fury of dancability and fist in the air salutary emotion. If you are a music fan then you need a section in your record collection for Rocket From The Jive Ass Crypt! Give it up for the band!
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In my opinion only bettered by Hot Charity. This is RFTC at their vitriolic best. Sure, it's more political than it perhaps needs to be but, the view always seems to be one of Joe Public venting his grievances. It the disaffected voice of the common man given a rollocking beat.

The tempo is high, the riffs are rough, the energy is electric and the name of the band is still Rocket From The Crypt
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By zach walker on 30 Oct 2002
Format: Audio CD
Bam! John (Speedo) Reis and his fellow Rocketeers have done it again. Their new album (what is it now? there 9th album? I lost count) entitled Live From Camp X-Ray rocks you hard and sweet in just under 27 minutes. Rocket From The Crypt, San Diego's best of the best rock 'n' roll live band, have been in the scene for quite some time now, yet they never get old. With each album they've managed to refine their music style and still hold on to their roots and beliefs. Live From Camp X-Ray is Rocket's 2nd album on Vagrant Records, after last year's Group Sounds. This one picks up where Group Sounds left off. Each song on this baby has been hand crafted with Rocket love. With an added string arrangement on a couple tracks and a syncopating keyboard on a couple others, the band refuses to limit it's sound to typical punk rock aesthetics. The horn section (trumpet and sax) back up the duel Les Paul guitars quite nicely. When the sax isn't squealing' and squakin' the guitars are. What can I say about Speedo's voice? His romantic, passionate vocals serenade your ears just how you like it. If you can get past the pure sex of his voice then you'll also hear the messages he's singing about. Speedo sings on important issues, from "Too many balls gonna kill us all" which must be about the danger of testosterone driven macho men in today's world, to "Wading in American't/ Will you die for it?!" about America today how we all must look and reanalyze where we stand on it. The themes are important and handled well in that unlike most punk rock band, Reis sings about them to get you thinking with irony and clever wording, not punch you in the face demands. All and all I'd say this is a great addition to the Rocket collection and an album definitely worth listening to but, don't take my word for it.
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By Happy on 30 Oct 2014
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Love RFTC, Delivery Was Good & The CD Was In Great Condition, Would Order Again From This Seller...
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By B. Garner on 13 Oct 2007
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I got into Rocket from the Crypt back when they released 'Circa Now' in '92, and was lucky enough to see them live in '95 (probably one of the best gigs in my life).

I have to say that having strayed away from my punk roots its only recently that I've gone back to check out what they've been up to since. I was very disillusioned by their 'Scream Dracula, Scream' (apart from the magnificent 'On a rope'), 'Group sounds' and 'RFTC' albums. They either leaned too much towards rockabilly/ surf rock for me or the production and songwriting let them down. I then bought 'Hot Charity' , where I couldn't get past the tinny production, and I found nothing memorable in the songs, even though a few here suggest it may be their finest album.

This album, however is different. It flippin' rocks! Guitar riffs from heaven in every song (check out the 1st track 'Not Invisible', which in my opinion should be up there as one of the best guitar riffs ever). John 'Speedo' Reis and the group have gone back to the anthemic 'call- response' vocals which I think was what made 'Circa Now' sound so good and feel so uplifting. You just want to keep cranking the volume up for 35 minutes til your ears ring...

It seriously kicks ass from start to finish - no mucking about, no slow songs, and is easily their best release since 'Circa Now' in my opinion. If you're new to Rocket from the Crypt or have checked out the mentioned albums and not been impressed, give them a chance with this, or get 'Circa Now' first and then this. Turn it up loud and enjoy...
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