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The Calling - Camino Palmero (2001)

The Calling - Camino Palmero (2001)

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The Calling - Camino Palmero
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1. "Unstoppable"   3:59
2. "Nothing's Changed"   4:44
3. "Wherever You Will Go"   3:28
4. "Could It Be Any Harder"   4:41
5. "Final Answer"   4:34
6. "Adrienne"   4:30
7. "We're Forgiven"   4:31
8. "Things Don't Always Turn Out That Way"   4:11
9. "Just That Good"   3:54
10. "Thank You"   2:58
11. "Stigmatized"   4:31

Total length: 46:06

The Calling Band Members / Musicians
Alex Band – lead vocals
Aaron Kamin – lead guitar, backing vocals
Sean Woolstenhulme – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
Billy Mohler – bass
Nate Wood – drums, backing vocals

Ron Fair – synthesizer
Bob Glaub – bass guitar
Paul Mirkovich – keyboards
Zac Rae – organ
Satnam Ramgotra – percussion, tabla

Ron Fair – Executive Producer
Tiago Becker – Assistant Engineer
Marc Greene – Engineer
Robert Hadley – Mastering
Frank Harkins – Art Direction, Design
Chris Lord – Mixing
Stephen Marcussen – Mastering
Doug Sax – Mastering
Matt Silva – Mixing
Marc Tanner – Producer
David Thoener – Engineer, Mixing

Camino Palmero is the debut studio album recorded by American alternative band The Calling. It was released by RCA Records on July 10, 2001. It contains their hit single "Wherever You Will Go". The title of the album comes from a Los Angeles street where band members Alex Band and Aaron Kamin first met. The record has many grunge influences and also has a lot of guitar solos.

Camino Palmero peaked at number 36 on Billboard 200 and was certified Gold by RIAA. The album was also certified Gold in Canada in November 2002 after sold more than 50,000 units. The album also did well on several International charts, among others it made number 12 in UK, number 16 in Italy and topped the charts in Mexico, holding 1× Diamond status plus 3× Platinum. World sales of the album are estimated at approximately 5 million. In Brazil, it has been certified Platinum by ABPD.

The album deals with romantic love, relationships, break up and betrayal.

The coverart of the album represents the platforms 5 and 6 of the Santa Maria Novella railway station in Florence, Italy.

The Calling is an American rock band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 1996 by lead singer and guitarist Alex Band and guitarist Aaron Kamin. The current, official lineup of the band (as of 2020) consists of Band, Daniel Thomson & Travis Loafman, the latter two both joining The Calling in 2016. They are best known for their hit single, "Wherever You Will Go", which topped the Adult Top 40 for 23 weeks, making it the second longest running number one in the chart’s history and later named the number one song of the decade of 2000s on the Adult Pop Charts by Billboard magazine. Their debut album Camino Palmero was released in July 2001 and was a commercial success.

Their second album Two, was released in June 2004. Its lead single "Our Lives" was featured in the closing ceremonies of the 2004 Summer Olympics as well as the opening song of the 78th annual Academy Awards.

The band broke up in 2005, but in 2013, The Calling reformed with a new lineup.

The Calling Band Members / Musicians

Alex Band - lead vocals, songwriter (1996–2005, 2013–present); rhythm guitar (2015–present)

Daniel Thomson - drums, percussion (2014–present)

Travis Loafman - lead guitar (2016–present); bass (2020–present)

Cubbie Fink - bass, backing vocals (2016–present)

Ryan Levant - keyboards, backing vocals (2016–present)

Aaron Kamin - lead guitar, songwriter (1996-2005)

Sean Woolstenhulme - rhythm guitar, backing vocals (1996-2002)

Billy Mohler - bass (1996-2002)

Nate Wood - drums, percussion, backing vocals (1996-2002)

Dino Meneghin - rhythm guitar (2002-2003)

Sean Kipe - lead guitar, backing vocals (2013)

Jake Fehres - bass (2013)

Art Pacheco - drums, percussion (2013)

Kaveh Rastegar - bass (2004)

Corey Britz - bass, keyboards, backing vocals (2004-2005)

Justin Derrico - lead guitar (2004-2005)

Daniel Damico - rhythm guitar, keyboards, backing vocals (2004-2005)

Justin Meyer - drums, percussion (2004-2005)

Al Berry - bass (2016)

The Calling Discography Full - Studio albums
Camino Palmero (2001)
Two (2004)

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