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Cavo - Thick as Thieves
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Cavo - Thick as Thieves

4.33
Reviewer :
Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Release date: 2012-02-27 Year: 2012
Label: Eleven Seven Music
Genre: Modern Rock
Producer: Skidd Mills
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St. Louis based Cavo got only one chance on Reprise Records with "Bright Nights Dark Days". Too bad as it was a very good modern rock album, produced by David Bendeth and which is a must have in your collection if you ask me. The band, however, had a great time and toured with well known acts as Daughtry, Lifehouse, Shinedown, Sick Puppies, Adelitas Way and The Veer Union, which I suppose gave them a taste to continue without a major label support
Now two years later they're back and have teamed up with the talented Eleven Seven Music, which really have a great bunch of bands signed to them.
Thick As Thieves is to me a surprisingly good album and had not really believed that they could top the last in fact. But this is actually one step better, with a little tougher sound signed Skidd Mills and slightly sharper songs. The harder title track "Thick As Thieves" and "War Within" are both really impressive track where you see the band's best side with crunchy guitars combined with melodies that stuck at once. Vocalist Casey Walker got with this “nice” and clean voice a nice contrast to their music that feels like a perfect blend with hard rock and pop. The softer "California" and "Southern Smile" are also tracks worth to mention from this fine album, which of course is a must buy if you like Modern Rock in its purest form.

Tracklisting 1. Thick As Thieves
2. Give It Away
3. Hold Your Ground
4. California
5. Circles
6. Celebrity
7. Never Gonna Hurt
8. War Within
9. Last Day
10. Run
11. Southern Smile


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