This article does not cite any sources. (April 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
|Also known as||Cartoon Boyfriend (1997-2000)|
|Origin||Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Genres||Power pop, alternative rock, indie rock|
|Labels||Island Records, Aezra Records|
|Associated acts||Fig Dish, The Prairie Cartel, The Assembly|
|Past members||Blake Smith
Caviar was an alternative rock band from Chicago, Illinois. The band was created around 1999 by vocalist Blake Smith and bassist Mike Willison after the breakup of their previous band Fig Dish. Guitarist Dave Suh and drummer Jason Batchko were added to complete the lineup. Smith and Willison later performed with Scott Lucas of Local H in the electronica project The Prairie Cartel, and Smith now performs with Chicago noise pop band Forgotten Species, while Willison is the Portland pop solo project Merit Badge. Guitarist Suh has remained active and is currently the lead vocalist and lead guitarist of a Chicago band called The Assembly.
Caviar has had several songs played on the radio. The songs "Tangerine Speedo" and "On the DL" were their biggest hits. "Tangerine Speedo" was featured in the first Charlie's Angels movie and "Sugarless" was featured on the soundtrack of Gone in 60 Seconds. Safeway has featured in its TV commercials two songs from Thin Mercury Sound, including "Clean Getaway" in the summer of 2005 and "Lioness" in 2004. "Tangerine Speedo" was also featured in the ending of the 2003 film "The Cat In The Hat", a movie adoption of the Dr. Seuss book of the same name.
A snippet of their song "The Good Times Are Over" was used in one of the final scenes in the DragonBall Z television special, "Bardock: The Father of Goku".
- "Caviar - Chart history | Billboard". www.billboard.com. Retrieved 30 April 2017.
|This article on a United States-based pop music group is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|