12 Songs, 48 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
77 Ratings
77 Ratings
Jedidiah Wick ,

Thank you for Talent Lord!

Finally, The best of the best come together in epic fashion. Listening to Steve Miller on guitar is better than any amount of coffee a person could ever dream of consuming, and his riffs are way cooler than the batmobile. Jon Skaggs on the drums is just further proof, in case we missed the memo, that "the magic is in the minus" I.E. "less IS more." AND FINALLY...David Hodges voice; always bringing to light the truth to the genious that is he, a song writing giant. No matter the setting, he has the God given ability to write a melody and then sing it with a voice that carries the weight of what we are all yearning for~ to FEEL the song and be left with the NEED to listen again and again~instead of just sitting through another session of "Big Label" Industry embellished, shallow poprock soundwaves, waiting for the last track to end. "THANK YOU FOR TALENT LORD!" to quote a dear friend.

aliciaish ,

The best kept secret

While I feel privileged to have been enjoying the spoils of David Hodges' music for many years while widespread acclaim was lacking, I wish more people listened to his tunes. This musical venture might just be my favorite yet. Kings & Thieves puts the FUN back into rock, and this album is cohesive, moving, and energetic from start to finish. I could listen to David sing anything, but these lyrics are far from musical filler. I can't pinpoint just one amazing song because they're all strong. Ten bucks is the price of a drive through meal, why not spend your money on rock and talent that'll still be around after the indigestion fades?


Love at first listen.

Anything David Hodges touches musically is golden. He is a genius. All of his work is great and this new project with Steven Miller is no exception. It's been a long time coming since there was a full-length album of music from David and now my thirst has been quenched. Every song on this album is great, from the renditions of some older songs (Ghosts In the Water, Chase the Sun, and Crime) to the brand new ones. Although they will probably change, my favorite songs right now are Ghosts In the Water, Used to Be, The Silence, and Your Gravity. The whole album is great though. Buy it.

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