CAVA CAVA - The Collection
Richard Hixson - Guitar
Steven Parris (Steven Young) - Vocals
Jonathan Hallett - Bass, Keyboards (-83)
Derek Ritchie - Drums (-83)
Michael Seeman - Drums (83-)
Paul Darville - Bass (83-) (http://www.facebook.com/people/Paul-Darville/100000306501123)
01 Where's Romeo
02 Pink Shower
03 Back To The Zoo Of Tears
04 Lipstick Man
05 Burning Boy
06 Brother Brihgt
08 Country Boy
09 Love Storm
10 The Clown
11 See Saw & sway
12 Burning Boy (extended mix)
Link to download:
It contains their whole album (tracks 1-9) and three bonus songs.
CaVa CaVa or ?
Where's Romeo c/w See Saw And Sway 
Brother Bright 
Im sorry i dont have more bio and info about this very obscure group except what you can see here:(
I found only these:
"However, only those with the most detailed interest in the minutiae of synthesised 1980s pop will recall the Wareham-based band Ca Va Ca Va, who were honoured by having the lyrics for their 1982 single Where's Romeo? duplicated in the pages of Smash Hits.
The band - Steven Parris (vocals), Richard Hixson (guitar), Jonathan Hallett (bass, keyboards) and Derek Ritchie (drums) - went on to release a follow up, Brother Bright, in 1983 before fading into obscurity."
"They had 3 singles on Regard Records (London) in '82-'83. The debut single "Where's Romeo" was incredibly catchy synth-pop that should have been a big hit. Singer had an unusual voice. The band which became a hot topic in BBS. They are quartet from Bonemath (?) debuted on Regards Records which Hayze Fantayzee and Won The Jugler (?) also were on. "Cava Cava" is supposed to mean "Hi, how are you?" in French. Steven said "I thought this name is it as double names were popular like Duran Duran and Talk Talk. Their looks are idol-like that reminds Kajagoogoo and G. I. Orange."
"Hello, I was the drummer in Cava Cava right up to 5 weeks before theysigned their record deal.
Having been with them for sometime and doing demo's at Matrix studiosin London with Richard Mazda (Ex Tours) producing, recording BBC radioone sessions, playing live, rehersals twice a week and more demos forEMI (they signed some band called Duran Duran not Cava Cava what everhappend to Duran Duran(?)....... it felt like the world had ended whenSteve & the band booted me out... but in the end I can say that I didnot share the debt they had after they had spent all theiradvance ;) ..... still love em all but did not keep in touch muchbeyond 1983/84" Dave Parsons
If you have any more info,pics,material,article ,send me please!