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Editors’ Notes

Cage the Elephant make soulful, sweaty, unrestrained music, inspired by everything from Iggy and the Stooges to American blues. Tracks like “James Brown,” “Drones In the Valley,” and “Tiny Little Robots” run on the same garage fumes that fuel the Hives and International Noise Conspiracy, while  “Back Stabbin’ Betty” sounds like an X-rated outtake from the Stones’ Exile on Main Street.

Customer Reviews

Instant classic album

Finally a rock album without some oversinging kareokee singer. Great vocals, unique beats, and some dirty guitar (in a good way). If you are tired of what punk/rock music is right now, get this album.

Don't just buy 'Ain't No Rest For the Wicked'.

Get the whole album. it is revolutionary and will blow your mind. In One Ear- best song on the album, 5 stars James Brown- catchy tune, 4.5 stars Ain't no rest for the wicked- amazing song and great meaning, 5 stars Tiny little robots- great overall, 4 stars Lotus- softer, but still great, 4 stars Back against the wall- amazing great lyrics, 5 stars drones in the valley- probably the worst song on the album, 3 stars judas- cool guitar, 4 stars back stabbin' betty- guitar intro sounds like california uber alles, 4 stars soil to the sun- pretty good nice guitar, 4.5 stars free love- great 80s sound, 4.5 stars


Like Jason Mraz on speed.


Formed: 2006 in Bowling Green, KY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Although chart success in England was an unlikely first step to fame for a band from Bowling Green, Kentucky, mainstream rock band Cage the Elephant achieved just that. Formed by Matt Shultz, Brad Shultz, Jared Champion, Lincoln Parish, and Daniel Tichenor, the group earned a contract with the Relentless label and released the "Free Love" single late in 2007. A support slot for the Pigeon Detectives beckoned in early 2008, and follow-up single "Ain't No Rest for the Wicked" reached the Top 40 in...
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