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Free Download: Cage the Elephant

In 2009, Cage the Elephant released their self-titled debut album. With songs like "Ain't No Rest for the Wicked," Cage the Elephant received ample acclaim from critics and listeners alike. Here is another cut off the album, titled "Tiny Little Robots" for a free download.

Artist: Cage the Elephant
Hail From: Bowling Green, KY
Song: Tiny Little Robots
Album: Cage the Elephant
Sounds Like: Arctic Monkeys, The Strokes

In Their Words: "A really big mind-opening discovery period was when we left and moved to England. We had everything at our fingertips because in a small town like Bowling Green, we were just trying to make a record that was pure.  For us that was Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, and all that. When we moved over to England we started to discover The Pixies, Butthole Surfers, and Black Flag. It’s been a really cool journey." - Singer Matt Shultz

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Thanks to artistdirect.com and lithiummagazine.com for the info


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