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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-20-2010, 10:08 AM Thread Starter
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And it is funny how the both band names have animals in their titles

"Minus the Bear" and "Cage The Elephant"



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I'm surprised you haven't heard of cage the elephant. They've been pretty mainstream for a while now..

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I'm surprised you haven't heard of cage the elephant. They've been pretty mainstream for a while now..
Never really listen to Radio - Found them on Pandora then heard them on Sirius today - Well, that and I have been stuck in a Trance Phase for about 3 years

Also found these cheeky bastids who I dig the most



They also do a wicked cover of this classic


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cage the elephant is the shit. saw them play @ freakfest on halloween last year with 3EB. They way out played 3EB too. Great show. Great band.

Wish I could go see them play with QOTSA. That would be a HELL of a show.

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CTE is okay, I think their sound will make then a bit of a flash in the pan. But MTB is really cool; I first found them a year or so ago on Sirius.

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CTE is okay, I think their sound will make then a bit of a flash in the pan.

I think thats just because their singles got played sooooooo much on the radio when it came out.

Seeing them live they are rock starts. they will make a bunch of good music.

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