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Thank You Happy Birthday


Download links and information about Thank You Happy Birthday by Cage The Elephant. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 44:36 minutes.

Artist: Cage The Elephant
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 44:36
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No. Title Length
1. Always Something 3:41
2. Aberdeen 3:12
3. Indy Kidz 5:02
4. Shake Me Down 3:31
5. 2024 3:10
6. Sell Yourself 2:11
7. Rubber Ball 3:47
8. Right Before My Eyes 3:14
9. Around My Head 3:11
10. Sabertooth Tiger 2:51
11. Japanese Buffalo 3:03
12. Flow 7:43



On their sophomore LP, Cage the Elephant snarl, flail and smash their way through a brace of heavy yet bouncy tracks before coming to an uneasy resting place at the album’s end. Like Kentucky-bred quintet’s debut offering, Thank You Happy Birthday owes an obvious debt to the Pixies; singer Matt Shultz’s fearsome yelps come directly from Black Francis’ manic playbook. Beyond this, the band stakes out its own territory thanks to a self-aware lyric sensibility, violent-to-delicate guitar riffage and a bipolar sense of dynamics. Schulz and his cohorts pull back from the brink of chaos by emphasizing hyper-catchy chorus hooks on tracks like “Around My Head,” “Aberdeen” and “Shake Me Down.” Dollops of speed-metal (“2024”), faux-mellow pop (“Rubber Ball”) and surf guitar-rock (”Indy Kidz”) keep the listener from getting comfortable, setting things up for the closing number “Flow,” a simmering tribal stoner jam. Shultz’s bratty, taunting vocal spews are as much directed at his own rock-star pretensions as the stupidities of the world around him.