In One Ear

Album: Cage the Elephant (2008)
Charted: 51
  • This track was originally the Kentucky five-piece's second single from their self-titled debut album peaking at #51 in the UK. It was re-released in March 2010.
  • The song is a tongue-in cheek riposte to those in the music industry that doubted the band in their early days.
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Comments: 4

  • Elmer H from Westville, OkA few years ago I got their CD "Cage The Elephant" and love the whole album. This song has such an "in ya face" attitude about it that I love. And it sent a message to those in the music industry who had a fickle unsupportive air toward the band. We saw Cage The Elephant perform in Tulsa, OK. a few months ago. Top notch band! The rock stations in my area are playing more Elephant songs now. And I hear that their next album is to be released soon. Go Elephant Go.
  • Dusty from St. Louis, MoI love this song.
  • Kerri from Vineland, NjI totally agree with Caitlyn, my local radio station WMMR recently started playing Cage the Elephant and I love this band!!!.........Kerri Vineland NJ
  • Caitlyn from Royersford, PaI love how they call out the critics at the end. It's such a badass song! Cage the Elephant are totally underrated
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