The Soul Cages is the third full-length studio album released by Sting. Released in 1991, it became his second No. 1 album in the United Kingdom. The album was dedicated to Sting’s recently deceased father who died in the late 1980s. The Soul Cages is a concept album in which the songs are a reflection of his relationship with his father and how he felt after his death.
It spawned four singles: “All This Time”, “Mad About You”, “Why Should I Cry for You” and “The Soul Cages”.
The title track won Sting the first ever Grammy Award for Best Rock Song in 1992.
A1 Island Of Souls
A2 All This Time
A3 Mad About You
A4 Jeremiah Blues (Part 1)
A5 Why Should I Cry For You
B1 Saint Agnes And The Burning Train
B2 The Wild Wild Sea
B3 The Soul Cages
B4 When The Angel Falls