The Soul Cages is the third full-length studio album released by English musician Sting. Released on 17 January 1991 in the UK and on 21 January 1991 in the US, it became Sting's second No. 1 album in the United Kingdom. This was Sting's first album to feature guitarist Dominic Miller, who would become a regular collaborator.
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 Grammy Award for Best Rock Song in 1992.
Since 2009, the song "Saint Agnes and the Burning Train" has been used as the character theme song for Running Man's Lee Kwang-soo.
On 15 January 2021, Sting released an expanded version of The Soul Cages to celebrate its 30th anniversary. Along with the original 9 tracks, this new edition includes 13 bonus tracks that consist of remixes, extended mixes, and a pair of songs sung in Spanis...