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The Wrens - The Meadowlands mp3 download

Performer: The Wrens
Title: The Meadowlands
Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock
Location: Our Living Room
Duration: 56:08
Released: September 9, 2003
Date of recording: January, 1999 - January, 2002
Size MP3 version: 1559 mb
Size FLAC version: 1928 mb
Size WMA version: 1569 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 638
Genre: Pop Rock

The Wrens - The Meadowlands mp3 download

Album · 2003 · 13 Songs. The Meadowlands Wrens.

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The Meadowlands is the third studio album by American indie rock band the Wrens, released by Absolutely Kosher Records on September 9, 2003, and in the UK and Europe two years later on September 19, 2005 by LO-MAX Records. Recording of the album originally began in January 1999, but writer's block and a loss of faith in the tracks they were recording meant the band took four years to complete the album, with many songs being rewritten or scrapped as recording proceeded.

What the album cover and song titles do not convey however, is how perfectly the themes of Meadowlands are pulled off, whether this is demonstrated through Bissell’s agonized lyricism or the reverb-laden guitars. The Wrens’ third release takes us to a place far-removed from the carefree demeanor of youth and even the not-so significant adolescent years; a period at which life becomes a bitter pill to swallow and little can be done to rectify the situation.

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Features Song Lyrics for The Wrens's The Meadowlands album. The Wrens - The Meadowlands Album Lyrics. 1. Everyone Chooses Sides Lyrics.

The Wrens' "The Meadowlands" comes very close to being a classic, as chances are that you'll love it. The only problem here is that singer Charles Bissell is not that likable (I can see a lot of people not liking him too much). He does a good enough job, but if he were more likable then the album would benefit much better as a whole. The lyrics tend to be pretty forgettable and hard to hear, though at times they can be interesting. Musically the production is great and the band sounds like a lo-fi-ish indie rock band with a little alternative and punk thrown in.

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The Wrens are an American indie rock band from New Jersey. The group consists of Charles Bissell (guitar/vocals), brothers Greg Whelan (guitar) and Kevin Whelan (bass/vocals), and Jerry MacDonald (drums). The Wrens had received an offer a few years previously to release the album on Drive-Thru Records, but decided instead to sign to Absolutely Kosher Records, run by their friend Cory Brown. Despite the critical success of The Meadowlands, the band were unable to start work quickly on a follow-up album due to financial and personal constraints: Bissell had left his job in advertising to earn his living as a guitar teacher but the other three members remain in full-time employment (the Whelan brothers work for a multinational pharmaceutical company in New York.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The House That Guilt Built The Wrens 1:22
2 Happy The Wrens 5:33
3 She Sends Kisses The Wrens 5:57
4 This Boy Is Exhausted The Wrens 4:17
5 Hopeless The Wrens 5:08
6 Faster Gun The Wrens 3:50
7 Thirteen Grand The Wrens 4:09
8 Boys, You Won't The Wrens 4:29
9 Ex-Girl Collection The Wrens 4:39
10 Per Second Second The Wrens 3:38
11 Everyone Choose Sides The Wrens 4:39
12 13 Months in 6 Minutes The Wrens 6:50
13 This Is Not What You Had Planned The Wrens 1:37


Lysa Hawke - Design
Jerry MacDonnell - Group Member
Charles Meixco - Group Member
Pedal Boy - Engineer, Mixing
Sett - Group Member
Greg Whelan - Group Member
The Wrens - Primary Artist