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Podcast Episode
Season
One
number
49
Type
Album Review
Post Date
12/20/2011

The Wrens

049 Secaucus by The Wrens

Seacaucus

Label
Grass Records
Release year
1996
Producer
Pedal Boy, The Wrens
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A sprawling 19-track album presents many challenges - can The Wrens maintain quality from start to finish on Secaucus?

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On the penultimate episode of the first season of Dig Me Out, we tackle the 1996 album Secaucus by The Wrens. A sprawling 19-track album presents many challenges - can the band maintain quality from start to finish, while providing enough diversity to avoid getting repetitive? Neither of us were familiar with Secaucus, so how does it fair, and what does it mean when bands like Cursive, The Who, Guided By Voices, Spoon, The Living End, Men At Work and the Pixies all get referenced during the discussion of one album?

Does This album bring back some great vibes?

Remember when you first discovered this album? We’re grateful to dig into these hidden gems and bring them the attention they deserve. Your support helps us uncover more albums deserve another moment in the spotlight.

Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Rest Your Head
  • 11:37 - Yellow Number Three
  • 13:05 - Rest Your Head 
  • 16:25 - Indie 500
  • 19:25 - I've Made Enough Friends 
  • 24:46 - Destruction/Dawn 
  • 32:44 - Built In Girls
  • 35:49 - Dance The Midwest
  • Outro - Still Complaining

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