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|1. The House That Guilt Built|
|3. She Sends Kisses|
|4. This Boy Is Exhausted|
|6. Faster Gun|
|7. Thirteen Grand|
|8. Boys, You Won't|
|9. Ex-Girl Collection|
|10. Per Second Second|
|11. Everyone Chooses Sides|
|12. 13 Months In 6 Minutes|
|13. This Is Not What You Had Planned|
Get off your butt and go buy this already!
I would say this album is probably the year's best, which is saying a lot, although I liked the radiohead album on about the same level.
As a result, with Meadowlands, the Wrens have reached a new emotional level not only in their own work, but in their genre as well.
I gave this one start review to get your attention.
One star reviews are usually written by the biggest morons - present company here not excluded. Read more
I don't think a description of how an album like this one was made so perfectly parallels the experience of listening to said album. Read morePublished 18 months ago by RJ
I'm not the kind of guy to give an album 5 stars. It has been almost a decade since this album first leaked, and I think that is enough time to say that it is all of the great... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Scott Born
First off: I would give the original version of this album 4 stars. It's an excellent album from an excellent band. Read morePublished on December 25, 2011 by Ryan Dannar
The Meadowlands is a somewhat mysterious album. At first blush it's a pretty standard seeming pop rock album, but with not much listening you can tell there's definitely more to it... Read morePublished on September 28, 2010 by Matt Jacobs
How can I be the first person reviewing the Wrens classic album The Medowlands? How is that possible with an album that is so critically loved, so adored by a very patient... Read morePublished on March 10, 2010 by R. M. McManus
Wow! This group will never be as huge as it should be, but it can take comfort in having created on of the best albums I've heard in my rather long (for an indie rock fan) life. Read morePublished on October 21, 2009 by Goods
Like fellow one-namers Spoon and Doves, Wrens weave mildly intelligent, catchy indie rock from fairly familiar ingredients into something better then your status... Read more
I took a chance since it was only $2 and this has been my favorite album of this year. I'm embarrassed that I hadn't heard it before. Read morePublished on November 28, 2008 by memphiswaits