In News You Missed This Week

In News You Missed This Week

To celebrate Bikini Kill frontwoman and key figure in the riot grrrl movement, Kathleen Hanna’s recent performance at Boston’s Wilbur Theatre Boston Mayor Marty Walsh proclaimed that April 9, 2015 is now officially “Riot Grrrl Day” in Boston.

The full text of his proclamation:


The riot grrrl philosophy has never felt more relevant, with misogyny still rampant in many cultural spaces;” and “Riot grrrls redefine the language used against them and continue to fight the newest incarnations of patriarchy. In doing so, they ironically confirm one ex-congressman’s accidental wisdom: ‘the female body has ways to try to shut that down.’ It sure does: women’s voices telling their stories can shut that down.”


While Punk had been popular since the mid 1970’s by the late 1980’s it hadn’t, as yet, produced a popular female fronted group… but that was about to change.

The beginning of the ‘90s saw most of the music world’s attention beginning to focus on Seattle’s burgeoning music scene but an hour south of Seattle in Olympia WA, and centered around Evergreen College, another music scene was beginning to take shape. 

Overshadowed by Seattle, but no less noisy, this music scene was built by, built for, and built around Women, their bands and a sub-genre of Punk dubbed Riot Grrrl.

Riot grrrls weren’t afraid of volume, impoliteness and the hounds of political correctness. They had a message, and they wanted to say it as loud as possible.

In 1991 the riot grrrl manifesto was published in the pages of BIKINI KILL ZINE 2.

Two of the seminal riot grrrl groups were Bikini Kill and Bratmobile. Started in 1991 by University of Oregon students Allison Wolfe and Molly Neuman Bratmobile would break-up publicly on stage in 1994, reform in 1998 and break-up again in 2003.

Bikini Kill formed in Olympia, WA, in 1990 with Kathleen Hanna (vocals), Billy Karren (guitar), Kathi Wilcox (bass) and Tobi Vail (drums).

Noted for their fiery live performances and notorious for its radical feminist lyrics the band while occasionally

collaborating with high-profile acts such as Nirvana and Joan Jett 

was better known for shunning both the major record labels and the mainstream rock press. In 1997 after releasing two full length albums, several EPs and two compilations the band called it quits. Hanna would then go on to produce the lo-fi solo project The Julie Ruin and the band Le Tigre.

In 2015 riot grrrl bands and their philosophy don’t receive the kind of press coverage that they received 25 years ago but


The riot grrrl philosophy, aesthetic and legacy continues to influence art today including a slew of new female punk projects like The Barbazons, Slutever and others.




bikini kill




Revolution Girl Style Now! (Cass) (Self Released) 1991 Bikini Kill/Huggy Bear  Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah / Our Troubled Youth (LP, Split, MP3) Kill Rock Stars 1992
Bikini Kill/Huggy Bear  Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah / Our Troubled Youth (Cass,
LP, Split) Catcall 1993
Pussy Whipped (CD, LP) Kill Rock Stars 1993
Pussy Whipped (LP) Wiiija Records 1993
The C.D. Version Of The First Two Records (
CD, MP3) Kill Rock Stars 1994 
Reject All American (
CD, LP, MP3) Kill Rock Stars 1996
Bikini Kill/Huggy Bear
Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah / Our Troubled Youth (LP) Kill Rock Stars 2004

Singles & EPs:

Bikini Kill (12″) Kill Rock Stars 1992
New Radio +2 (7″) Kill Rock Stars 1993
Peel Sessions  (7″) Not On Label 1993
I Like Fucking / I Hate Danger (
7″, MP3) Kill Rock Stars 1995
The Anti-Pleasure Dissertation (
7″, MP3) Kill Rock Stars 1995
Team Dresch / Bikini Kill –
Spring Tour 1996 (7″) Banda Bonnot 1996
Bikini Kill (12″) Kill Rock Stars 2004
New Radio +2 (
7″, MP3) Kill Rock Stars 2009


The Singles (CD, MP3) Kill Rock Stars 1998 


“Rebel Girl”  Kill Rock Stars 2008 Sampler (CD) Kill Rock Stars 2008 
“New Radio” 
20 Years Of Kill Rock Stars (MP3) Kill Rock Stars 2011  

Singles & EPs:

“Suck My Left One” There’s A Dyke In The Pit (7″) HARP Records 1994
“Suck My Left One”
There’s A Dyke In The Pit (7″) Outpunk Records 1994


“Feels Blind” Kill Rock Stars (CD, LP) Kill Rock Stars 1991
“Daddy’s L’il Girl” 
Give Me Back (LP) Ebullition Records 1991
“Candy” Throw – The Yoyo Studio Compilation (
CD, LP) Yoyo Recordings 1992
“New Radio” 
Some Songs: From The Kill Rock Stars Singles (CD) Kill Rock Stars 1997
“Capri Pants” 
The Record Shop – 30 Years Of Rough Trade Shops (2xCD) V2 Records, Inc. 2006
“Feels Blind”
Rock Stars: Summer in Olympia, 1991 (LP) Kill Rock Stars 2011
“Rebel Girl” Up To D.A.T (CD) Mad’s Collectif  Unknown

Writing & Arrangement:

“Rebel Girl” Lynyrd’s Innards / Nation Of Wenonah (Split 10″) What Else? Records 1996 
Lutefisk –
Burn In Hell Fuckers! (LP) Bong Load Records 1996
“Rebel Girl” Wynona Riders, The – How To Make An American Quit (CD) Cold Front Records 1999
“In Accordance To Natural Law” Los Campesinos! – My Year In Lists (
7″, Digital) Wichita 2008
“Double Dare Ya”
More Than Music, Volume 1 (7″) Stonehenge Records 2009
“Jet Ski” Iron Chic – (Cosmic) Future (7″) Yo-Yo Records  2011

  The C.D. Version Of The First Two Records

Playing Time: 30:52

bikini kill - the c.d. version of the first two records

1. Double Dare Ya (2:40)
2. Liar (2:35)
3. Carnival (1:30)
4. Suck My Left One (2:24)
5. Feels Blind (3:21)
6. Thurston Hearts The Who (3:45)
7. White Boy (2:26)
8. This Is Not A Test (1:59)
9. Don’t Need You (1:27)
10. Jigsaw Youth (1:55)
11. Resist Psychic Death (1:40)
12. Rebel Girl (2:47)
13. Outta Me (2:23)


Buy The C.D. Version Of The First Two Records from Kill Rock Stars


Buy The C.D. Version Of The First Two Records from Interpunk



Double Dare Ya









Pottymouth (CD, LP, Digital) Kill Rock Stars 1992
Ladies, Women And Girls  (
CD, LP, Digital) Lookout! Records 2000
Girls Get Busy (
CD, LP, Digital) Lookout! Records 2002

Singles & EPs:

Brainiac / Bratmobile Live (7″) Twelve-Vex-Twelve 1992 
Kiss And Ride (7″) Homestead Records 1992
Heavens To Betsy / Bratmobile – My Secret / Cool Schmool (7″) K 1992
Bratmobile / Tiger Trap – Throwaway / Words And Smiles (7″) Four Letter Words 1992 
Bratmobile / Veronica Lake – Working Holiday (May) (7″) Simple Machines Records 1993
Peel Session (CD EP) Dutch East India Trading (US) 1994
Peel Session (CD EP) Strange Fruit (UK) 1994
The Real Janelle (CD EP, 12″) Kill Rock Stars 1994



“Punk Rock Dream Come True” International Pop Underground Convention (CD, 2xLP, Digital) K 1992
“Bitch Theme”  Julep – Another Yoyo Studio Compilation (
CD, LP) Yoyo Recordings  1993
“90’s Nomad”
Lookout! Freakout, Episode 2 (CD) Lookout! Records 2001
“I’m In The Band”
Lookout! Freakout Episode 3 (CD) Lookout! Records 2003 
20 Years Of Kill Rock Stars (MP3) Kill Rock Stars 2011


“Girl Germs”  Kill Rock Stars (CD, LP) Kill Rock Stars 1991
Throw – The Yoyo Studio Compilation (CD) Yoyo Recordings 1992
“She Said” Neapolitan Metropolitan (3×7″) Simple Machines Records 1992
“There’s No Other Way”
Teenbeat 100 (7″) 1993 
“There’s No Other Way”
Wakefield. The TeenBeat Boxed Set (4xCD) Teenbeat 1995
“There’s No Other Way”
Wakefield. The TeenBeat Story/Vol. 4/1985-1995/February 23rd, 1985 (CD) Teenbeat 1995
“Eating Toothpaste” Girls Kick Ass (
CD, LP) Vitaminepillen Records 2001 
“Kiss And Ride” 
Yo-Yo A Go-Go 1999 (CD) Yoyo Recordings 2001  
“Gimme Brains”
Plea For Peace / Take Action (CD) Sub City Records 2001  
“Kill And Ride” Songs For Cassavetes – An All Ages Film (A Film By Justin Mitchell) (
CD, Digital) Better Looking Records 2001 
“Gimme Brains” Boys Lie: A Bunch Of Punk Rock Girl Bands!! (CD) Lookout! Records 2001
“I’m In The Band” Then Is The New Now (CD) Lookout! Records 2005
“Girl Germs”
Kill Rock Stars (LP) Kill Rock Stars 2011


“Polaroid Baby” Big Songs for Little Attention Spans, Volume 2 (Digital) 2004
“Eating Toothpaste”
Be On The Lookout! (9xFile, MP3) Lookout! Records 2009  
Kill Rock Stars Best Sampler Ever (Digital) Kill Rock Stars 2010 


 Ladies, Women and Girls

Playing Time: 31:55

1. Eating Toothpaste (2:26)
2. Gimme Brains (2:16)
3. It’s Common (But We Don’t Talk About It) (2:16)
4. Not In Dog Years (1:53)
5. You’re Fired (2:51)
6. Cheap Trick Record (1:40)
7. In Love With All My Lovers (2:06)
8. 90’s Nomad (2:10)
9. Well You Wanna Know What? (3:26)
10. Flavor Of The Month Club (2:35)
11. Affection Training (1:56)
12. Do You Like Me Like That? (2:37)
13. Come Hither (2:28)
14. Girlfriends Don’t Keep (1:15)


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Black Friday

It’s just before 8:00 am here on the snowy East Coast this Friday after Thanksgiving. By now some people have probably finished their Christmas shopping and I haven’t even begun my Christmas list. For myself, I’m staying home and avoiding the marauding hordes at the mall.

The real reason for this post… earlier this week I refreshed the links to my 2007 post about the Britpop band the Boo radleys which can be found here.

Now for that second cup of coffee!


Boo! Forever

Wake Up!

Giant Steps

Everything’s Alright Forever


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In Heavy Rotation

Talk about falling into a rut! For the last month, whether because of laziness, or maybe I thought that they’d provide the answers to the secrets of the Universe, these three albums, Dawnrazor, The Essential Radio Birdman and Crickets And Fireflies were my constant musical companions on my daily walk. 

No matter how you like your music, the straight with chaser punk and rock n’ roll of Radio Birdman, the throat shredding Goth of Fields of the Nephilim or the psychedelic noodling of Kinski, Paik and Surface Of Eceyon this post likely has something to suit your musical tastes.

Rock Steady!


Fields of the Nephilim – Dawnrazor (1987)

Playing time: 58:14


fields of the nephilim - dawnrazor


1. Intro (The Harmonica Man) 1:59
2. Slow Kill 3:40
3. Laura II 4:37
4. Preacher Man 4:46
5. Volcane 5:01
6. Vet for the Insane 6:50
7. Secrets 3:33
8. Dust 4:21
9. Reanimator 2:56
10. Power 4:33
11. The Tower 5:37
12. Dawnrazor 7:09
13. The Sequel 3:12


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Radio Birdman – The Essential Radio Birdman (1974-1978) (2001)

Playing time: 71:01


1. Aloha Steve and Danno 4:00
2. Murder City Nights 2:25
3. New Race 2:45
4. Love Kills 3:46
5. Descent Into the Maelstrom 4:26
6. Burn My Eye ’78 1:37
7. I-94 3:38
8. Anglo Girl Desire 3:11
9. Hand of Law 4:48
10. Snake 3:09
11. Do the Pop 2:36
12. Non-Stop Girls 2:44
13. What Gives- 2:28
14. Man With the Golden Helmet 5:40
15. Hanging On 3:40
16. Crying Sun 2:57
17. Smith & Wesson Blues 2:57
18. Time To Fall 3:14
19. Alone In the Endzone 2:09
20. Breaks In My Heart (live) 2:55
21. More Fun (live) 2:00
22. Dark Surprise (live) 3:56


(Part 1)  (Part 2)


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Kinski •  Paik •  Surface Of Eceyon ‎– Crickets And Fireflies (2004)
Playing Time: 70:49



1. Kinski – Keep Clear of Me I Am Maneuvering With Difficulty (20:08)
2. Paik – Spanish Holiday (13:49)
3. Paik – Eva (6:57)
4. Surface of Eceyon – Concert of Stars (29:55)


(Part 1)  (Part 2)


 Crickets and Fireflies is available from these sellers at


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The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions

I’m sure that you’ve all heard that expression at some time in your life and at the beginning of this year I had every intention of posting more in 2014 then I had in 2013…and yet here it is February 22 and my first post of the year is a re-run.

You can thank Rob for that because he wrote and asked me to refresh the links for The Adverts The Wonders Don’t Care.

Well as long as I was doing that I also refreshed the links for Die Toten Hosen’s Learning English – Lesson 1 and Mass. Ave.: The Boston Scene (1975-83) which are also part of my original 2008 post.


The Adverts – The Wonders Don’t Care



Die Toten Hosen – Learning English – Lesson 1



DIY: Mass Ave.: The Boston Scene (1975-83)



You can find my original 2008 post and the new download links here.

And thank Rob for finally getting me off my butt.


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For Your Dining & Dancing Pleasure

I’m too busy at work to do much writing right now, but I can always find some time to refresh the links to some of my older posts. I noticed several weeks ago that the following artists,  St. Johnny, Cul de Sac, The Dentists and Trotsky Icepick had been receiving numerous hits, but of course all the links were dead… well that’s been rectified… so enjoy.

The Sleepers

Formed in Palo Alto, California, The Sleeper’s: Ricky Williams (vocals), Michael Belfer (guitar), Paul Draper (bass) and Tim Mooney (drums) were one San Francisco’s earliest Punk rock groups and a key member of 

the punk and new wave scene… centered around the Mabuhay Gardens… to SF what CBGBs was to New York

With the deep vocals and the inscrutable lyrics of singer Ricky Williams, throbbing bass lines and the neo-psychedelic guitar-work of Michael Belfer the Sleepers

challenged [both] the rigid bash-’em-out structures of early punk [and helped to] stretch the boundaries of the style into what is recognized today as “post-punk.”

   The Less An Object compiles everything the Sleeper’s released, two rare 7” from their punk/ post punk days, 1981’s quieter, but darker Painless Nights plus three unreleased tracks.

Williams and Mooney later joined the San Francisco punk group Toiling Midgets and after Williams passed away in 1992, Mooney left to join the group American Music Club.





Painless Nights (LP) Adolescent Records 1981
Painless Nights‎ (LP) Superior Viaduct 2012
Painless Nights‎ (LP, MP3) 1-2-3-4-GO! 2012

 Singles & EPs:
The Sleepers‎ (7″) WiN Records 1978 
The Sleepers‎ (7″) Superior Viaduct 2013
The Sleepers‎ (7″) WiN Records Unknown
Mirror / Theory (7″) Adolescent Records 1980
Holding Back (7″) Mediumistic Records 1994 

The Less An Object‎ (LP) Tim/Kerr Records 1996
The Less An Object‎ (CD) Tim/Kerr Records 1996



“Mirror” Songs From The Edge Of The World‎ (CD) Superior Viaduct 2013

“Zenith/Theory” Savoy Sound Wave Goodbye‎ (LP) Go! Records 1981
“Time Has Come Today” Miners’ Benefit‎ (CD) White Noise Records 2003 
“Seventh World” Black Hole – Jon Savage Presents Californian Punk 1977-80 (CD) Domino‎ 2010


“Sister Little” Louder Faster Shorter‎ (DVD) RE/Search Publications 2007


The Less An Object (1996)

Playing Time: 67:32


1. Seventh World (2:51)
2. No Time (3:10)
3. Flying (2:22)
4. She’s Fun (2:24)
5. Linda (4:14)
6. Mirror (3:35)
7. Theory (Single Version) (5:51)
8. Holding Back (2:41)
9. When Can I Fly (3:28)
10. Walk Away (2:55)
11. The Mind (3:17)
12. Intro (1:30)
13. Forever (4:22)
14. Zenith/Theory (10:02)
15. B-Side (4:07)
16. Los Gatos (4:22)
17. Step Back (2:02)
18. Let Me Free (4:19)


The Less An Object (Part 1) (Part 2)


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The Wrens: Hold onto Your Day Job

OK… so where did the summer go? Tomorrow is Labor Day but it seems like it was just Memorial Day.


With just a bit more luck the Wrens might be better known today then they are… but then how many other bands can we say the same thing about? The answer to that is most!

Formed in the late 1980’s the group consisted of guitarist/vocalist Charles Bissell, guitarist Greg Whelan, bassist/vocalist Kevin Whelan, and drummer Jerry MacDonnell.

For several years they performed using various names until 1993 when they released a 7” single as “The Low”, unaware that in Duluth, Minnesota, there already existed a slowcore group with that name.

Changing their name to the Wrens they submitted “The Low” single to Grass/Dutch East India, who, on the strength of it signed them to a contract. 

In 1994 Grass/Dutch East India released the the Wren’s debut full length, Silver 

which mixed the dream pop of bands like My Bloody Valentine and Chapterhouse with … quirky indie rock.

Their 1996 sophomore album, Secaucus, replaced Silver’s hazy dream pop with

 a direct but slightly slanted rock sound.

If you need a reference, it compares favorably to the music of Archers of Loaf.

Generally well received by the critics it appeared that the band had finally come into its own, but, for the fact, that late in the summer of 1995 Alan Melzter bought Grass/Dutch East India with every intention of moving the label from it’s indie roots towards a more “hit-oriented direction.”

Melzter did offer the Wrens a million-dollar contract with the proviso that they make their music “more radio-friendly,” but when the group balked the label dropped them.

Keeping their days jobs allowed the band to soldier on, recording and releasing their music whenever the opportunity to do so presented itself. What allowed the band to remain viable during this period was that all the band members, except MacDonnell, who moved out in 1996, lived in the same house, turning their dining room into a recording studio.

After four years of work the group’s third album, The Meadowlands, was released by by the band’s longtime friend Cory Brown on his Absolutely Kosher label.

A shambling, sprawling, shifting affair The Meadowlands, like 1996’s  Secaucus, trades in a classic indie rock sound… accessible, but not overtly experimental either.

The album’s first track, “The House That Guilt Built,” opens with the sound of crickets which is followed by the line

It’s been so long since you heard from me

That line along with

“Are you happy?/You got what you want/I’m over it now”

from the album’s second cut, “Happy,”  help to set The Meadowlands generally melancholic tone but the band saves its rock moments for the end of the album,

“Per Second Second,” is

an angular, Pixies-esque bit of punk

while the anthemic “Everyone Chooses Sides” closes out the album.





Silver ‎(CD) Grass Records 1994
Silver ‎(CDr) Not on label 1994  
Silver ‎(CD, Digital) Wind-Up 1997
Secaucus ‎(LP, CD) Grass Records UK 1996
Secaucus ‎(CD) Grass Records US 1996
Secaucus ‎(CD) Wind-up 1996
Secaucus ‎(CD, Promo) Grass Records 1996
Secaucus ‎(CDr) Not On Label
Overnight Success (Cass) Not On Label 1998
The Meadowlands ‎(CD) Absolutely Kosher Records US 2003
The Meadowlands ‎(CD, Ltd) Absolutely Kosher Records US 2003
The Meadowlands ‎(2xLP) BB*ISLAND, Absolutely Kosher Records Germany 2006
The Meadowlands ‎(CD) Lo-Max Records UK 2006

Singles & EPs:

The Low 7″ (7″) Dow Boy Records 1993
Napiers (7″) Grass Records 1994 
‎Life Stories From The Union‎ (7″) Sonic Bubblegum 1995 
Rest Your Head ‎(7″, CD Single) Grass Records UK 1996
Abbott 135 ‎(CD EP) Ten23 Records 1997
Abbott 1135 ‎(CDr EP) Not On Label
Wrens, The / Park Ave. – Split Single‎ (7″ Single) Saddle Creek 1997
Wrens, The And Five Mod Four, The – Split CD‎ (CD EP, Digital) Contraphonic 2005




“Miss Me” You’ll Never Eat Fast Food Again‎ (CD) Drive-Thru Records 1999
“Boys You Won’t Remember” Mitzvoth‎ (CDr) Absolutely Kosher Records 2002 
“Hopeless” No Tsuris‎ (CDr) Absolutely Kosher Records 2005  
“Hopeless” Chosen‎ (CDr) Absolutely Kosher Records 2005
“Faster Gun” Pop, Shmop‎ (CDr) Absolutely Kosher Records 2005 
“Nightswimming” Drive XV – A Tribute To Automatic For The People‎ (21xFile MP3) Stereogum 2007 
“Per Second Second” I Used To Be Goth‎ (CDr) Absolutely Kosher Records 2010

Singles & EPs:

“Stands For Love V.3 Or 4 (Faster Gun Demo)” Ladies And Gentlemen Issue 1‎ (12″) Lagmag  2003 



“Ruth” Brutal Bunch! Volume 1‎ (CD) Metal Hammer (UK) 1995 
“Napiers” 2001: A Grass Odyssey – Volume 2‎ (CD) Grass Records 1995
“Rest Your Head” Score Some Grass (CD) Grass Records 1996
“Let’s Pretend” Germs (Tribute) – A Small Circle Of Friends (CD, LP) Grass Records 1996
“Let’s Pretend” Germs (Tribute) – A Small Circle Of Friends ‎(CD) Gasatanka Records 1996
“Let’s Pretend” Germs (Tribute) – A Small Circle Of Friends ‎(CD, LP) Dragnet Records 1996
“Let’s Pretend” Germs (Tribute) – A Small Circle Of Friends ‎(LP, Blue) Grass Records, Gasatanka Records 1996
“Our Brightest New Year” K 01‎ (7″ EP) k la bunde records 1996 
“I’ve Made Enough Friends” Grass Of ’96‎ (CD) Grass Records 1996 
“The Seventh Stranger” The Duran Duran Tribute Album (CD, LP) Mojo Records 1997
“Everyone Chooses Sides” Magnet New Music Sampler Volume 32‎ (CD) Magnet Magazine 2004
“Hopeless” Now Hear This! 33‎ (CD) Word Magazine 2005
“Boys, You Won’t” Sounds – Now!‎ (CD) Musikexpress 2005
“This Boy Is Exhausted” SPEX CD #58‎ (CD) Spex Magazine 2005
“Happy” Jeffrey Hyman Was A Ramone‎ (CDr) Absolutely Kosher Records 2006  
“They’ll Need A Crane” Hello Radio: The Songs Of They Might Be Giants‎ (CD) Bar/None Records, MM3 Records 2006
“She Sends Kisses” Sweet Fifteen – Rough Trade Publishing 1991 To 2006 (2xCD) Rough Trade 2006
“Faster Gun” Rough Cuts 7 (Music For Films)‎ (CD) Rough Trade Publishing 2007
“Bouys, You Won’t” (Acoustic Live On KEXP) Knights In Shabbat Service (An Absolutely Kosher Sampler) (CDr) Absolutely  Kosher Records 2007 
“Sleep” Rock The Net‎ (CD) Thirsty Ear  2008  
“Everyone Choose Sides” Great‎ (CDr) Misra, Absolutely Kosher Records 2008
“Stop (Start) Twenty Seven” Radio Brian Volume 2‎ (Cass) Brian Records 2011

Secaucus (1996)

Playing Time: 53:53

the wrens-secaucus 


1. Yellow Number Three (1:04)
2. Built In Girls (3:00)
3. Surprise, Honeycomb (3:58)
4. Rest Your Head (3:24)
5. Won’t Get Too Far (3:02)
6. Joneses Rule Of Sport (3:46)
7. Dance The Midwest (2:20)
8. Still Complaining (2:43)
9. Hats Off To Marriage, Baby (2:37
10. Jane Fakes A Hug (5:05)
11. Counted On Sweetness (2:54)
12. I’ve Made Enough Friends (2:48)
13. Luxury (2:35)
14. Indie 500 (3:08)
15. Safe And Comfortable (3:27)
16. Destruction/Drawn (1:28)
17. I Married Sonja (2:43)
18. I’ll Mind You (1:25)
19. It’s Not Getting Any Good (2:26)


 Secaucus (Part 1) (Part 2)


The Meadowlands (2005)

Playing Time: 56:08


the wrens-the meadowlands


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

The Meadowlands (Part 1) (Part 2)


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