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The Wrens Live at Maxwell's 01/24/2004

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house that guilt built
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personal second
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choose side
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happy
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faster gun
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Your Love
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mad enough friend
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hopeless
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she sends kisses
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built in girls
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was there ever an us
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north to nothing
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napiers
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suprise honeycomb
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broken
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safe and comfortable
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indie 500
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Album Information
EXPLICIT // EXCLUSIVE // LIVE

Total Tracks: 17   Total Length: 89:14

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yeah, but...

2fs

So the tracks are mislabeled and poorly indexed. The sound quality isn't really that bad - and it's a pretty fine performance. For the record: 1. The House That Guilt Built 2. Per Second Second 3. Everyone Choose Sides 4. Happy 5. Faster Gun 6. Your Love (30 seconds or so - cover of The Outfield song) 7. I've Made Enough Friends 8. Hopeless 9. She Sends Kisses 10. Was There Ever 11. Built in Girls 12. I Guess We're Done 13. North to Nothing 14. Napiers 15. Two-Headed Boy (about a minute and a half of the Neutral Milk Hotel song) 16. Surprise, Honeycomb 17. Broken 18. Safe and Comfortable 19. Indie 500 So look at it this way: you get 19 songs for the price of 17.

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the wrens at their best (live)

rorschach

ok, the song titles are all out of order and the quality isn't perfect, but the wrens are amazing live and this show must have been awesome. definitely download this album if you're a wrens fan. by the way, nmh fans, track 13 isn't Napiers, it's a (partial) cover of Two-Headed Boy.

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CABlE

grgeouhaueuh;iuzdsererb'ou

It seems to me that the mix is all off for these gys BUT maybe someday they'll make it in the states.

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Poor Quality

Johnrey

I love the Wrens, but avoid this CD. The recording quality is very poor with some tracks being significantly louder than others, and ever present crowd noise. Editing is also poor and track names aren't even correct. I'm suprised this was even offered for download and honestly feel it should be removed. Steer clear unless, like another reviewer, you have some sentimental attachment to this particular performance.

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jersey dudes make a dent

Daviso

I sure as hell was at this show, and even seen them play naked at my friend DF's house at some party in Hoboken one hot summer night in early 00s. The live music captured here was quite a nite, for one thing the room was jammed, and it wasn't just a few nerds playing for a couple other nerds. Now everybody knows that nj is America's best kept secret and bands like this that stay under the radar for awhile are worth the wait and deserve the applause. Every time I play this back it's like I'm there again spilling beer all over the place and having an awesome Saturday nite. Thanks guys.

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