By: Spacelab Research Staff
The long vaulted Wrens albums Silver and Seacaucus are being reissued by Wind-up Records. It's a story that started in the nineties, when Wind-up Records was still called Grass Records. Grass signed the Wrens, and the band released Silver in 1994 and Secaucus in 1996.
As the label began transforming into the machine now known as Wind-up Records, the band and the label didn't see eye to eye on what the future would look like. That lead the Wrens to move to Absolutely Kosher, where they released The Meadowlands in 2003 to great success and acclaim. Now Wind-up has found a need to reissue the older albums, saying “The music is too important to keep in some vault.”
The albums are available now on iTunes, there's no word yet on whether they'll get a CD or vinyl offering.