Secaucus is a 1996 album by The Wrens, an Americanrock band from New Jersey. Secaucus is named for the city in which it was recorded, Secaucus, New Jersey. The Wrens were signed to major labelGrass Records at the time of their tour supporting this album. The album had received excellent reviews from critics and fans alike, however, Grass dropped the band after they refused to be forced into a new contract. The Wrens' follow-up to Secaucus, The Meadowlands, was released seven years after, in 2003.