The Storms of Early Summer: Semantics of Song

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Saddle Creek
Utgivningsdatum
2 nov 1998
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11 låtar
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37:43

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1 The Rhyme Scheme 3:43 25 047
2 A Career in Transcendence 2:17 20 546
3 The Road to Financial Stability 2:33 20 529
4 Tempest 2:33 20 668
5 Break In the New Year 4:02 18 805
6 Proposals 5:04 18 333
7 Semantics of Sermon 2:51 21 852
8 A Little Song and Dance 3:16 18 679
9 When Summer's Over Will We Dream of Spring 3:51 16 095
10 Northern Winds 3:00 16 291
11 Absence Makes the Day Go Longer 4:33 15 495

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  • OcellatedGod

    Sounds a lot like ATDI circa El Gran Orgo. Awesome.

    18 jul 11:12 Svara
  • Audiobinge

    The most underrated album[2] I love new Cursive too but "The Rhyme Scheme" alone, that's a Kasher classic.

    10 sep 2012 Svara
  • TheGodfather234

    The best. I'd give anything to see them play this and Domestica live.

    18 jul 2010 Svara
  • dangerdrive

    How come nobody talks about this album? It's fuckin' brilliant. [2] This is the best album of them.

    17 maj 2010 Svara
  • HandsomeJake

    LOVE

    19 sep 2009 Svara
  • BrianSoph

    The most underrated album

    14 aug 2009 Svara
  • skifiend86

    What's the deal with this being so low on the charts? It's fucking fantastic. It definitely rivals Domestica and The Ugly Organ for quality, though I must admit I couldn't find the CD anywhere until I ordered it, and supposedly the tracks are hard to come by on P2P networks.

    15 mar 2009 Svara
  • bushytailed

    The best album. Happy Hollow is a disgrace.

    23 feb 2009 Svara
  • Ramambo

    THE BEST I GOT TO GET YOUR ATTENTION

    7 feb 2009 Svara
  • everydayforever

    How come nobody talks about this album? It's fuckin' brilliant.

    15 jan 2009 Svara

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