2000
Label: Saddle Creek - LBJ-31 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock, Emo
Cursive - Domestica (CD, Album)

At Saddle Creek and iTunes the record is also listed as " Cursive - Cursive's Domestica ". Fold-out sheet: Jamie Massey ([email protected]) Recorded and Mixed at Dead Space Mastered at Dead Space by A. J. Mogis and at Studio B by Doug Van Sloun All Songs written by Cursive © (SESAC) In loving memory of Jim Marsh & Chester Walter Verkuilen/5(37).

 · Domestica by Cursive, released 20 June 1. The Casualty 2. The Martyr 3. Shallow Means, Deep Ends 4. Making Friends and Acquaintances 5. A Red So Deep 6. The Lament of Pretty Baby 7. The Game of Who Needs Who the Worst 8. The Radiator Hums 9. The Night I .

 · referencing Domestica, LP, Album, RP, Red, LBJ The 2nd image for this release is wrong. It shows the round red sticker on the cover, which states the release is a gr/5().

 · Domestica is a concept album that tells the story of the relationship between “Sweetie” and “Pretty Baby”, two characters mentioned in various songs throughout the album.

 ·  · Led by vocalists Tim Kasher and former Lullaby for the Working Class frontman Ted Stevens, Domestica explores Kasher's messy divorce through a series of clever but transparent metaphors. Domestica is a concept album harping on the ugliness and beauty of love, a treatise on the pains of divorce and romance. While the themes are nothing new, they are /10(88).


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2 Replies to “Cursive - Domestica (CD, Album)”

  1. Domestica is a really good album, with some great parts that foreshadow what's yet to come from Cursive. This may not be their best, however it's a must listen for any fan as it is a very important stepping stone in the evolution of their sound with very few misfires and plenty of infectious dissonance that Cursive always delivers/5(75).

  2.  ·  · Domestica is a really good album, with some great parts that foreshadow what's yet to come from Cursive. This may not be their best, however it's a must listen for any fan as it is a very important stepping stone in the evolution of their sound with very few misfires and plenty of infectious dissonance that Cursive always delivers/5(58).

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