The Storms of Early Summer: Semantics of Song

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The Storms of Early Summer: Semantics of Song
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Studio album by Cursive
Released November 2, 1998
Genre Emo, indie rock
Length 37:53
Label Saddle Creek Records
Producer Tim Kasher and Mike Mogis
Cursive chronology
The Icebreaker
(1998)The Icebreaker1998
The Storms of Early Summer: Semantics of Song
(1998)
Domestica
(2000)Domestica2000
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork Media (8.0/10)[2]

The Storms of Early Summer: Semantics of Song is the second full-length album by American indie rock band Cursive.

This album is the 22nd release of Saddle Creek Records.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "The Rhyme Scheme" 3:44
2. "A Career in Transcendence" 2:18
3. "The Road to Financial Stability" 2:33
4. "Tempest" 2:34
5. "Break in the New Year" 4:02
6. "Proposals" 5:05
7. "Semantics of Sermon" 2:52
8. "A Little Song and Dance" 3:17
9. "When Summer's Over Will We Dream of Spring" 3:52
10. "Northern Winds" 3:00
11. "Absence Makes the Day Go Longer" 4:34

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