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Cursive

Cursive
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Cursive is an Omaha, Nebraska based indie-rock band fronted by Tim Kasher. Formed in 1995, the band was formed after some of the members originally played together in the band Slowdown Virginia.
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http://cursivearmy.com
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Cursive — The Ugly Organ Cursive — The Ugly Organ
(Saddle Creek LBJ-51, 2003, CD)

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