Heres a quick story of this band. Cursive wrote really personal, emotional music about love and life. The front man, Tim Kasher got married after a few years, and thinking his life was complete, broke up the band. A while later, Tim's marriage ended in divorce and he got Cursive back together and they made this masterpiece known as "Domestica". Despite his attempts to say this is not autobiographical of his own marriage, this record should be the posterchild for divorce. This CD is so personal and intense, I almost feel guilty, like I know too much about his painful divorce. The music keeps a rockin' feel throughout the CD and always hold the listeners attention. Bottom line, this record is amazing. This is on a lot of peoples Top 10 of 2000 list's and it is definetly on mine.