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  1. Notably, this contains the ‘lost’ debut album Fanfare For The Comic Muse and long out-of-print EPs Timewatch and Europop. The box set also contains new editions of ’s Foreverland and ’s Office Politics updated with bonus material and liner notes. So it really does offer, more or less, ‘everything’.
  2. Format: CD, Year: , Label: Setanta Records (SET CDM ), Barcode: , Length: Release “Fanfare for the Comic Muse” by The Divine Comedy - MusicBrainz Log In.
  3. It was the second album to be released by The Divine Comedy, although the band's leader, Neil Hannon, often refers to it as the first due to the stylistic differences of the earlier album, Fanfare for the Comic Muse. The album was recorded over the space of twelve days in March, by Hannon and Darren Allison.
  4. Jun 19,  · And year sees Nick Hannon return with the emotive Victory for the Comic Muse (the title, which suggests a tribute to that first often deleted EP). First track, "To Die a Virgin" effectively sums up what The Divine Comedy are about before you start listening to the rest of the album/5(39).
  5. Das CD-Album "Fanfare For The Comic Muse" von Divine Comedy () - Alle Infos, Songs und mehr.
  6. It would seem that Neil Hannon and Setanta Records want Fanfare for the Comic Muse buried as an afterthought in the scheme of all things Divine Comedy, and that's a shame, because it's a rather delightful early peek into Hannon 's gifted abilities. Hannon has been known to refer to the Fanfare for the Comic Muse incarnation of the band as being of sub- R.E.M. quality, and while 6/
  7. Fanfare For The Comic Muse is the first studio album from The Divine Comedy. Currently not available for download. Ignorance Is Bliss Lyrics. Ignorance Is Bliss. I rely upon your charity to survive. I deny myself to prove that I am alive. I plead guilty if sweet innocence is this. I .
  8. Victory for the Comic Muse is the ninth studio album by The Divine Comedy. It was released by EMI on 19 June Neil Hannon did not choose the title as a reference to the group's debut Fanfare for the Comic Muse. It's actually a quote from the book "A Room with a View" ("I have won a great victory for the comic muse").

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