Divine Comedy


Ten Seconds to Midnight never fails to move me.

>>By Bride of Gatiss   (Sunday, 16 Feb 2003 05:02)

Its glad to see some intelligence behind music for a change. Although I don't "love" all of their songs, its easy to identify links with historical figures or even abstract concepts. "Dumb it Down" cant fail to remind somebody of Nazi censorship and "Timestretched" is just such a patient, calming song which I will never get tired of.

>>By mathu   (Sunday, 25 Jul 2004 13:58)

I was first introduced to The Divine Comedy around the time "Fin de Siecle" was released. I was 17 and had an HMV Saturday job. Someone commented to me that he thought it was all a load of pretentious rubbish. I disagreed, in fact the more I heard the album the more I loved it. The Best Of album is really cool. I also saw them live at Cardiff Uni Union in 2001.

By Helen

>>By litgirl   (Tuesday, 27 Jul 2004 20:37)

my favourite bit on Fin de Siecle is after certainty of chance, before he starts speaking... sends shivers up my spine...
I love the Divine Comedy...
it's nice to enter such a hot discussion- last post 2004...! just joined the site, no idea what to do here...

>>By vitamin_joe   (Sunday, 15 Jan 2006 00:23)

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