Divine Comedy


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Noun1.Divine Comedy - a narrative epic poem written by DanteDivine Comedy - a narrative epic poem written by Dante
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Come and sit by my side, dear child, and let us play the divine comedy of love.
Put the answer on a postcard with your name, age and address and send to: Divine Comedy Competition, c/o Jon Perks, Sunday Mercury, 28 Colmore Circus, Birmingham B4 6AX, by August 19.
After the band's final gig in that line-up in Belfast, Neil announced he would be keeping the Divine Comedy name which he has worked under since the late 80s.
Even the Divine Comedy frontman had to concede he was in the presence of genius.
The Divine Comedy have been performing and recording as a seven piece for the past four years but it has been decided that the forthcoming UK, Paris and Irish tours will be the last for the band in this line-up.
Divine Comedy achieved a Top 10 UK hit in 1998 with National Express.
He knows that the bunch of talented musicians and composers that were the backbone of The Divine Comedy for six years - Joby Talbot, Stuart Bates, Miggy Barradas, Rob Farrer and Enniskillen lads Bryan Mills and Ivor Talbot - won't be short of work or projects of their own.
COUNTDOWN: The Divine Comedy is set to split but not before one last tour of Ireland and a brand new album featuring a love song to frontman Neil Hannon's wife Orla, right
Anastacia Anasta-cia, Janet Jackson Damita Jo, Haven For A Reason, The Divine Comedy Absent Friends, The Broken Family Band Jesus Songs, Daniel Wylie Ramshackle Beauty, Various Artists Essential Brazilian Flavas, Powder Powder, Jane Birkin Rendez Vous, Yellowcard Ocean Avenue.
WHY do The Divine Comedy always release the soundtrack to the summer just as winter sets in?
Great books I'd been meaning to read: ``The Divine Comedy,'' ``The Federalist Papers,'' ``Canterbury Tales,'' James Boswell's ``Life of Samuel Johnson'' and others.