History Music / TheDivineComedy

19th Nov '15 12:55:28 PM DaveyDoodlebug
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* TeenageDeathSong: "Your Daddy's Car" is about a couple who go joyriding and end up crashing into a tree.

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* TeenageDeathSong: "Your Daddy's Car" is about a couple who go joyriding on a drunken joyride and end up crashing the vehicle into a tree. tree.
19th Nov '15 12:50:47 PM DaveyDoodlebug
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* TeenageDeathSong: "Your Daddy's Car" is about a couple who go joyriding and end up crashing into a tree.
10th Jun '15 10:29:49 PM RisefromYourGrave
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!!The Divine Comedy provides examples of:

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* {{Defictionalisation}}: "My Lovely Horse" from ''FatherTed'' is a b-side on one the their singles, sung by Neil.

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* {{Defictionalisation}}: "My Lovely Horse" from ''FatherTed'' ''Series/FatherTed'' is a b-side on one the their singles, sung by Neil.
10th Jun '15 10:28:40 PM RisefromYourGrave
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'''The Divine Comedy provides examples of:'''

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1st Apr '15 3:24:02 AM Patachou
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+ {{REM}}

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+ {{REM}}Music/{{REM}}



+ {{Kraftwerk}}

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+ {{Kraftwerk}}Music/{{Kraftwerk}}



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+ {{XTC}}

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11th Feb '15 2:00:51 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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[[LiteraryAllusionTitle The Divine Comedy]] is a British {{baroque pop}} band fronted by Neil Hannon.

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[[LiteraryAllusionTitle '''[[LiteraryAllusionTitle The Divine Comedy]] Comedy]]''' is a British {{baroque pop}} band fronted by Neil Hannon.



During this phase Hannon cultivated the persona of a dapper dandy, appearing in public clad in impeccable suits. He toured Europe alongside Music/ToriAmos and, with Björk's encouragements, released ''Casanova''. The album was his greatest commercial success to date, and was followed by the equally successful ''A Short Album about Love'' and ''Fin de Siècle''.

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During this phase Hannon cultivated the persona of a dapper dandy, appearing in public clad in impeccable suits. He toured Europe alongside Music/ToriAmos and, with Björk's encouragements, released ''Casanova''. The album was his greatest commercial success to date, and was followed by the equally successful ''A Short Album about Love'' and ''Fin de Siècle''.
Siècle'', the latter gaining a successful single in the form of "National Express".
11th Feb '15 1:59:36 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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** "National Express" is one of their most upbeat songs, but the music video and some of the lyrics strongly suggest that it's about a man who fakes insanity to get himself thrown into a mental asylum in order to escape his stressful life. The ending implies that he starts [[BecomingTheMask doing his act a bit too well]] and ends up getting himself lobotomized.

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** "National Express" is one of their most upbeat songs, and ostensibly it's about a man viewing sights outside the window of the titular bus, but the music video and some of the lyrics strongly suggest that it's about a man who fakes insanity to get himself thrown into a mental asylum in order to escape his stressful life. The ending implies that he starts [[BecomingTheMask doing his act a bit too well]] and ends up getting himself lobotomized.
11th Feb '15 1:58:33 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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** "The National Express" is one of their most upbeat songs, but the music video and some of the lyrics strongly suggest that it's about a man who fakes insanity to get himself thrown into a mental asylum in order to escape his stressful life. The ending implies that he starts [[BecomingTheMask doing his act a bit too well]] and ends up getting himself lobotomized.

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** "The National "National Express" is one of their most upbeat songs, but the music video and some of the lyrics strongly suggest that it's about a man who fakes insanity to get himself thrown into a mental asylum in order to escape his stressful life. The ending implies that he starts [[BecomingTheMask doing his act a bit too well]] and ends up getting himself lobotomized.
24th Dec '14 1:10:23 AM DoctorNemesis
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* {{Defictionalisation}}: "My Lovely Horse" from ''FatherTed'' is a b-side on one the thier singles, sung by Neil.

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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: The narrator's girlfriend in "Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World" is apparently one of these, at least from his perspective. He's madly in love with her anyway.
* {{Defictionalisation}}: "My Lovely Horse" from ''FatherTed'' is a b-side on one the thier their singles, sung by Neil.
20th Jun '14 12:02:22 PM ParanoiaAgent
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* HammyHerald: The concept of ''The Booklovers'' runs on this, as he announces a long list of writers that way.


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