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The Divine Comedy - Fanfare For The Comic Muse MP3


1Secret Garden4:09
2Bleak Landscape3:40
3Indian Rain3:24
5Logic Vs Emotion4:34
6Ignorance Is Bliss3:42
7The Rise And Fall4:21


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
Set LPM 2, SET LP 2The Divine Comedy Fanfare For The Comic Muse ‎(LP, MiniAlbum)Setanta, SetantaSet LPM 2, SET LP 2UK1990
SET LP 2The Divine Comedy Fanfare For The Comic Muse ‎(LP, MiniAlbum, TP)SetantaSET LP 2UK1990


  • Bass, Backing VocalsJohn McCullagh
  • Composed By [All Titles]Neil Hannon
  • Drums, PercussionKevin Traynor
  • EngineerLorcan Mac Loughlann
  • Mixed By [Mixed With]Mud
  • ProducerSean O Neill
  • Vocals, GuitarNeil Hannon


Recorded at Homestead Studios May '90.

Made in Austria.


  • Barcode: 5 016555 400221


  • Distributed By – APT
  • Recorded At – Homestead Studios



Fanfare for the Comic Muse is the debut album by the Divine Comedy. Recording took place at Homestead Studios in May 1990 with producer Sean O Neill. Lorcan Mac Loughlann engineered the sessions, and Mudd Wallace mixed the recordings. It has since been disowned by the band's lead singersongwriter Neil Hannon due to its stylistic difference from the band's later works, heading towards a more jangle pop direction than their more distinctive orchestral pop output. The Rise and Fall was. Alternative Rock. The Divine Comedy. Songs in album The Divine Comedy - Fanfare For The Comic Muse 1990. The Divine Comedy - Ignorance Is Bliss. The Divine Comedy - Indian Rain. The Divine Comedy - Bleak Landscape. The Divine Comedy - Tailspin. The Divine Comedy - The Rise And Fall. The Divine Comedy - Logic Vs Emotion. The Divine Comedy - Secret Garden. Who cares if the album is lyrically more naïve than later releases and if the band was limited musically by the number of chords Hannon was capable of playing at the time Who cares about the rather weak production that confuses emotion with rock flare-ups This is the Divine Comedy in an embryonic state, and it's a fascinating thing to behold. The title of the later The Divine Comedy album, Victory for the Comic Muse, is most likely a nod to this release. The cover art for this album is a painting by the artist Ernst Wieltschnig, It is an adaptation of a drawing of Raphael Sanzio. The Divine Comedy is a baroque pop band now based in Dublin, Ireland, fronted by Neil Hannon. Neil Hannon, Originally from Derry, has been the only ever-present member of the band, being it read more. Fanfare for the Comic Muse. The Rise and Fall Lyrics. Logic vs Emotion Lyrics. The Secret Garden Lyrics. About Fanfare for the Comic Muse. Fanfare for the Comic Muse Q&A. Alternativ Rock. Band's List Alternativ Rock The Divine Comedy Fanfare for the Comic Muse. Add the album's lyrics. Add an audio file. The Divine Comedy : Fanfare for the Comic Muse. Band Name The Divine Comedy. Album Name Fanfare for the Comic Muse. Type Album. Released date 30 July 1990. Labels Setanta Records. Hello We have detected Русский as your language preference. To change your preferred language, please choose a language using the dropdown. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português Brasil Русский. Altre immagini. This is the first Divine Comedy album, even prior to Liberation. It's a bad album, with nothing similar to the Divine Comedy sound. The only thing recognizable is Neil Hannon's voice. If you're obsessed about The Divine Comedy and want to complete your collection, go ahead. If not, forget it Read more. Album by The Divine Comedy. Ignorance Is Bliss. Indian Rain. Bleak Landscape. The Rise and Fall. Logic vs. Secret Garden. search forAlbum by The Divine Comedy. search for The Divine Comedy , Fanfare for the Comic Muse

The Divine Comedy - Fanfare For The Comic Muse MP3
Performer: The Divine Comedy
Genre: Rock / Pop
Title: Fanfare For The Comic Muse
Country: UK
Released: Jul 1990
Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
MP3 album: 2952 mb
FLAC album: 2749 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 768
Source: CD, Mini-Album
№ Cat: SET CDM 2
Label: Setanta

The CD version was re-pressed in 1998 and is nearly identical, as far as I know.