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The Divine Comedy

Dave Simpson, Melody Maker, 8 February 1992

SETANTA HAS PROVED to be a prolific nurturing ground for new talent lately, with acts like Power of Dreams, Into Paradise and the Frank and Walters all passing through it's emerald green doors (an on to major labels). The London-Irish label is determined to hang onto their protégés however. The Divine Comedy are four painfully young, guitar-wielding idealists who recently left the idyllic confines of their native Enniskillen for the hustle and bustle of the English capital.

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