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Regeneration is the seventh studio album by The Divine Comedy - and their first for Parlophone/EMI - released on March 12, 2001. Three singles were released from the album: "Love What You Do", "Bad Ambassador" and "Perfect Lovesong", the latter failing to make top 40.

Produced by Nigel Godrich, known for his work with Radiohead, this album is distinctly different from Neil Hannon's other work, as it leans towards more stripped down, sombre tunes than the catchy, orchestral-driven songs that his… read more

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  • Avatar for morningside24
    This was my first Divine Comedy album (because I head 'Lost Property' on a sampler CD for a magazine). By now I've collected most of the other Divine Comedy albums, and love Promenade and Fin de Siecle in particular, but I still am deeply attached to this one!
  • Avatar for SteveGeek
    The other day I passed a church and recalled....The cars in the churchyard are shiny and German, Distinctly at odds with the theme of the sermon. And during communion, I study the people Threading themselves through the eye of the needle...
  • Avatar for IdemPerIdem
    I don`t get how people can say this album is disapponting, it`s actually one of my favourites. Music is very calm and soothing, lyrics are great too.
  • Avatar for IL-91
    This album is a disappointment =\
  • Avatar for Mozzerella10
    the only one of his albums i didn't take a particular liking to. still, one of the greatest songwriters of all time.
  • Avatar for Nakkinak
    Holy fucking shit I love Nigel Godrich
  • Avatar for withallmypower
    DISCAZOOO!!!
  • Avatar for inta_burst
    Pop Masterpiece, 9 years after my love is intact.
  • Avatar for lariost
    This album is realy fantastic, and i don't know why it is so underrated or less appreciated by the fans, i heard their arguments, but i still don't understand them ...
  • Avatar for thomasvenables
    This is one of the greatest albums - it really hangs together as a complete piece of work. Shame it didn't get the attention it deserved. I listen to this one over and over.

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