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Comus – Diana

Current 93’s David Tibet called Comus’ 1971 album ‘First Utterance’ “The darkest, most acidic and frightening acid folk album ever made”; praise indeed, and for the most part, accurate. Comus hit the odd prog spot on the album, but that’s fair enough ’cause hey, it was the early 70’s. ‘Diana’ is a disturbing song that is in keeping with the bands love of the macabre; and is musically a blend of English Folk, Psychedelia, and Prog.

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