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A decade ago, Neil Hannon engineered a reputation for himself as a bookish young fogey on the periphery of Britpop. An awkward dandy whose self-consciousness heightened his appeal, it also helped that much of his music?romantic orchestral fantasias, mainly?measured up to his lofty pretensions. By 1998’s Fin De Si


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