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Damon Albarn has a unicorn horn. Not actually welded to his forehead, but in his possession. It is long and ivory and has a sort of mystical Lord of the Rings heft to it; he acquired it by obscure means in Iceland—the country where, as he helpfully points out, “Tolkien was actually imagining it all from, those sagas in his stories. Not New Zealand, you know.”

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