This year marked the 10th anniversary of Who Will Cut Our Hair When We’re Gone?, the band’s seminal and concluding record of a short, frenzied career that lasted just under four years and resulted in only one “real” album. But despite their miniscule discography, the Unicorns’ legacy is potent and lasting, preserved by a mythology first invented by the band (they offset the monotony of interviews by inventing elaborate backstories for themselves), later perpetuated and controlled by a self-appointed online cabal: their fan forum.
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This year marked the 10th anniversary of Who Will Cut Our Hair When We’re Gone?, the band’s seminal and concluding record of a short, frenzied career that lasted just under four years and resulted in only one “real” album. But despite their miniscule discography, the Unicorns’ legacy is potent and lasting, preserved by a mythology first invented by the band (they offset the monotony of interviews by inventing elaborate backstories for themselves), later perpetuated and controlled by a self-appointed online cabal: their fan forum.

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