A Letter to Bradford Cox Regarding His Upcoming Solo Album

Dear Mr. Cox,

It has come to our attention that on the 23 of October, 2007, you were seen in the parking lot of our store chasing several female octogenarians, flailing your limbs in a manner that made them uncomfortable. We ask that you not allow this incident to occur again.

We are aware, of course, that the women in question had made purchases that you felt you had a greater need for. You claimed that, pending a tour mentioned briefly on your MySpace to support your solo project Atlas Sound's new record, you require more dresses to wear for performances. We understand your needs and are well-equipped to serve them; however, we request that you find your own frocks and no longer demand those previously purchased by our other customers.

There is plenty of time for wardrobe additions between now and February 19, the release date of Atlas Sound's new record, Let The Blind Lead Those Who Can See But Cannot Feel. We hope to see you in our store soon under better circumstances.


Northeast Plaza Goodwill Store

Atlanta, Georgia

Let The Blind Lead Those Who Can See But Cannot Feel tracklisting: