Thursday, 1 September 2011

Dear Loser

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Here, in all its glory, is the form rejection letter sent to unsuccessful acts in the 1990s by legendary record label Sub Pop. Just to clarify: "Dear Loser" appeared at the top of all Sub Pop rejection letters.

What's not to love?

Transcript follows. Image courtesy of MoLo_trash at Flickr.


Image: MoLo_trash

Transcript
From... Sub Pop
... CELEBRATING SEVERAL YEARS OF RECORD MAKING

Dear Loser,

Thank you for sending your demo materials to Sub Pop for consideration.

Presently, your demo package is one of a massive quantity of commendable material we receive every day at Sub Pop World Headquarters, and is (due to time and volume restrictions) on it's way through the great lower intestine that is the talent-acquisition process*.

We appreciate your interest in Sub Pop and wish you the best in your pursuit.

Kind Regards.

*This is a form letter. This letter is what is known as "a rejection letter."