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Bradford Cox, frontman for Atlanta, Georgia’s, self-styled “ambient punks” Deerhunter, tends to attract attention.

Standing at 193 cm tall, the waiflike, gaunt musician has a genetic disorder known as Marfan syndrome that is characterized by abnormally long limbs. Early in his musical career, his eccentric behavior seemed to be founded on the notion that since many people are likely to stare anyway, why not give them something memorable to gawk at.

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