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Kozelek arguably gets one for willing to walk away from 4AD in order to make Songs For A Blue Guitar the way he wanted it to. The fact it turned out to be the most commercially successful album he made at the time makes it even better.
When Kozelek's ACDC cover album was released, there was a radio promo where a DJ spun a few songs. On the air the DJ audibly said "I swear to God I was listening to Leonard Cohen, there," showing just how drastically Mark changes the songs he covers.