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Categorization is odious. There is tremendous overlap among genres. These pigeonholes are offered only as a convenience.

Hal Pollock

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It was in 1999 that Hal Pollock decided to pursue his dream of becoming a songwriter and penned about two hundred sets of lyrics before forming Esquire Records, an independent record label. In 2002, his songwriting evolved into his first children’s book, So Many Monsters, and he has been expressing his creativity ever since as evidenced by an excerpt from Meet the Brittles: “They called themselves the Brittles and they bought some shiny suits, which just looked so fantastic with their pointy Brittle boots.” Pollock’s book is an incredible tribute to one of the most legendary groups of our time.

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