Meet Mr. Hate

by Seibold the Terrible

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Tim Hall
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Tim Hall I love this album because it is such a heart felt exploration into existence, while being stripped down to the barest of bones. It does help that Steven is a genuine, energy infusing being who has more vocal range than any one album can convey. Then there's his music and coordination to consider and I begin to wonder why we waste time with bands with more than 1 member. I guess we just can't hold the rest of humanity up to Seibold the Terrible's humble existence. Favorite track: This Doggy Bites.
sigint
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sigint Seibold brings the superdrama to an "acousticy" album that is anything but terrible. Great work!
Colin
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Colin I'm not one for most "un-plugged" renditions of bands, but Steven manages to keep the energy and "spunk" of Hate Dept. alive in these reworkings. Really fun. Favorite track: Superdrama.
luther lambright
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luther lambright Music made made by someone who still really gives a shit about music. Rare these days. In a word? Honest. Wait... can I use another word?

Beautiful.
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    A collection of thirteen (13) Hate Dept. songs, recorded by the solo artist Seibold the Terrible. It is not the platform for the artist, but rather an introduction to the lead-man of the Hate Dept., without machines.

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This album is a collection of Hate Dept. songs, recorded by the solo artist Seibold the Terrible. It is not the platform for the artist, but rather an introduction to the lead-man of the Hate Dept., without machines.

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released April 18, 2017

Junk used: Guitar, wood blocks, upright bass, piano, pump-organ, license plate, resonator, orchestra bells, glass jug, kazoo, viola, accordion, maracas, zither, bean bag, crowbar, foot bass drum and cymbal, washboard, banjo, steel can and a screw driver.

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