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They're back!

After some six years of recording, producing, Internet Show-ing, and grappling with media labels, Tally Hall is back with a totally new album! In the time since Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum, it's clear that the band has made some changes to their musical style. Whereas MMMM, with its eclectic, relatively unfocused musical styles, was relentlessly lighthearted (not in a bad way!), Good & Evil shows a more mature, focused, and introspective side of TH. Songs flow better, and are all of a generally more refined nature than those of their previous album. There is a relatively consistent set of themes, and each is explored with clarity and tact. It is apparent from this album that Tally Hall is coming into its own-- it is finding its voice and its drive as a band.

Blue, Red, Yellow, Green, and Gray-- you've done one heck of a job with this album. All I'd ask is that you don't lose the silliness. You can be a focused, mature, and successful band, and still write songs like Banana Man and--dare I say--Mucka Blucka :P

(btw, I hope to see you in the Bowery Ballroom this August! :) )


Aside from the fact that these are the 5 most hilarious men on earth, they are 5 of the most talented. Just like Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum, Good & Evil has it all. From catchy pop choruses to haunting, thought-provoking melodies. I highly recommend this album. Just buy it. NOW.

A superb follow up album

I have been waiting nearly a decade for this album, and it is well worth it. All the songs on here are more mature, and melodic and polished. I love this band. I have seen them over 20 times, and plan on seeing them more. It's a shame they haven't reached the main stream success they deserve.


Formed: December, 2002 in Ann Arbor, MI

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Ann Arbor, MI's Tally Hall feature vocalist/guitarist Rob Cantor (Yellow), guitarist Joe Hawley (Red), bassist Zubin Sedghi (Blue), keyboardist Andrew Horowitz (Green), and drummer Ross Federman (Silver). Most will know them by the color of their ties; however, their infectious blend of '60s pop harmonies, garage rock work ethic, playful sense of humor, and indie rock sensibilities make Tally Hall a standout among followers. The group was formed...
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