Top 10 Best Tally Hall Songs

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Tally Hall is an American rock band formed in December 2002 and based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The band has a relatively significant cult following, and is known for upbeat melodies and whimsical lyrics; the band members once described their musical style as "wonky rock" and "fabloo rock". Tally Hall has five members, distinguished by the color of their neckties: vocalist and guitarist Rob Cantor (yellow), vocalist and bassist Zubin Sedghi (blue), vocalist and guitarist Joe Hawley (red), drummer Ross Federman (gray), and vocalist and keyboardist Andrew Horowitz (green).

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1Banana Man

There are perfectly constructed masterpieces such as Bohemian Rhapsody or Stairway to Heaven. There are children's songs such as Yellow Submarine or Octopus's Garden. Banana Man is a perfectly constructed masterpiece of a children's song. Enough said. - hall_beat372

2Taken for a Ride

A mind-blowing experience with a bizarre tough beat and an explosive ballad chorus. Most certainly, an underrated Tally Hall highlight. - hall_beat372

3Ruler of Everything

One of the creepiest tracks from the Hall, with lots of freakout vocal effects and rapping delivery from Joe Hawley, also a grand epic closer for their debut. - hall_beat372

4Good Day

A short mixture of everything Tally Hall is about, possibly their biggest hit, and a perfect intro track for an album as well. - hall_beat372

5Spring and a Storm

There's a storm for every spring. A philosophical ballad featuring some of the sincerest guitar work and vocals from the band, and a lot of where-do-we-go pondering. - hall_beat372

6Welcome to Tally Hall

An introductory track where a rock band presents itself... with a hip hop song!... which is, you know, original. - hall_beat372

7The Bidding

The idea, the beat, the extreme diversity of themes for a 2.5-minute song: well, here you are, the Bidding. - hall_beat372

8A Hymn for a Scarecrow

The folky form of Tally Hall, where they also succeed. An actual hymn for a scarecrow, has some extremely frightening wind sounds with the word 'fly' sung during that part. - hall_beat372

10Two Wuv

Finally, a jump-up song, which is also a sort of comic tribute to the Olsen twins, ironically sung by the bassist. The chorus literally makes you hop as if you're on their concert. - hall_beat372

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