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Good & Evil
Studio album by Tally Hall
Released 2010 (2010)
Recorded October/Nobember 2009 at The Sunset Sound Factory, California
Genre Rock, alternative
Producer Tony Hoffer
Tally Hall chronology
Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum
(2005/2008 reissue)
Good & Evil

Good & Evil is the upcoming second studio album of the American rock band Tally Hall. It's been said that this album will be considered Tally Hall's "debut" record with Atlantic Records, since the previous release was merely a re-release of Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum.


On October 19th, 2009, Tally Hall began pre-production on this album.

October 26th, 2009 marked the first official day of recording at The Sunset Sound Factory with Grammy-nominated producer Tony Hoffer and engineer Todd Burke. Through Ross's Twitter it was revealed that they are recording 16 songs. Through interrogation at concerts, it was revealed that they have 14 songs, so it is assumed that one 3 part song that Andrew wrote is being counted as a single song.

On Twitter they announced that they completed tracking at 1:38am, November 26th, 2009 (Thanksgiving Day) leaving them one day to prepare for their tour with Rooney and Crash Kings beginning on November 27th.

Below you'll find a list of songs that have been confirmed, either through Twitter updates or the Boralogues, filmed by Bora Karaca.

It will be released on CD, vinyl, and digital download.


The following songs have been confirmed by the band to have been recorded.

  • Turn The Lights Off (Hawley)
  • A Lady (Hawley)
  • & (Hawley)
  • Sacred Beast (Hawley)
  • Hymn For A Scarecrow (Hawley)
  • Never Meant To Know (Cantor)
  • You And Me (Cantor)
  • Who You Are (Cantor)
  • Out In The Twilight (Cantor)
  • Misery Fell (Horowitz)
  • Cannibal (Sedghi)
  • The Trap (Sedghi)


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