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Tally Hall was an experimental rock/pop music group consisting of five members: Rob Cantor (guitarist), Joe Hawley (guitarist), Ross Federman (drummer), Andrew Horowitz (keyboardist), and Zubin Sedghi (bassist). Many of their songs, and later side projects of the members, would go on to become memes.
Tally Hall was formed as the members were still attending college at the University of Michigan in December 2002. They released two full-length albums in their career: Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum (2005) and Good and Evil (2011) under Quack!Media. The group broke up shortly after the tour supporting Good and Evil before branching out into solo endeavors, such as Miracle Musical, a project featuring Hawley and Horowitz. Rob Cantor went on to become a popular YouTuber with several viral videos, including "Actual Cannibal Shia LaBoeuf" and "29 Celebrity Impressions, 1 Original Song."
Ruler of Everything / Do You Like How I Walk?
Ruler of Everything, also known as Do You Like How I Walk? refers to a series of memes set to the song "Ruler of Everything" by American rock band Tally Hall which feature various characters performing actions according to the song's lyrics. Originating from an August 2020 Twitter post, the trend gained popularity in late January 2021.
Tally Hall Trollface Edits
Tally Hall Trollface Edits refers to a number of videos set to music by American rock band Tally Hall (and offshoots such as Miracle Musical, Rob Cantor, and Joe Hawley) consisting of Trollface, other elements of Rage Comics, and occasionally wojacks. Often, the videos will have a surreal or satirical bend. Trollface specifically is typically both the main focus of the video and a violent psychopath.
Banana Man (Tally Hall Song)
Banana Man (Tally Hall Song) is a song featured on Tally Hall's album "Complete Demos", which was released in September 2004. It was also featured on their 2005 album "Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum".
Actual Cannibal Shia LaBeouf
Actual Cannibal Shia LaBeouf is a comedy song portraying the actor Shia LaBeouf as a cannibal. The song inspired several photoshopped images and animated GIFs of LeBeouf after it began circulating on the microblogging site Tumblr in April 2012. The song was made by former Tally Hall member Rob Cantor.
GiIvaSunner / SiIvaGunner
Tally Hall covers have been featured on several SiIvaGunner songs, most notably in The Inevitable Holiday Album, which was released on January 23rd, 2022.