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Joe Hawley Joe Hawley
Joe Hawley Joe Hawley Cover.png
Studio Album
Released 2016
Length 44:47
Label n/a
Producer Joe Hawley

Joe Hawley Joe Hawley is an album by Joe Hawley. All five members of Tally Hall appear on this album: Joe Hawley, Rob Cantor, Zubin Sedghi, Andrew Horowitz, and Ross Federman. Bora Karaca, Cojum Dip and Rick Lax also make an appearance.

Guests and other artists include Tulsi Devi, Patrick Radcliff, Laurel Stucky, Vomitron, Michael Gregory, Stephanie Koeing, Allegra Rosenberg, Alex Kessler, Anthony Vittorio, Sam Falik, Ismael Ledesma, Stacy Osei-Kuffour, Ryan Brady, Elly Brown, Amanda Jayne, Minimall and Grace Slick.

According to Joe, the album was "a spur-of-the-moment idea" in the summer of 2015 during a meeting in Nyack, NY.


On June 20th, 2016 an advertisement entitled "Joe Hawley Advertisement 1" was uploaded to the Joe Hawley YouTube page. It is a 48 second long humorous, cryptic, and obtuse advertisement for the album, featuring The Ad Twins.[1] On July 16th, 2016 an addendum to the previous advertisement was posted to the YouTube Page[2]; and on July 27th, 2016 a third advertisement was uploaded, which revealed the title of the musical project to be "Joe Hawley Joe Hawley"[3]

Joe Hawley Joe Hawley was initially planned to be released September 23, 2016, but there was a eighteen hour delay followed by a two-week delay. After the time had passed, the album underwent another two week delay and was finally released on October 21st, 2016 somewhere near 03:36:22 A.M.

After its initial release 'Joe Hawley Joe Hawley' could be obtained digitally through bandcamp,[4] however the link to the Bandcamp page became broken as of an unknown time.

On May 7th, 2017 a music video was uploaded to Joe Hawley's YouTube page for 'Crazy F***'[5] and On June 22nd, 2017, an official lyric video for Rotary Park was also uploaded to YouTube.[6]

As of November 11, 2018 the Joe Hawley Joe Hawley website is defunct because the domain name under Tucowsdomains has expired.[7]

Between October 31st, 2017 and December 5th, 2018, numerous demos, audio samples, and instrumental versions of the songs from 'Joe Hawley Joe Hawley' were uploaded to YouTube[8]

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On April 16th 2019, Joe Hawley released γɘlwɒH ɘoႱ γɘlwɒH ɘoႱ on Bandcamp,[9] and Spotify.[10] The album is the same as Joe Hawley Joe Hawley except the tracks are reversed, in reverse order, and have reversed titles. This was done to get around copyright issues as many of the tracks use samples. The only exception to this is Aristotle's Denial, which does not play in reverse.[11]

Track listing[edit]

# Title Writers Lead Singers Duration
1. "Joe Hawley Attacks" Hawley Hawley, Cantor 0:33
2. "Black People White People" Hawley Hawley, Bora Karaca, Tulsi Devi, Patrick Radcliff 3:38
3. "Bring Her Along" Hawley Hawley, Horowitz 3:26
4. "Crazy F****" Hawley Hawley, Laurel Stucky, Vomitron 3:00
5. "Rotary Park" Hawley Hawley, Sedghi 3:17
6. "Your Mother is a Basketball" Hawley Hawley, Michael Gregory, Stephanie Koeing, Allegra Rosenberg 2:30
7. "Hoodz 'n the Woodz" Hawley Hawley, Alex Kessler 3:23
8. "The Apologue of Hot Rod Duncan" Hawley Hawley, Federman, Anthony Vittorio 3:42
9. "Aristotle's Denial" Hawley Hawley, Cojum Dip 3:56
10. "Bahamian Rap City" Hawley Hawley, Sam Falik, Ismael Ledesma, Stacy Osei-Kuffour 5:56
11. "We Are In Space" Ryan Brady Hawley, Rick Lax, Ryan Brady, Elly Brown, Amanda Jayne 3:05
12. "Go to Bed" Hawley Hawley, Minimall 5:19
13. "White Rabbit" Grace Slick Hawley, Grace Slick 3:02