- We Are What We Say We Are
- Try This Instead
- Destroy This Poem
- Do You Have Romantic Courage?
- I Stand Corrected
- Home Movies
- A Domestic Zone
- Pick Up An Old Phone
- The Posssible Nows
- MCMLIV (Continuity Error)
- You Got Fooled
Recorded at 1809 Studios, Macedon, NY - 1809studios.com
Produced by Hallelujah the Hills & Dave Drago
Mixed & mastered at Machines With Magnets, Pawtucket, RI by Seth Manchester, Keith Souza, & Ryan Walsh
"You Got Fooled" engineered & mixed at Q Division Studios, Somerville, MA by Matt Beaudoin
Copyright ©2014 Reverse The Tape Decks ASCAP
Ryan Connelly – Drums, Vocals
Joseph Marrett – Bass, Vocals
Brian Rutledge – Trumpet, Moog, Vocals
Ryan Walsh – Guitar, Vocals
Nicholas Ward – Bass, Piano, Vocals
Special Guests: Madeline Forster and Dave Drago
A hometown cult following and pockets of hardcore fans scattered throughout the country.
Few do it with the style and imagination of Hallelujah the Hills. [It's] is a blast from start to finish, every minute packed with hooky twists and turns. Mastermind Ryan Walsh can write a hell of a chorus, too, hitting plenty of Pollard-ian, singalong sweet spots over the album’s 12 tunes.
#1 - Popmatters Overlooked Records of the Year
#1 - Captains Dead records of the year
#1 - Pop HeadWound Albums Of The Year
#3 - Beat Surrender's best rock/pop/indie of the year
#6 - One Chord to Another's Top 30 Albums of the year
#12 & #54 Top Songs Of 2014 - The Boston Herald
#4 webzine millefeuille Top Albums 2014
Doom & Gloom from the Tomb - Best Of 2014
Merge Records Staff Lists - Favorites of 2014
Bradley's Almanac - Favorite LPs of the year
Improv4Humans Podcast - Best of Music
Cafe Copa Y Puro - Discos Inmortales del 2014
#3 The Year In Music - NewsReview
Best Songs of the Year - Oceans Never Listen
Upright Citizen's Brigade Founder Matt Besser's Best of 2014
Pretty much as close to perfect as any band/artist could ever hope to get.
Infuses euphoric melodies with lyrical wit and imagination
This is maybe the smartest music you will ever hoist a beer to
This is a brilliant record.
Dizzying, heaving at its brim, full of ideas both lyrical and musical
Another giant step forward
Easily my favourite rock and roll album of the year
It might just take the enduring strength of their forthcoming full-length Have You Ever Done Something Evil? to bring their long-deserving recognition.
Put on this song, shut up, and kiss someone.