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Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Descendents
Title: All
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sst Records
Release Date: 10/25/1990
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: Hardcore & Punk, American Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 018861011226, 4005902524513, 4005902524520, 4024572098087, 669910746158

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One of the greats..
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The Descendents may indeed be the most technicaly skilled group of the punk rock era, and this cranking disk (not unlike their others) proves it all the way through. Tracks like "Cameage" and "Clean sheets" are some of my personal favorites. This was the first Descendents disk I ever heard back in the late 80's. I instantly fell in love with the sound and of course the teenage rebellion vibe. This is their most recent line-up, and without a doubt the strongest. If you really love punk or other forms of harder rock 'n roll, this disk, and most all this bands works, will remain absolute treasures for you, as they have for me over the years. Carl, Stephen and Bill continue to rip together in the band "ALL", with occasional Descendents reunion shows (how about one more guys ..Pleeeeease!!!!) I missed the last reunion tour I waited 10 years for:(. Besides, you sold out EVERY show!! In short folks, make sure you hear it ALL and get your dose of some of the greatest underground rock heros of our time. You won't regret it."
The Ricker | Oakland, CA. United States | 01/04/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This isnt the descendents best by a long shot get Milo goes to colege or I dont wanna grow up but this is still a damn good album. At first listen it has a lot of metallic riffs which are actually cool. this was an experimental album songs like "schizophrenia" or "impressions" are very different than anything they had ever done before. Bu they still have some fantastic pop punk tunes like "clean sheats", "coolidge" and "pep talk". Just a very cool album that might not get you hooked on the first listen but repeated listening gets you hooked. If you want some regular descendents fair listen everything sucks or the above mentioned album if you want some different stuff get this it will blow your mind."
Between the descendents and ALL...perfect toneage
jason pike | salem mass | 07/15/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"so it was 1987 the descendents where coming to and end(for a little while) and ALL had not quite formed yet .so here is the inbetween album descendents/all . with milo aukerman(singer biochemist) and bill stevenson (madman drummer with 10 tons of coffee under his belt)with new guys stephen egerton(greg ginn /jazz man meets the buzzcocks)and bassman karl alverez (bassage spillage maximus) this is the most perfect album from these guys(maybe its a little ahead of there time). its not quit punk or pop or jazz or rock or metal but its like as if its everything ALL at is also a very catchy album with enough balls to still be good .the music or lyrics alone are enough to call this a classic but together it makes it like perfect tone-age. this disc also offers one of the best insrumentals of ALL time 'uranus' .that song is out of this world. 'schizophrenia' is also one song not to miss out on its an unbeliveable song for any car ride(youll never drive the same again).these guys are onto something on this album its like almost a concept album (meaning you have to listen to it all in a row to get the entire thing)you also get to see things to come as far as the all-0-gistics are learned.also when you are down and out the best song for any bad relashonship person ''pep talk'' will sure to pick ya up. so as far what i am saying with ALL of this get this album .you will sure to be a fan of this band for the rest of your life like me......{cant wait for the totally experimental/instrumental album coming out soon)"