"All Cried Out" is a song by English singer-songwriter Alison Moyet. It was written by Moyet and producers Jolley & Swain for her debut studio album Alf (1984). Released as the album's second single in the autumn of 1984, the track peaked within the top ten on both the Irish and the UK Singles Chart, also reaching the top twenty in Switzerland.
In 2002, it was re-recorded and released as a single by German pop band No Angels for their album When the Angels Swing. In 2003, German electro-industrial act Wumpscut reworked the track on their 2003 studio album Preferential Legacy, while English singer-songwriter Fink released his version on the acoustic soul album Biscuits for Breakfast in 2006.
In 2002, "All Cried Out" was re-recorded in two versions by German pop band No Angels. While a re-worked version with a contemporary pop edge was included on the re-release edition of the group's second album Now ... Us! (2002), a re-arranged big band-played version was released on the band's first swing album, When the Angels Swing (2002).
Produced by Perky Park and Nik Hafemann respectively, both versions were released on a single CD single on December 2, 2002 (see 2002 in music) in German-speaking Europe. The song was moderately successful on the charts, with peak positions of number 18 in Germany, number 23 Austria, and number 59 in Switzerland, making it one of the lower-charting singles of the band.