All Used Up

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"All Used Up"
Single by Sloan
from the album A Sides Win: Singles 1992–2005
Released 2005
Recorded at Metalworks Studios in Mississauga, Ontario
Genre Rock
Length 2:47
Label Murderecords
Writer(s) Patrick Pentland, Sloan
Producer(s) Sloan
Sloan singles chronology
"Nothing Lasts Forever Anymore"
(2004)
"All Used Up"
(2005)
"Try to Make It"
(2005)

"All Used Up" is a song by Canadian rock group Sloan, released as a single from the band's 2005 compilation album, A Sides Win. The song debuted on Canadian radio as the number-one most added Canadian song and the number-two most added rock song in the country.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "All Used Up Hits The Radio". sloanmusic.com. Retrieved 2010-09-19. 

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