All relocated to Fort Collins, Colorado, adding singer Chad Price for 1993's Breaking Things, which was supported by the singles "Shreen" and "Guilty". The band then left Cruz Records in favor of major label Interscope for 1995's Pummel, but dissatisfaction with the label soon led to their departure. Aukerman, who had contributed occasional songwriting and backing vocals to All since his departure from the Descendents, then decided to return to music. The members decided to operate simultaneously as two bands, performing with Aukerman as the Descendents and with Price as All. Both bands signed to Epitaph Records, with the Descendents releasing Everything Sucks in 1996 and All releasing Mass Nerder in 1998, both recorded in their newly constructed Fort Collins studio The Blasting Room. They also launched their own label, Owned & Operated Recordings, through which they released the compilation album All in 1999, consisting of remixed versions of songs from their previous albums including contributions from all three All singers as well as Aukerman.
2000 saw the release of Problematic, followed in 2001 by Live Plus One, a double live album with one disc by All and the other by the Descendents. Live Plus One became All's only release to chart, reaching #45 on Billboard's Top Independent Albums chart. All remained effectively on hiatus over the next seven years, with the members active in other musical projects including a new Descendents album in 2004 titled Cool to Be You. In 2008 All reunited with Scott Reynolds and have performed a number of times with him as singer, but have not released any new recordings.
The following All songs were released on compilation albums, soundtracks, and other releases. This is not an exhaustive list; songs that were first released on the band's albums, EPs, or singles are not included.