Breaking Things

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Breaking Things
Studio album by All
Released August 16, 1993 (1993-08-16)
Recorded March–April 1993 at Ardent Recording in Memphis, Tennessee
Genre Punk rock, pop punk, melodic hardcore
Length 28:44
Label Cruz
Producer John Hampton, Stephen Egerton, Bill Stevenson
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Breaking Things is the fifth studio album by the Los Angeles-based pop punk band All. It was released on August 16, 1993 through Cruz Records. Two singles, "Shreen" and "Guilty", were released, but both failed to chart. Breaking Things was All's first album to feature its third and current vocalist, Chad Price.

In 1995, the song "Guilty" was featured in the Kevin Smith film Mallrats.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Original Me"   Chad Price 2:46
2. "Right"   Karl Alvarez 1:55
3. "Shreen"   Bill Stevenson 2:35
4. "Cause"   Alvarez 2:31
5. "Bail"   Alvarez 0:52
6. "Excuses"   Chad Price 2:06
7. "Strip Bar"   Stephen Egerton 0:09
8. "Horizontal"   Alvarez 1:23
9. "Guilty"   Stevenson 3:19
10. "Birthday I.O.U."   Stevenson 2:41
11. "Rosco"   Egerton, Rob Williamson 2:08
12. "Sticks"   Price 2:19
13. "Crucified"   Egerton, Price 3:03
14. "Politics"   Stevenson 0:56
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