Everything (Henry Rollins album)

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Everything
Studio album by Henry Rollins
Released 1996
Genre Audiobook
Length 118:19
Label Thirsty Ear
Producer Alyson Careaga
Henry Rollins chronology
Get in the Van
(1994)
Everything
(1996)
Black Coffee Blues
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
Eye Scream
Author Henry Rollins
Country United States
Language English
Publisher 2.13.61
Publication date
1997
(Album in 1996)
Media type Print Paperback
Pages 219 pages
ISBN ISBN 1-880985-32-2
ISBN 978-1-880985-32-8
OCLC 35134789

Everything is a 1996 spoken word album by Henry Rollins. Everything is the audiobook of Rollins' book Eye Scream which was written over a period of nine years from 1986 to 1995. Eye Scream covers a vast number of social issues over that time period including racism, homophobia, and police brutality. The album features Rollins' spoken word accompanied by jazz musicians Charles Gayle and Rashied Ali.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Everything" – 12:36
  2. "Everything (Continued)" – 12:23
  3. "Everything (Continued)" – 13:24
  4. "Everything (Continued)" – 12:28
  5. "Everything (Continued)" – 12:25
  6. "Everything (Continued)" – 12:00
  7. "Everything (Continued)" – 9:52
  8. "Everything (Continued)" – 9:48
  9. "Everything (Continued)" – 8:02
  10. "Everything (Continued)" – 15:05

Personnel[edit]

  • Henry Rollins – vocals, spoken word
  • Charles Gayle – violin, saxophone, piano, score, editing
  • Rashied Ali – drums, percussion, score, editing
  • Juan Bohorquez – editing, dialogue editor
  • Alyson Careaga – producer
  • Juliette Conroy – photography
  • Mark Droescher – design
  • Perkin Barnes – engineer
  • Yaron – engineer

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