Problematic (album)

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Studio album by All
Released June 6, 2000 (2000-06-06)
Recorded January – February 2000 at The Blasting Room, Fort Collins, Colorado
Genre Punk rock, pop punk
Length 34:45
Label Epitaph
Producer Bill Stevenson, Stephen Egerton, Jason Livermore
All chronology
Live Plus One
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Alternative Press 4/5 stars[2]
CMJ (favourable)[3]
Melody Maker 4/5 stars[4]

Problematic is the eighth studio album by pop punk band All. It was recorded at the band's own recording studio, The Blasting Room in Fort Collins, Colorado, and released on Epitaph Records in 2000. As of today, this is the band's most recent studio album released under the All name.

Problematic was also the band's last album on Epitaph Records. Drummer Bill Stevenson mentioned in a 2004 interview that All are no longer under contract with Epitaph Records, and that their next album will likely be released their own label, Owned & Operated Records, who released the 1999 compilation album All.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Chad Price, Bill Stevenson, Karl Alvarez Stephen Egerton

No. Title Length
1. "Carry You" (Alvarez) 2:00
2. "She Broke My Dick" (Egerton, Stevenson) 0:43
3. "Better Than That" (Alvarez) 2:03
4. "www.sara" (Egerton, Stevenson) 2:21
5. "Roir" (Alvarez, Egerton) 1:10
6. "What Are You For?" (Alvarez) 2:11
7. "Stupid Kind of Love" (Egerton, Stevenson) 1:56
8. "Alive" (Price) 1:50
9. "Real People" (Stevenson) 2:17
10. "Lock 'Em Away" (Alvarez) 1:48
11. "Teresa" (Stevenson) 1:41
12. "I Want Out" (Egerton, Stevenson) 0:51
13. "Crucifiction" (Alvarez) 2:16
14. "The Skin" (Alvarez) 2:19
15. "Nothin' to Live For" (Egerton, Stevenson) 1:14
16. "Never Took" (Price) 2:13
17. "Make Believe" (Stevenson) 3:08
18. "Drive Away" (Price) 2:35
Total length:



Chris Shary – Cover Art


  1. ^ Problematic (album) at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Alternative Press". Retrieved 2013-11-20. 
  3. ^ CMJ review[dead link]
  4. ^ "Melody Maker". Retrieved 2013-11-20.