"Shreen" is a song by the American punk rock band All, written by drummer Bill Stevenson and released as the first single from the band's 1993 album Breaking Things. Released in advance of the album, the single also includes two more songs from Breaking Things: "Original Me", written by singer Chad Price, and "Crucified", written by Price and guitarist Stephen Egerton. A music video was also released for "Shreen".
Jack Rabid of Allmusic gave the single two and a half stars out of five, calling it "yet another slice of the same All we all know. How can a band repeat itself so many damn times without boring the bell-bottoms off us? The answer must rest in All/Descendents' pursuit of the perfect tune, like a surfer's perfect wave, leading to Pop-Tarts chorus after Fruit Loops chorus with plenty of Honeycomb harmonies. Bill Stevenson's post-Black Flag drumming remains the distinctive propulsive element year after decade, and on both 'Shreen' and 'Original Me' he's got his double-snare hits rolling. 'Crucified' is lamentable MOR alternative sludge-rock, but at least All were doing it before it was profitable or MTV-ready."