All the Same

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"All the Same"
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Single by Sick Puppies
from the album Dressed Up as Life
Released September 26, 2006
Format CD
Digital download
Genre Alternative rock
Post-grunge
Length 4:18
3:32 (Radio Edit)
Label Virgin
Songwriter(s) Tim Price, Emma Anzai, Shimon Moore, Antonina Armato
Producer(s) Rock Mafia (Tim James, Antonina Armato)
Sick Puppies singles chronology
"Fly"
(2003)
"All the Same"
(2006)
"My World"
(2007)
"Fly"
(2003)
"All the Same"
(2006)
"My World"
(2007)

"All the Same" is the first single released from Sick Puppies' 2007 album Dressed Up as Life, though it was first released on their self-titled EP a year before the album. It reached #8 on the U.S. Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart and featured in the Free Hugs Campaign. The radio edit cuts off the middle of the second verse and end of the third verse, whereas there are no vocals in the third verse.

Music videos[edit]

The song has three music videos.

The first is the video of Juan Mann, a man in Sydney famous for initiating the Free Hugs Campaign. The video which has received over 77 million hits[1] on YouTube to date has helped the band gain airplay in the U.S.

The second is a video with both Juan Mann's Free Hugs Campaign and a live performance. The video went to #7 on Fuse TV's Number 1 Countdown.

The third is the first video without the Free Hugs Campaign. It has a storyline about the lead singer and his love interest and the tumultuous relationship they are having. Between the girl's presumed infidelity and temper tantrums, he presumably gives up on the relationship. The band is seen performing outside buildings and it later rains with the band performing in the rain.

Track listing[edit]

Promo CD single
No. Title Length
1. "All the Same" (Radio edit) 3:32
2. "All the Same" (Album version) 4:18

Charts[edit]

"All the Same" is the second-most successful single of the band on the Alternative Songs chart (only behind "Maybe"), peaking at #8, making it their first top-10 single ever and their debut in U.S. charts.

Chart (2006) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Modern Rock Tracks[2] 8
U.S. Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks[3] 36

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