"All You Good Good People" is the debut single by English rock band Embrace, on the Fierce Panda label. Only 1300 copies were made in February 1997, but the airplay received by key radio shows was enough to gain significant recognition. The single was released on 17 February 1997, peaking at number 8 in the UK singles chart later in the year. The 1300 originals, mixed by renowned dub and electronica artist Ott, are now collectors items.
The All You Good Good People EP was released on 27 October 1997 by Hut Records, as the third single from the band's #1 debut album "The Good Will Out".
It became their biggest single to date at the time, and their first to reach the top 10, peaking at number 8. It was mixed by renowned dub and electronica artist Ott at Strongroom Studios, Shoreditch, London.
The video for the US single featured Danny McNamara portraying a death row inmate during the last day before execution. The promo features a shaven-headed McNamara being executed in a replica of Tennessee's electric chair.