Guilty (All song)

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Single by All
from the album Breaking Things
  • "All's Fair"
  • "Man's World"
Released 1993 (1993)
Format 10-inch single, CD single
Recorded March–April 1993 at Ardent Studios, Memphis, Tennessee
Genre Punk rock
Length 8:56
Label Cruz (CRZ-033)
Songwriter(s) Bill Stevenson
Producer(s) Bill Stevenson, Stephen Egerton, John Hampton
All singles chronology
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"Guilty" is a song by the American punk rock band All, written by drummer Bill Stevenson and released as the second single from the band's 1993 album Breaking Things. The single also includes two more songs recorded during the Breaking Things session that were left off of the album: "All's Fair", written by Stevenson, and "Man's World", written by Stevenson, singer Chad Price, and bassist Karl Alvarez.


All three songs on the single were recorded during the Breaking Things sessions in March and April 1993 at Ardent Studios in Memphis, Tennessee with record producer and recording engineer John Hampton.[1] Stevenson and guitarist Stephen Egerton also produced the recordings, and Skidd Mills and Jeffrey Reed served as assistant engineers.[1] Milo Aukerman, of All's precursor band the Descendents, sang backing vocals on the tracks.[1] The recordings were mastered by John Golden at K-Disc in Hollywood, and the "Guilty" single was released through Cruz Records as a 10-inch single and CD single. "Guilty" was later used in the soundtrack to the 1995 film Mallrats, and was included on the accompanying soundtrack album.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Guilty" Bill Stevenson 3:19
2. "All's Fair" Stevenson 3:26
3. "Man's World" Stevenson, Chad Price (lyrics); Karl Alvarez (music) 2:11
Total length: 8:56


Additional performers[1]
  • John Golden – mastering
  • John Hampton – producer, recording engineer
  • Skidd Mills – assistant engineer
  • Jeffery Reed – assistant engineer


  1. ^ a b c d e f Guilty (CD booklet). All. Long Beach, California: Cruz Records. 1993. CRZ-033. 
  2. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Review: Mallrats Original Soundtrack". Allmusic. Retrieved 2015-03-15. 

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