|Single by Sum 41|
|from the album All Killer No Filler|
|Released||June 17, 2002|
|Songwriter(s)||Deryck Whibley, Greig Nori, Dave Baksh|
|Sum 41 singles chronology|
"Handle This" is the fourth and final single from the album All Killer No Filler by the Canadian rock band Sum 41. The single was only released in Germany and included the title song and live versions of "Motivation" and "Makes No Difference" as back-up tracks, on the CD single. Sum 41 former in-house manager and producer Greig Nori played guitar on the song and a music video was made for the song. The video was not released along with the single, and it is only released on the Does This Look Infected Too? EP.
A music video was made for the single, which can be found on the "Does This Look Infected Too?" EP. The video is similar to the "Over My Head (Better Off Dead)" video. It shows assorted backstage footage and concert clips of the band from Tokyo, Japan.
|3.||"Makes No Difference" (Live)||3:10|
The song was originally released through the CD single and the All Killer No Filler album. The music video for the song was released on the Does This Look Infected Too? EP and the song is also included on the bands compilation All the Good Shit: 14 Solid Gold Hits 2000-2008, but the music video is not included on the DVD. A live version of the song in London at the Astoria can be found on the Introduction to Destruction DVD.
- Deryck Whibley - lead vocals, rhythm guitar
- Dave Baksh - lead guitar, backing vocals
- Cone McCaslin - bass, backing vocals
- Steve Jocz - drums, percussion, backing vocals
- Greig Nori - lead guitar