One for the Kids

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One for the Kids
Yellowcard-One for the Kids.jpg
Studio album by Yellowcard
Released April 3, 2001
Genre Pop punk
Length 46:42
Label Lobster
Producer Darian Rundall
Yellowcard chronology
Still Standing
(2000)
One for the Kids
(2001)
The Underdog EP
(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

One for the Kids is the third studio album by American pop punk band Yellowcard. It was released on April 3, 2001 on Lobster Records[2] and is the first Yellowcard album to include Ryan Key as lead singer and guitarist. It was produced, engineered and mixed by Darian Rundall at Stall No. 2 in Redondo Beach, California. Six of the songs, "Drifting," "Sureshot," "Big Apple Heartbreak," "Cigarette," "October Nights," and "A.W.O.L.," are featured on Microsoft's snowboarding video game Amped 2 for Xbox. "Drifting" and "Rock Star Land" both originally appeared on the band's previous EP, Still Standing EP.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Yellowcard except "Cigarette" by Ian Ennis[citation needed].

No. Title Length
1. "Starstruck" (stylized on the album as "★ Struck") 2:48
2. "Drifting" 3:29
3. "Something of Value" 3:30
4. "Trembling" 2:26
5. "Sureshot" 3:19
6. "Big Apple Heartbreak" 3:44
7. "Cigarette" 3:53
8. "October Nights" 3:29
9. "Rock Star Land" 3:39
10. "For Pete's Sake" 3:51
11. "A.W.O.L." 3:01
12. "Rough Draft" (bonus track) 5:17
Total length: 41:22

Personnel[edit]

Yellowcard
Artwork
  • Michael Johansen — design, layout design
Production

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