With Season to Risk, Wretch Like Me, Someday I and Armstrong
In the family tree of punk, All is one of the places where the boxes and arrows become hopelessly snarled. Part of SoCal punk's Generation 1.5, All is most of the Descendents, who got together in 1987, minus singer Milo Aukerman, plus singer Chad Price, who also works with the alt-country group Drag the River, which formed after the band moved to Fort Collins, Colorado, where it ... you get the idea. All is old enough to toast "Vida Blue," political enough to chant I've got class resentment! (and mean it) and young enough at heart to joyfully sing a tune called "She Broke My Dick." They're the strange older uncle who, on his rare, twenty-minute visits to town, kisses his mom, talks shop with his family-oriented brothers and then, on the way out, gleefully challenges nieces and nephews to a fart contest on the front porch.