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Against All Authority

All Fall Down

Hopeless 626

Released on January 13, 1998


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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 32 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 All Fall Down Voted #1  23%
2 12:00 AM  8%
3 Justification  8%
4 Keep Trying  4%
5 At Our Expense  4%
6 Stand In Line  2%
7 Toby Voted #2  17%
8 We Don't Need You  4%
9 The Mayhem & The Pain  4%
10 Louder Than Words  3%
11 What The Fuck'd You Expect?  6%
12 Daddy's Little Girl  3%
13 Sk8 Rock Voted #3  11%
14 Watered Down & Passive  3%
15 When The Rain Begins To Fall  1%
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Joseph from Columbus, OH 
Aug 28 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I saw these guys live at the Newport music hall about a week ago. They were the first band on stage. It was my first concert ever & it was the best time I ever had. My brother missed a day of work & lost a bunch of money taking to take me there. So, if you're reading this bro, I just gotta say thanks again. Streetlight Manifesto, Reel Big Fish & Less Than Jake were on after them. We missed LTJ because we had to catch the last bus that came the stop by the building. I was so pissed because they were the main reason I originaly wanted to go, but the first 3 bands were well worth $20.

This is an incredible album by a kick ass band. I found myself relating to most of the lyrics & I learned new things from it. In the fold-out booklet it shows a photo of police with riot gear & weapons. One of the band members tells of how during Clintons time in office, he allowed a shuttle with pluttonium to be lauch that risked the health & lives of a lot of people. I had no idea things like that were going on during that time. I thoght the worst thing Clinton ever did was cheat on his wife.

If anyone out there is looking for a punk band to take seriously & enjoy the music, this is the one.

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Sarah from Forest Hill, MD 
Jul 23 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is such a classic in my eyes and to anyone my age (i'm 18). Any kid of any age needs to buy this if you want to listen to good but not overly political or serious punk. It's a lot of fun so buy it!

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Carter from Morrisville, NC 
Dec 19 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Quality reggae/ska/punkness. I liked Destroy What Destroys You better. I'd suggest getting it first. The horns are better on this album, but their played less than they were on Destroy; normally during reggae-ish breaks. but ya know, stil quite awesome. Best songs are Sk8 rock, all fall down, toby, and we don't need you. 12:00 am is pretty sweet too.

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Santiago from Laguna Niguel, CA 
Oct 3 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

fast ska and punk. great beginning cd for AAA. Toby is by far the best track on here. the horns are great too

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Howard from Moonachie, NJ 
May 21 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this CD starts off okay, but only gets worse. i really like the song Sk8 Rock though.actually i love that song. but to be honest there are too many slow ska breakdowns. like the punker ska-punk, like LOC and their affiliates. try Assorted Jellybeans, they're pretty off the wall

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Katie from Prior Lake, MN 
Apr 3 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

gReaT cd! I love it, love it, love it. I can't even pick out favorite songs, because they are all amazing. Great punk cd. It is heavy, the horns are awesome, and all the songs are pretty catchy. It's fun to dance to. It has a lot of energy.

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Josh from Sartell, MN 
Jan 27 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Amazing cd. The first few listens, i was kinda dissapointed, but after listening to it a few more times, i fell in love. The best songs on this cd are... Justification, Keep Trying, Toby, The Mayham and the Pain, Daddy's Little Girl, Sk8 rock... ok pretty much every song on this cd is awesome!

If you are just getting into AAA pick this up, or Destroy What Destroys You (personal fav.)

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Joel from Pacoima, CA 
Sep 24 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

What can I say except that this album is in conjuction with all of AAA's other releases. It is an amazing album from start to finish. In my opinion, AAA have perfected the ska-punk fusion. All around a great release.

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Jarl from Silkeborg, Denmark 
May 9 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

GREAT GREAT GREAT CD!!! Man this is one of my favourite CD´s of all time. It contains straight-up punk + the kinda operation ivy invented ska-punk sound.. And everything on this album fits together... If you are new to AAA go buy this or "Destroy what destroys you".. DWDY will always be the best AAA album, but this one comes damn close

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Jack from Mt. Top, PA 
Apr 28 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Holy fuckin' shit! Not the best hardcore band and not the best ska band. However they blend the two together like no one fuckin' else. If you like choking victim/leftover crack and the suicide machines, but still have not found that band that makes you cream your pants, perhaps this is the band you're looking for. It took me at least three listens to, to realize this album kicks major ass.WARNING:if you dont like this cd you might be a douche bag.(or you just disagree with me, but that would also make you a douche bag, because i am always right.) ALWAYS!

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