When renowned (and frequently copied) LA punk rockers the Descendents were forced to be on hiatus in the later ’80s when vocalist Milo Aukerman still left the group to wait college full-time, the rest of the members made a decision to keep on under a different name: ALL (lifted in the title from the Descendents’ last 1987 studio saving). Previous Descendents members Costs Stevenson (drums), Stephen Egerton (electric guitar), and Karl Alvarez (bass) had been all in attendance, as previous Dag Nasty frontman Dave Smalley assumed vocal responsibilities. The group agreed upon on using the Cruz label, issuing an EP along with a full-length record in 1988, Allroy for Prez and Allroy Sez, before Smalley was changed with Scott Reynolds. The Reynolds-led edition of ALL released four albums general: 1989’s Allroy’s Revenge, 1990’s Trailblazer: Live and Allroy Saves, and 1992’s Percolator (furthermore to their very own releases, the complete band backed primary Descendents’ bass participant Tony Lombardo on his 1991 single discharge New Girl, Aged Story, that was acknowledged to Tonyall). Immediately after, it was after that Reynolds’ use bid the music group farewell (afterwards turning up within the rings Goodbye Harry as well as the Pavers) and Chad Cost stepped in, leading to such further produces because the band’s last discharge for Cruz, 1993’s Breaking Stuff. 1995’s short allegiance with a significant label (Interscope) brought Pummel before they agreed upon on with Epitaph and issuing 1998’s Mass Nerder, 1999’s self-titled discharge, and 2000’s Difficult. In 1996, Aukerman and Stevenson teamed up once again to briefly reunite the Descendents (with ALL associates Alvarez and Egerton completing for others), producing a tour and an all-new studio room record, Everything Sucks.