All or Nothing at All is a studio album by Billie Holiday, recorded in 1956 and 1957 and released by Verve Records in 1958. A later 2 CD re-issue combined all of the tracks from this and two other Holiday albums recorded at the same time, Body and Soul and Songs for Distingué Lovers, with two additional bonus tracks taken from the same recording sessions. Album cover art is by David Stone Martin. LP side 1. "Do Nothing till You Hear from Me" (Duke Ellington, Bob Russell) – 4:12.
Labels Randale Records. Music StyleStreet Punk - Oi. Members owning this album0. 1. Back from the Dead. 4. Just Because You're Paranoid. 6. Path of Least Resistance.
Despite the fact that Pennywise had been playing their particular breed of sociopolitical punk for over 20 years, they sound renewed and revitalized on their tenth full-length, All or Nothing. Maybe this has something to do with the addition of new vocalist Zoli Teglas (who splits his time between his gig with Pennywise and his longterm hardcore band Ignite), replacing Jim Lindberg, who sang with the band from its inception until 2009. All or Nothing also marks the longest time the band has ever spent crafting an album, taking four years to complete it following 2008's Reason to Believe,.
All or Nothing may refer to: All-or-nothing thinking. All or nothing (armor), a method of armouring battleships. All or nothing option, in finance, a binary option, where the payoff is either some fixed amount of an asset or nothing at all. All-or-nothing transform, in cryptography, an encryption mode that allows the data to be understood only if all of it is known. All-or-nothing mechanism, in horology, a part of a repeater. All or Nothing (film), a film by Mike Leigh.