All's Well That Ends Well is the debut album by American post-hardcore band Chiodos, released through Equal Vision Records on July 26, 2005. The album was reissued on October 17, 2006 with three additional acoustic tracks. The album has sold more than 200,000 copies as of 2008.
- "All Nereids Beware"
- "One Day Women Will All Become Monsters"
- "Expired in Goreville"
- "Baby, You Wouldn't Last a Minute On the Creek"
- "The Words 'Best Friend' Become Redefined"
- "Interlude Pt 1"
- "There's No Penguins in Alaska"
- "Interlude Pt 2"
- "We're Gonna Have Us a Champagne Jam"
- "No Hardcore Dancing in the Living Room"
- "Who's Sadie Jenkins"
- "To Trixie and Reptile, Thanks for Everything"
Reissue Bonus TracksEdit
- "Baby, You Wouldn't Last a Minute On the Creek" (Acoustic)
- "Queen of Diamonds" (Live Acoustic Demo)
- "Lindsay Quit Lollygagging (Acoustic)
- Craig Owens - lead vocals
- Jason Hale - lead guitar
- Matt Goddard - bass guitar
- Pat McManaman - rhythm guitar
- Derrick Frost - drums
- Bradley Bell - keyboards and backing vocals
- Produced, Engineered and Mixed by Marc Hudson
- Mastered by Alan Douches at West Side Music, West New York/Tenafly, New Jersey
- Art Direction and Design by Paul A. Romero
- The song "One Day Women Will All Become Monsters" is a reference to Shakespeare's play King Lear. Many of the lyrics from the song as well as the title of the song are taken almost word for word from the play.
- The song "To Trixie And Reptile, Thanks For Everything" is a reference to old girlfriends of band members Craig Owens and Bradley Bell.
- The song "There's No Penguins In Alaska" is made up from a number of Shakespeare's sonnets. The chorus comes from line 5 of Shakespeare's Fifth, the term "murderous shame" is borrowed from line 14 of his Ninth, and the lyrics "The worst was this; my love was my decay" are taken from line 14 of his Eightieth.
- The line "star-crossed lovers" from the song "Expired In Goreville" is derived from William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
- Sandie Jenkins is a woman from Bradley Bell's church who would call his mother, and he could not recall where he had met her, thus the track title.
- In a Podcast interview with AP Magazine, Craig Owens revealed that the song "Baby, You Wouldn't Last a Minute on the Creek" is lyrically about Craig wanting to quit the band, not about the end of a relationship like majority assumed.
- The song title "There's No Penguins in Alaska" was originally a Snapple fact from inside of the cap.
- The end of the song "Baby, You Wouldn't Last A Minute On The Creek" is actually the first track, "Prelude", in reverse.
- In the song, "All Nereids Beware", the opening line "This spring of love resembles the uncertain glory of an April day" is a modern adaptation of a line said by Proteus in the Shakespearean play The Two Gentlemen of Verona.
- The Phrase "I'll Stop Stabbing When You Stop Screaming" is printed on the side of the liner behind the CD tray.