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For the science fiction short story, see —All You Zombies—. "All You Zombies" 7" single cover (1985) Single by The Hooters from the album Nervous Night Released 1982 (live) 1985 (extended) Format 7", 12", 12" promo, 7" live Recorded 11 April 1981 at Emerald City (live version) Genre pop rock, synthpop Length 5:54 (long), 3:52 (short) Label Eighty Percent Records (1982) Columbia (1985) Writer(s) Eric Bazilian, Rob Hyman The Hooters singles chronology - "All You Zombies" (1982) "And We Danced" (1985) 7" live single cover (1982) 12" promo single cover (1985) Music sample "The Hooters - All You Zombies" "All You Zombies" is a song by The Hooters. It was first recorded live and released as a single in 1982. It was subsequently included on the band's debut album Amore (1983) and an extended version of the song was included on their second album Nervous Night (1985). This version was released as a single in 1985. The song reached #58 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1985.[1] Contents 1 Meaning 2 Recording history 3 Track listing 4 References // Meaning The song stems from the Biblical account of Moses receiving the Ten Commandments and Noah's Ark in the Old Testament of the Bible, and the fact that in both accounts the people had rejected God's authority. The term zombies (living dead) suggest that the song is an allegory about those who currently do not accept God's authority (and therefore His plan of salvation), therefore being living (presently), but dead (eternally), warning them of what is to come if they do not accept the Word of God.[citation needed] First, the refrain was "All You People Hide Your Faces", later they changed People to Zombies because of "a better sound". In the beginning, some radio stations declined playing the song because of its Biblical theme. [2] The song was written in one night by band members Rob Hyman and Eric Bazilian.[3] The song has the same title as "—All You Zombies—", a science fiction story by Robert A. Heinlein. Although a member of the group had read the story as a teenager, the connection appears to be essentially a coincidence.[1] Recording history The Hooters first released a single of "All You Zombies" recorded live at the Emerald City nightclub on April 11, 1981. A different version of the song later appeared on the Amore album released independently in 1983. Hyman and Bazilian worked with Cyndi Lauper on the She's So Unusual album leading to Columbia Records offering the band a contract. They released "All You Zombies" with additional instrumental sections making the song almost six minutes long.[1] It became a hit reaching the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and top 10 in Australia. The band performed the song at the Live Aid benefit concert in Philadelphia, on July 13, 1985. The song has been covered by German singer Sandra for her eighth studio album The Art of Love, and released as a promo single. Track listing 7" live single (1982)[4] A side: "All You Zombies (Live)" (4:09) B side: "Rescue Me" (4:03) 12" single (1985)[5] A side: "All You Zombies (Extended Version)" (5:58) B side: "Where Do the Children Go" (5:29) 12" promo single (1985) A side: "All You Zombies (Long)" (5:54) B side: "All You Zombies (Short)" (3:52) 7" single (1985) A side: "All You Zombies (Long)" (5:54) B side: "Nervous Night" (3:57) References ^ a b c http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=3237 ^ hr-online.de(german radio station) ^ Songfacts: "All You Zombies". By another source Hyman claimed having written the Song in about 10 min hr-online.de(german radio station) ^ You Zombies (song) All You Zombies (Live) at Discogs ^ All You Zombies at Discogs (list of releases) v • d • e The Hooters Eric Bazilian · Rob Hyman · David Uosikkinen · John Lilley · Fran Smith Jr. Bobby Woods · John Kuzma · Rob Miller · Andy King · Mindy Jostyn Studio albums Amore | Nervous Night | One Way Home | Zig Zag | Out of Body | Time Stand Still Live albums The Hooters Live | Both Sides Live Compilations Hooterization: A Retrospective Video releases Nervous Night | The Ultimate Clip Collection v • d • e Sandra Studio albums The Long Play · Mirrors · Into a Secret Land · Paintings in Yellow · Close to Seven · Fading Shades · The Wheel of Time · The Art of Love · Back to Life Compilation albums Ten on One (The Singles) · Everlasting Love · 18 Greatest Hits · My Favourites · The Essential · Reflections · The Platinum Collection Singles "Andy mein Freund" · "Japan ist weit" · "(I'll Never Be) Maria Magdalena" · "In the Heat of the Night" · "Little Girl" · "Innocent Love" · "Hi! Hi! Hi!" · "Loreen" · "Midnight Man" · "Everlasting Love" · "Stop for a Minute" · "Heaven Can Wait" · "Secret Land" · "We'll Be Together" · "Around My Heart" · "Hiroshima" · "(Life May Be) A Big Insanity" · "One More Night" · "Don't Be Aggressive" · "I Need Love" · "Johnny Wanna Live" · "Nights in White Satin" · "Won't Run Away" · "Forever" · "Such a Shame" · "I Close My Eyes" · "Secrets of Love" · "The Way I Am" · "What Is It About Me" · "In a Heartbeat" · "The Night Is Still Young" Associated articles Discography · Arabesque · Enigma · Michael Cretu