The Good Album (2009)
Love and Radiation (2007)
Throngs of eager fanatics turned cartwheels and sang in the streets. Fans who never gave a second guess began taking their memorabilia off sale from eBay. Personally, I played Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus" more than 27 consecutive times. No, we did not finally obtain world peace, but it's the next best thing. Stemming from a partially hidden interview on CCMMagazine.com, Ian Eskelin had announced to the world that All Star United would be releasing a third full-length album. This declaration stirred much praise, celebration, and controversy, but Eskelin followed through on his promise.
Let's Get Crazy EP (2000)
Possibly the last we'll ever see of glam Christian rockers All Star United is this jewel of an EP, only obtainable through their website, which is now shut down. Let's Get Crazy: B-Sides, Rarities, and Previously Unreleased Material was meant to whet fans' appetites until the release of ASU's much promoted third album, an album still not released since this popular band was booted from Essential Records and have had various signing problems. Will Ian Eskelin and co. ever come back?
Smash Hits (2000)
Many people would argue that a greatest hits album after only two records would seem absurd. To set the record straight, it is. Luckily, All Star United somehow manages to pull it off gracefully. After being suspiciously dropped from Essential Records (quite possibly the label's biggest blunder), Smash Hits was intended to provide some kind of compensation; whether that compensation was intended for the band or its fans is anyone's guess. It could be that Essential was trying to squeeze as much money out of them as possible before they departed.
International Anthems for the Human Race (1998)
If you've heard ASU's first release , you've already noticed that this is no ordinary Christian rock band. True to their name, All Star United has toured worldwide since their self-titled debut; to Sweden, Russia, Belgium, India...the list goes on. Their sophomore release, International Anthems for the Human Race is a reflection upon those experiences.
All Star United (1997)
Before the self-proclaimed "greatest band in the world" hit the scene in 1996, Ian Eskelin was making solo records of second-rate dance music. (Scary.) When that didn't work, he decided to get together with some of his friends and jam. As a result, All Star United was born. Since then the band has come a long, long way, but it was really their self-titled debut that launched ASU into international superstardom.