School's Out - Alice Cooper

School's Out

Alice Cooper

  • Genre: Hard Rock
  • Release Date: 2005-02-08
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 9
  • ℗ 2004 Atlantic Recording Corp. Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing

School's Out ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
School's Out Alice Cooper 3:30
Luney Tune Alice Cooper 3:43
Gutter Cat vs. The Jets Alice Cooper 4:40
Street Fight Alice Cooper 0:53
Blue Turk Alice Cooper 5:33
My Stars Alice Cooper 5:49
Public Animal #9 Alice Cooper 3:54
Alma Mater Alice Cooper 4:26
Grande Finale Alice Cooper 4:24


  • Schools out

    By Alice #1 Fan
    Shools out is one of the bands best. The title song has appeared in mutiple movies and is probably the bands most well known song. If you ask almost anybody, they came name who composed this song. I have followed Alice sine I was 8 years old and I'm 54 now and this is the band at its best. Public Animal #9 refers to his long lost band mate Glen Buxton (GB) a great Guitar Player. Its hard, it was grung before the Seattle Sound. Alma Mater takes us all back to the days of our youth in high school. Man what a time we all had. Alice has never been able to capture the sound of the original ALICE COOPER band. Who wouldn't Love to see a Alice Cooper Reunion Tour?? The Alice Cooper Band was way ahead of its time. Gutter Cat vs The Jets and Street Fight, Where do you think Michael Jackson got the idea for Beat It??? Alice and the Band set the stage for lots of band throughout the 70's 80's and 90's.
  • Too much Bob will kill you.

    By Reckia6
    As a follow up to Killer, I found this album disappointing. Taken on it’s own terms, however, this album is quite good, though I hate two of the songs on the second half and think some or most of these songs are over arranged (if there is such a thing) and there is too much Bob Ezrin on it. Side one kicks butt, though, from the hard rock of the title track, to the underrated Luney Tune, the slightly dangerous Gutter Cats Versus The Jets (Glen Buxton’s only writing credit outside the group compositions) and the jazzy Blue Turk, a tune I hated at first but quickly came to love. The original album packaging is genius, though for the longest time I thought they showed only four band members in the picture inside. Good album, though I like the two albums that surround it much better.
  • Schools Out

    By Musicitunes6
    This was the best Summer Hit.
  • I wasn't alive when he was big

    By D509
    But I still love it.
  • Very good, just a little bit overrated as an album

    By LoveItToDeath
    Of course, the title track is an anthem and one of the most recognizable songs in rock history. It wasn't their greatest album, but is mostly remembered for that song. Other good one's are luney tune, gutter cat, public animal, and grand finale, which is a fantastic instrumental to close the album. Very good, but buy Love it to Death and Killer first.
  • Awesome

    By Donner95
    My last day of school is today so I brought my guitar in an played this for my 5 grade class I'm 10 - Lukas
  • Schools out at last!!!!!

    By gohl 22
    schools out for me at last!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YAY I LOVE BEING OUT OF SCHOOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • The ultimate album to use on the last day of school.

    By His awesomeness, Lemmy
    Great album, one of the best with Bob Ezrin and Alice. I used this as my album for the last day of school,fit it perfectly.
  • Original Record Came With Girl's Panties

    By synthuser
    I was 12 years old when I bought this album at White Front in South San Francisco. When I got home my grandparents wanted to hear it LOL! I opened the album and there were green girl's panties on the record. They didn't really get it, but I did. An amazing timeless album that sounds just as killer and creative today as it did the first time I heard it. YES, School's Out has been played to death... BFD, it still rocks and connects with each new generation that hears it. The Cooper band and Ezrin were a killer collab. So glad I grew up with this stuff.
  • Fantastic

    By DwightFrye
    Alice Cooper released a string of classic albums in the first half of the 70's, Schools Out being one of the best. Although the casual fan probably only knows the rocking title track, there is lots of good stuff here...Luney Tune, My Stars, Public Animal #9, Grand Finale. This is a rock and roll record that showcases Alice's varied influences. There's hints of jazz and show tunes blended in. This is a much more varied and ambitious release than either Killer or Love it to Death. Great lyrics throughout with a touch of humor, an AC trademark. This record is definitely a little bit different, but it all seems to work. A classic is usually a classic for a reason.