School's Out

Alice Cooper - School's Out
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Based on 2 reviews
1972 Ratings: #54 / 82
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Based on 14 ratings
June 1, 1972 / Release Date
LP / Format
Warner Bros / Label
Hard Rock, Glam Rock / Genres
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A damn solid rock and roll boogie woogie concept albums that seems to come from the darkest alleyways created with the strangest of strangers, straight from the brain of the king of shock rock. It's pretty damn good.

Favorite Jams: School's Out, Gutter Rats Vs The Jets, My Stars

Lest Favorite: Street Fight
I think most of you probably know the title track as it is a classic rock staple. However, if you have never heard the entire album, you should. Blue Turk is actually a jazzy sounding tune while you still have hard rocking songs like Public Animal Number #9. This album while not as hard rocking as the Killer album or Love It To Death contains some great songs and shows some growth in the songwriting department from the original Alice Cooper Band. I actually prefer solo Alice (which starts at ... read more
Macabre glam and rock 'n' roll horror to scare ... just everybody.
Carefully crafted and unexpectedly pleasing!
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Added on: October 14, 2014