Alice Cooper - Schools Out (1972) (Gold CD Remaster Edit 2009)

Alice Cooper - Schools Out (1972) (Gold CD Remaster Edit 2009)

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School's Out catapulted Alice Cooper into the hard rock stratosphere, largely due to its timeless, all-time classic title track. But while the song became Alice's highest-charting single ever (reaching number seven on the U.S. charts) and recalled the brash, three-and-a-half-minute garage rock of yore, the majority of the album signaled a more complex compositional directional for the band. Unlike Cooper's previous releases (Love It to Death, Killer), which contained several instantly identifiable hard rock classics, School's Out appears to be a concept album, and aside from the aforementioned title track anthem, few of the other tracks have ever popped up in concert. That's not to say they weren't still strong and memorable; while such cuts as "Gutter Cat vs. the Jets," "Street Fight," "My Stars," and "Grande Finale" came off like mini-epics with a slightly progressive edge, Alice Cooper still managed to maintain their raw, unrefined punk edges, regardless. Other highlights included the rowdy "Public Animal #9," the mid-paced "Luney Tune," and the sinister, cabaret-esque "Blue Turk."...G. Prato

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01 School's Out 3:28
02 Luney Tune 3:39
03 Gutter Cat vs. The Jets 4:39
04 Street Fight 0:53
05 Blue Turk 5:35
06 My Stars 5:49
07 Public Animal #9 3:54
08 Alma Mater 4:17
09 Grande Finale 4:35


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Anonymous said...

Thanks. This is quite an important album in rock history. With the "Killer" album before and "Billion Dollar Babies" album after it, it was the first time anything like this had been done. Incredible records.