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|Studio||Record Plant, New York City|
|Alice Cooper chronology|
|Singles from School's Out|
School's Out is the fifth studio album by American rock band Alice Cooper, released in 1972. Following on from the success of Killer, School's Out reached No. 2 on the US Billboard 200 chart and No. 1 on the Canadian RPM 100 Top Albums chart, holding the top position for four weeks.The single "School's Out" reached No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100, No. 3 on the Canadian RPM Top Singles Chart and went to No. 1 in the UK Singles Chart.
The original album cover (designed by Craig Braun) had the sleeve opening in the manner of a wooden school desk, similar to Thinks: School Stinks , by Hotlegs, released two years earlier. The vinyl record inside was wrapped in a pair of panties, though this was later discontinued as the paper panties were found to be flammable.The actual desk photographed for the album cover is on display in the Hard Rock Cafe in Las Vegas.
|Christgau's Record Guide||B–|
Ian Chapman has put forward a theory that it was a concept album about youth lost when leaving school.
|1.||"School's Out"||Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith||3:30|
|2.||"Luney Tune"||Cooper, Dunaway||3:44|
|3.||"Gutter Cat vs. the Jets"||Buxton, Dunaway, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim||4:40|
|4.||"Street Fight" (Instrumental)||Cooper, Buxton, Bruce, Dunaway, Smith||0:55|
|5.||"Blue Turk"||Cooper, Bruce||5:34|
|1.||"My Stars"||Cooper, Bob Ezrin||5:49|
|2.||"Public Animal #9"||Cooper, Bruce||3:55|
|4.||"Grande Finale" (Instrumental)||Cooper, Buxton, Bruce, Dunaway, Bob Ezrin, Smith, Mack David, Elmer Bernstein||4:26|
Alice Cooper band
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