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Various - Schoolhouse Rock! Rocks album mp3

Various - Schoolhouse Rock! Rocks album mp3

Performer: Various
Title: Schoolhouse Rock! Rocks
Country: US
Released: 1996
Style: Rock & Roll, Soft Rock, Pop Rap, Punk, Educational
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 470
Other formats: WAV AAC RA APE MP1 MP3 MIDI

Various ‎– Schoolhouse Rock! Rocks. Label: Lava ‎– 92681-2. Coordinator – Dana Orlikoff, Robin Tapp (2), Todd Rosenberg. Design – Augusta Duffey.

The beauty of Schoolhouse Rock in its original Saturday morning run (1973-85) was that kids watching couldn't tell whether the catchy three-minute cartoon jingles were meant to be commercials, shows, or something else entirely. That enabled overexposed TV youth to learn without realizing it between episodes of Scooby Doo and Fat Albert. Then the Brady Bunch generation became the alternative nation, and the innocence with which they took in these grammar, history, and math lessons was lost. com, the product: Schoolhouse Rock Rocks by Various Artists - Soundtracks - Audio CD, was found. What a splendid piece of history to pass on to a grandchild.

Schoolhouse Rock! Rocks. Compilation album (Tribute album) by. Various Artists. Rocks is a tribute album based on the Emmy Award-winning animated TV series, Schoolhouse Rock!. It was released by Atlantic/Hollywood Records in 1996 and contains 15 tracks, the original "Schoolhouse Rocky" theme and covers of 14 songs from the series performed by popular music artists. There was also a promo-only 7" single distributed to promote this album featuring the Man or Astro-man? track and the Pavement track. This single was pressed on yellow vinyl  . Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 12 February 2012.

This essential box set includes the four individual discs - Grammar Rock, Science Rock, America Rock and Multiplication Rock - as well as non-album tracks such as "Where the Money Goes," "Number Cruncher," "Software" and "Hardware," and covers by Goodness ("Electricity, Electricity") and the Lemonheads ("My Hero, Zero"). The ultimate collection for Schoolhouse Rock completists.

Altri album di Schoolhouse Rock. Schoolhouse Rock: Multiplication Rock. Schoolhouse Rock: Grammar Rock. Schoolhouse Rock: Science Rock. Schoolhouse Rock: America Rock. Schoolhouse Rock! The Best of Schoolhouse Rock.

Rocks and 1998’s Schoolhouse Rocks the Vote!), theater productions (Schoolhouse Rock Live! and Schoolhouse Rock Live, Too), and oft-returning references continually popping up in television and film (The Simpsons, Saturday Night Live, Reality Bites, Robot Chicken, School of Rock, MADtv, Drawn Together, Family Guy and Nike commercials, just to name a meager few).

Schoolhouse Rock" made a huge impact on the kids of Generation X who grew up watching cartoons like "Conjunction Junction" and "Interplanet Janet. Kari Rene Hall/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images. In a way, the end of "Schoolhouse Rock's" TV run was just the beginning of its second life as a Gen X icon. In 1993, "Schoolhouse Rock Live!," a version of the show adapted for the stage, opened in the basement theater of a vegetarian restaurant in Chicago. In 1996, Atlantic Records even produced a tribute album called "Schoolhouse Rock! Rocks," which includes Moby's cover of "Verb: That's What's Happening" and "No More Kings" by Pavement. In 1997, a 25th anniversary collection of VHS tapes was released, featuring each season separately.

Schoolhouse Rock! is a series of 46 educational shorts featuring rock songs about "schoolhouse" topics, including grammar, science, economics, history, and politics. Originally conceived by Thomas G. Yohe in 1972, the shorts were broadcast on ABC television affiliates between 1973 and 1986. They were then broadcast on occasion throughout the 1990s and part of the 2000s. An additional short, I'm Gonna Send Your Vote to College, was created for the 30th anniversary video release.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Bob Dorough Schoolhouse Rocky (Original Theme Music)
Lyrics By – Tom YoheMusic By – Bob DoroughProducer – Bob Dorough
2 Deluxx Folk Implosion I'm Just A Bill
Lyrics By, Music By – Dave FrishbergRecorded By, Mixed By – Wally GagelVoice [Of Bill], Bass – Lou BarlowVoice [Of Boy], Guitar – John Davis Voice [Of Congressman], Guitar – Mark PerrettaVoice [Of Senator], Drums – Bob Fay
3 Blind Melon Three Is A Magic Number
Bass, Flute – Brad SmithElectric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Rogers StevensEngineer – David Michael DillKeyboards – Christopher ThornLead Vocals – Shannon HoonLyrics By, Music By – Bob DoroughMixed By – Blind Melon, Mike NapolitanoPercussion, Drums – Glen GrahamProducer, Engineer – Blind Melon, Mike Napolitano
4 Better Than Ezra Conjunction Junction
Engineer [Assistant] – Jim LabinskiLyrics By, Music By – Bob DoroughProducer – Paul FoxRecorded By, Mixed By – Ed Thacker
5 Goodness Electricity, Electricity
Guitar [Solo] – PetesterLyrics By, Music By – Bob DoroughProducer, Engineer – John Goodmanson
6 Pavement No More Kings
Engineer, Mixed By – Davis McCain, Doug EasleyLyrics By, Music By – Lynn Ahrens
7 Ween The Shot Heard 'Round The World
Lyrics By, Music By – Bob DoroughProducer – Greg FreyProducer, Engineer, Mixed By – Greg Frey
8 The Lemonheads My Hero, Zero
Bass, Vocals [Additional] – Melissa Auf Der MaurDrums, Vocals [Additional] – Patty SchemelLyrics By, Music By – Bob DoroughProducer, Engineer, Mixed By – Bryce GogginVocals [Sings Two Lines] – Gibson Haynes*
9 Biz Markie The Energy Blues
Engineer, Mixed By – Charles RoaneLyrics By, Music By – George NewallProducer – Biz Markie, Charles Roane
10 Chavez Little Twelvetoes
Lyrics By, Music By – Bob DoroughProducer – Bryce Goggin, Chavez
11 Moby Verb: That's What's Happening
Lyrics By, Music By – Bob DoroughProducer, Engineer, Instruments – Moby
12 Man Or Astro-Man? Interplanet Janet
Lyrics By, Music By – Lynn Ahrens
13 Buffalo Tom Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, Get Your Adverbs Here
Bass, Vocals – Chris ColbournDrums – Tom MaginnisGuitar, Vocals – Bill JanovitzLyrics By, Music By – Bob DoroughRecorded By, Mixed By – Dan McLoughlinTechnician [Drum Technician] – Carl Plaster
14 Daniel Johnston Unpack Your Adjectives
Bass – Speedy SparksDrums – Rusty Traps*Engineer – Mark HallmanGuitar – Will IndianLyrics By, Music By – George NewallMixed By – Joe FerlaProducer – Yves Beauvais, Yves BeauvaisVocals – Daniel Johnston
15 Skee-Lo The Tale Of Mr. Morton
Arranged By – Skee-LoEngineer [Asst. Engineer] – Vince AppelEngineer, Mixed By – Dino MaddaloneGuitar – Jeff HeaveyKeyboards – Kenneth "Kenny B" Boyer*Lyrics By, Music By – Lynn AhrensProducer – Skee-Lo

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured For – BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. – D112037
  • Manufactured By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Distributed By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Copyright (c) – American Broadcasting Music, Inc.
  • Mastered At – Precision Mastering


  • Art Direction – Richard Bates
  • Art Direction [Assistant Art Director] – Frank Gargiulo
  • Artwork [Original Schoolhouse Rock Artwork & Logo] – Tom Yohe
  • Design – Augusta Duffey
  • Edited By – Don C. Tyler
  • Executive-Producer – Andrew Leary , Janet Billig, Jason Florn, Mark Pedowitz
  • Illustration [Band Illustrations] – Mitch O'Connell
  • Mastered By – Stephen Marcussen
  • Photography By – Marcelo Krasilcic
  • Supervised By [Music Supervisor] – Jackie Ferry


A portion from the proceeds from the sale of this CD went to The Children's Defense Fund.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
92681-2 Various Schoolhouse Rock! Rocks ‎(CD, Album) Lava 92681-2 US 1996
92681-2, 92681-2DJ Various Schoolhouse Rock! Rocks ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Lava, Lava 92681-2, 92681-2DJ US 1996
92681-4 Various Schoolhouse Rock! Rocks ‎(Cass, Album, Club) Lava 92681-4 US 1996
92681-2 Various Schoolhouse Rock! Rocks ‎(CD, Album) Lava 92681-2 US 1996
92681-4 Various Schoolhouse Rock! Rocks ‎(Cass, Album) Lava 92681-4 US 1996

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