ALICE COOPER – No 1 Hit In The UK 47 Years Ago With ‘SCHOOL’S OUT’…

Knockouts from the past

12 August 2019

This day 47 years ago, on 12 August 1972, the Michigan born freak creep ALICE COOPER topped the UK Singles Chart with SCHOOL’S OUT. Vincent Damon Furnier (his real name) claimed that the song was inspired by responding to the question: “What’s the greatest three minutes of your life?” with the following two answers. One: “Christmas morning”. Two: “The last three minutes of the last day of school.” In America the single hit #7. Here’s Alice in Rockland…

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  1. hotfox63 · August 12

    Should be played before the summer holidays !

    Liked by 1 person

    • JL · August 12

      And at one point he sings ‘shool’s out forever’ LIAR!

      Liked by 1 person

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