Be Chrool To Your Scuel

Album: Come Out And Play (1985)


  • With guest vocals by Alice Cooper, this song follows what was a somewhat common theme in metal music in 1985: busting on school. Cooper's "School's Out" and Twisted Sister's "We're Not Gonna Take It" also expressed this sentiment in a somewhat comical way.
  • This song's video featuring zombies was created by special effects wizard Tom Savini. It was banned from MTV for excessive violence and gore, and resulted in a major financial loss for both Twisted Sister and Atlantic records. >>
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    Robbie - Elizabethtown, KY
  • The video features the comedian Bobcat Goldthwait, who is known for his work on the Police Academy movies.

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  • Gary from Springfield, MoStray Cats guitarist Brian Setzer played the lead guitar solo on this song. Plus, Billy Joel was featured on the piano. Clarence Clemmons is featured on saxophone.
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