Schoolhouse Rock! Rocks is a tribute album contributed to by various artists in 1996. The one exception is "Schoolhouse Rocky" at the beginning, as with every album.
- "Schoolhouse Rocky" (original)
- "I'm Just a Bill" by the Folk Implosion (going by "Deluxx Folk Implosion")
- "Three is a Magic Number" by Blind Melon
- "Conjunction Junction" by Better than Ezra
- "Electricity, Electricity" by Goodness (featuring Mike McCready)
- "No More Kings" by Pavement
- "The Shot Heard 'Round the World" by Ween
- "My Hero Zero" by the Lemonheads (featuring Gibby Haynes, Melissa auf der Mar, and Patty Schemel)
- "The Energy Blues" by Biz Markie
- "Little Twelvetoes" by Chavez
- "Verb: That's What's Happening" by Moby
- "Interplanet Janet" by Man or Astroman?
- "Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, Get Your Adverbs Here" by Buffalo Tom
- "Unpack Your Adjectives" by Daniel Johnston
- "The Tale of Mr. Morton" by Skee-Lo
- More songs covered here are from the Grammar Rock volume than from any other: there are 5 songs from that volume covered for this album, while from the America, Multiplication, and Science Rock volumes, only three each are covered.
- On the Lemonheads' cover of "My Hero Zero," the two female musicians featured are both members of a band called Hole.
- Speaking of said cover, it appears on a Volkswagen Christmas commercial in 2016.
- On the 25th Anniversary collection, only one song from every volume comes in music video form on a different volume:
- Better than Ezra's cover of "Conjunction Junction" is on the end of the Science Rock tape; Deluxx Folk Implosion's cover of "I'm Just a Bill" is on the end of the Grammar Rock tape; The Lemonheads' (and featured musicians') cover of "My Hero Zero" is on the end of the America Rock tape; and finally, Goodness's cover of "Electricity, Electricity" is on the end of the Multiplication Rock tape.
- Deluxx Folk Implosion's cover of "I'm Just a Bill" appears in the live-action film Legally Blonde 2: Red, White, and Blonde.
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