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.


  1. "Schoolhouse Rocky" (original)
  2. "I'm Just a Bill" by the Folk Implosion (going by "Deluxx Folk Implosion")
  3. "Three is a Magic Number" by Blind Melon
  4. "Conjunction Junction" by Better than Ezra
  5. "Electricity, Electricity" by Goodness (featuring Mike McCready)
  6. "No More Kings" by Pavement
  7. "The Shot Heard 'Round the World" by Ween
  8. "My Hero Zero" by the Lemonheads (featuring Gibby Haynes, Melissa auf der Mar, and Patty Schemel)
  9. "The Energy Blues" by Biz Markie
  10. "Little Twelvetoes" by Chavez
  11. "Verb: That's What's Happening" by Moby
  12. "Interplanet Janet" by Man or Astroman?
  13. "Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, Get Your Adverbs Here" by Buffalo Tom
  14. "Unpack Your Adjectives" by Daniel Johnston
  15. "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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