Jack Black has announced the soundtrack album for his beloved film School of Rock is now available on streaming for the first time with the bonus cut “In the End of Time.”

Released in September 2003 to accompany the hit film, the original School of Rock (Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture) album featured performances from the cast on songs like the title track and a cover of AC/DC’s “It’s a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock ‘n’ Roll)” alongside classics from artists like The Who, The Doors, Stevie Nicks, Led Zeppelin, and Ramones.

Peaking at No. 95, the soundtrack wasn’t a big hit on the Billboard 200. However, the LP did reach No. 6 on the Top Soundtracks chart. Stream it via Apple Music or Spotify below.

School of Rock starred Black as Finn, a struggling musician who poses as a substitute teacher in order to make rent and teaches a classroom full of kids how to rock out in the process. After grossing $131 million worldwide on a $35 million budget, the film was adapted into a Broadway musical in 2015 and a Nickelodeon series that aired for three seasons from 2016 to 2018.

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Earlier this year, Black excited School of Rock fans by saying he is “ready” to do a sequel — but only if original writer and White Lotus creator Mike White is involved.


Regardless of whether School of Rock 2 comes to fruition, Black has remained busy with recent starring roles in The Super Mario Bros. Movie and Kung Fu Panda 4. He’s also set to appear in an upcoming film adaptation of the popular video game franchise Borderlands.

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