Or am I just late to the party on this wonderful news? Just checked Amazon and I see pre-orders up for these two albums (scheduled 1/23/18). Of course, other fellow Alice fans may have already known this, but I wasn't aware these were in the works so soon following the wonderful Rocktober releases of "Pretties For You" and "Love It To Death". I'll definitely be adding these to the collection! As an aside, I wonder why "School's Out" seems to always be "glossed over" by Rhino. I know there was a Friday Music reissue a few years back, but how can such a discography of these most significant albums be reissued and never any "School's Out"? The iconic cover and packaging alone would make that album a stellar reissue. Or did I perhaps just answer my own question as to why it isn't seeing a faithful reissue? At any rate, I think it remains the most "under-valued" Alice album from the original group. Well, that one and the first two prior to Ezrin. Not that it wasn't successful, but it often seems to me to get lost in the shuffle between the more direct and macabre-themed releases of "Killer" and "Billion Dollar Babies". But I love the album and nowadays listen to it just as much as any of the others, if not more so. Perhaps Rhino is still planning a release for the album? Maybe alongside "Muscle Of Love" or "Greatest Hits"?