On 28 March 2006, Rob Zombie released his 3rd solo album Educated Horses. It came after Rob had spent time cultivating his film directing career and had expressed a possibility that he may not be returning to music. But it was meeting and working with John 5 – his guitarist ever since – that Rob decided to embark on making this album.
Educated Horses hit the Billboard Top Rock Albums chart at number one. It also debuted at number 5 on the Billboard 200 charts.
Reflecting on the anniversary, Rob says; “16 years ago today Educated Horses was released. First record with @john5official on guitar. By far the longest I have ever been in a band with someone. 👍🏼 Crazy how fast the time goes.”
John 5 also shared his memories of the making of the album, saying; “Educated Horses is 16 years old today I remember it vividly I was so excited I went to the studio and the first song we worked on was let it all bleed out. I remember being so excited that I couldn’t even sleep the night before. I love this record so much still listen to it all the time.”
Find out more about the album here, including all official music videos for Educated Horses (including two animated videos for The Lords of Salem and American Witch featuring animation from David Hartman), and leave your thoughts on the album in the comments!