Rock & Roll Yearbook: A Gallery of Mind-Blowing High School Photos

May 28, 2009 1:26 PM ET

You might have guessed that Eddie Vedder had a Jeff Spicoli phase in high school, but now there's solid proof: the Pearl Jam frontman's junior year photo. As the class of 2009 graduates, check out what your favorite rockers looked like in high school in a gallery of mind-blowing yearbook photos including Madonna, Prince and James Hetfield.

We've got Scott Wieland with a 'do worthy of a John Hughes film, Tommy Lee rocking a teeny-bopper 'stache, an angelic Gwen Stefani, Travis Barker with hippie hair, Anthony Kiedis looking surprisingly like a young Mick Jagger, a pre-beard Jerry Garcia, a crazy-maned Mariah Carey and many more:

Rock & Roll Yearbook

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