Flashback: Best of .38 Special is a terrific compilation of the Southern rock group's biggest hits, including "Caught Up in You," "If I'd Been the One," "Back Where You Belong," "Wild-Eyed Southern Boys," and the non-LP soundtrack contribution "Teacher Teacher." Since Flashback was released in 1987, it doesn't contain their biggest hit, 1989's syrupy ballad "Second Chance," but it remains a comprehensive overview of their best moments, and makes a convincing case that they were the last great Southern rock singles band.
Special Delivery was 38 Special's 1978 follow up to their self-titled debut. The album features songs that epitomize Southern rock styles ranging from hard rock to Southern boogie and anthemic ballads, like the acoustic guitar-driven "Take Me Back."
38 Special is the first album by the southern rock band, 38 Special, released in 1977 on A&M, their first of many for the label.
Marsigliese (Ivan Rassimov) is a cold blooded killer known also as the Black Angel. His brother was accidentally killed by Inspector Vanni (Marcel Bozzuffi) when the police raided their hideout. Marsigliese is not a man who easily forgets when someone kills a family member. He gets his revenge by killing Inspector Vanni’’s wife. After the death of his wife Vanni gets promotion to form a secret squad of cops to help clean the streets of all the scum at any cost.
Released in 1982, Special Forces contains .38 Special's best song in "Caught Up in You," a hook-filled, smoothly sung radio rock gem that gets its energy from the grace and power of its chorus. But the hooks and the well-proportioned rhythms don't stop there…