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Rock & Roll Strategy

38 Special

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1
Rock & Roll Strategy
38 Special
4:33
2
What's It To Ya?
38 Special
4:29
3
Little Sheba
38 Special
4:53
4
Comin Down Tonight
38 Special
4:25
5
Midnight Magic
38 Special
4:20
6
Second Chance
38 Special
5:02
7
Hot Lanta
38 Special
5:41
8
Never Be Lonely
38 Special
4:39
9
Chattahoochee
38 Special
4:09
10
Innocent Eyes
38 Special
4:16
11
Love Strikes
38 Special
4:31
Total Playing Time    50:58
Billboard 200 - #61, 1988
Billboard Hot 100 - #6, 1989, "Second Chance"

The eighth studio album "Rock & Roll Strategy" by "38 Special" was released in 1988 and featured the hit single "Second Chance", which highlighted the band's transition toward an adult contemporary style.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – UMG Recordings Studio Masters

This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.

Tracks 1-11 – contains material which utilizes a limited amount of the available bandwidth

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