Special Delivery

Album: Conspiracy Of One (2000)


  • Written by Offspring frontman Dexter Holland, this sinister stalking song was inspired by a not-so-sinister source. The band's guitarist, Noodles, told Kool magazine: "'Special Delivery' is just about a sick guy who's a stalker - one of the first songs Dexter ever wrote had a real similar sentiment, and was about a friend of ours, who is pretty harmless but we made him really sinister in that song! But there are people out there who are like this and that's kind of scary. The song is slow, kinda chaotic and schizophrenic."


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