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  1. Forty Hour Week (For a Livin')
  2. Can't Keep a Good Man Down
  3. There's No Way
  4. Down on Longboat Key
  5. Louisiana Moon
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  1. Forty Hour Week (For a Livin')
  2. Can't Keep a Good Man Down
  3. There's No Way
  4. Down on Longboat Key
  5. Louisiana Moon
  6. I Want to Know You Before We Make Love
  7. Fireworks
  8. (She Won't Have a Thing to Do With) Nobody But Me
  9. As Right Now
  10. If It Ain't Dixie (It Won't Do)
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Opening with the driving title track, 40 Hour Week encapsulates why Alabama was the top country group of the '80s. Alternating between restrained rockers and well-crafted ballads, it captures the band at its peak. Nevertheless, it isn't quite as strong as their first albums -- the performances and production are a bit too mannered -- but its professionalism is appealing. And that professionalism made 40 Hour Week the group's most popular album, as it crossed over into the pop Top Ten. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

40 Hour Week 1990, RCA

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