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Album Review

Super Hits, Vol. 2 picks up where the first volume left off, offering ten hits, including "Close Enough to Perfect," "Forty Hour Week (For a Livin')," "Song of the South," "Born Country," "Once Upon a Lifetime," "We Can't Love Like This Anymore," and "Reckless." Ultimately, this collection isn't as good as the band's initial run of Greatest Hits albums, but it's still a good bargain for the budget-conscious.

Customer Reviews

Decent collection of hits, but there's better

What is nice about this collection, is that not all of the songs have to be #1's or the best known songs. "Take a Little Trip" is a refreshing song in that it was a single, but wasn't their biggest. It is usually bumped in favor of other more-well known songs on compilation albums. I have been a huge fan of Alabama since their first album but they sort of dropped off before Twentieth Century. Great introductory album, if you're new to Alabama.

old but good

song of the south i think is the best in the world i know this is an old album and probally nobody would read this but buy the song "song of the south" (BEST IN THE WORLD)

Biography

Formed: 1977 in Fort Payne, AL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Before Alabama, bands were usually relegated to a supporting role in country music. In the first part of the century, bands were popular with audiences across the country, but as recordings became available, nearly every popular recording artist was a vocalist, not a group. Alabama was the group that made country bands popular again. Emerging in the late '70s, the band had roots in both country and rock; in fact, many of Alabama's musical concepts, particularly the idea of a performing band, owed...
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