Livin' Lovin' Rockin' Rollin': The 25th Anniversary Collection is a three-disc box set chronicling the career of country music band Alabama. It contains 51 tracks, dating from their earliest days as a recording act in 1973 through September 2000.
The box set was issued to commemorate Alabama's 25 years of national fame, even though their first national hit was released in 1977 and their first major hit came in 1980. During that time, Alabama had sold millions of albums, won countless awards from the Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music, and had had a major influence in both bringing groups and bands into the country music mainstream and in the styles of later successful groups, including Lonestar and Rascal Flatts.
Many of the songs on this collection are of Alabama's biggest hits, including a majority of their 32 No. 1 songs (as determined by Billboard magazine's Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart). However, as Allmusic reviewer Stephen Thomas Erlewine pointed out, The 25th Anniversary Collection was intended "as an aural biography of a band". Several of the hit titles are presented here either as live concert recordings or taken from alternate takes.
In addition to the three compact discs, The 25th Anniversary Collection includes a booklet containing photographs, a biography by Nashville journalist Robert K. Oermann and comments from band members.