|Studio album by Eddie Rabbitt|
|Released||March 24, 1986|
|Eddie Rabbitt chronology|
Rabbitt Trax was the tenth studio album of Country music artist Eddie Rabbitt, released in 1986 under the RCA Nashville label. The album produced four singles including "A World Without Love", "Repetitive Regret", Both to Each Other (Friends and Lovers) a duet with country-pop star Juice Newton, and "Gotta Have You." All songs reached the top ten on country charts, with the duet going all the way to number one.
- "Gotta Have You" (Eddie Rabbitt, Reed Nielsen, Richard Landis) - 3:47
- "Repetitive Regret" (Reed Nielsen, Mark Wright) - 3:23
- "Both to Each Other (Friends and Lovers)" (Jay Gruska, Paul Gordon)
- duet with Juice Newton - 3:50
- "When We Make Love" (Reed Nielsen) - 3:46
- "Letter from Home" (Reed Nielsen) -4:08
- "Little Change Pending"
- "Threw It Away" (Phil Pickett, Pauline Black) - 3:36
- "Singing in the Subway" (Eddie Rabbitt, Mark Hudson) - 3:31
- "This Moment" (Wayland Holyfield, Peter McCann) - 3:35
- "A World Without Love" (Eddie Rabbitt, Even Stevens, Phil Galdston) - 3:50
NB: Track 6 was omitted from European LP PL87041. Timings were taken from this LP.
|U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums||6|
|Year||Single||Peak chart positions|
|US Country||US AC||CAN Country|
|1985||"A World Without Love"||10||35||27|
|"Both to Each Other (Friends and Lovers)"
(with Juice Newton)
|"Gotta Have You"||9||—||6|