24-7-365 (Neal McCoy album)

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24-7-365
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Studio album by Neal McCoy
Released August 22, 2000 (2000-08-22)
Genre Country
Label Giant
Producer
  • Ed Seay
  • John Hobbs[1]
Neal McCoy chronology
The Life of the Party
(1999)
24-7-365
(2000)
The Luckiest Man in the World
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[2]
Country Standard Time mixed[3]

24-7-365 is the eighth studio album by American country music artist Neal McCoy. It is also his only album for Giant Records following the closure of his previous label, Atlantic Records. Singles from this album include "Forever Works for Me" (re-titled "Forever Works for Me (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)" partway through its chart run), "Every Man for Himself", and "Beatin' It In", which all charted on the Hot Country Songs charts in 2000.

Track listing[edit]

Writers per liner notes.[1]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Count on Me"   Michael Lunn, Mike Noble 3:28
2. "Forever Works for Me (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)"   Steve Bogard, Rick Giles 3:25
3. "My Life Began with You"   Don Pfrimmer, Marc Beeson 3:20
4. "What Would Love Say"   Allen Shamblin, Chuck Jones 3:31
5. "Beatin' It In"   Brett Beavers, Kelly Garrett 3:45
6. "Every Man for Himself"   Mark Elliott, Tim Johnson 3:53
7. "Disconnected"   Beavers, Garrett 3:01
8. "A Love That Strong"   Jeffrey Steele, Reed Nielsen 3:42
9. "24-7-365"   Donnie Fritts, Scott Boyer, N.C. Thurman 3:25
10. "The Key to Your Heart"   John Hobbs, Jeff Wood 3:52

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2000) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 28

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b ‹See Tfm›24-7-365 (CD insert). Neal McCoy. Giant Records. 2000. 24748-2. 
  2. ^ Allmusic review
  3. ^ Country Standard Time review