Women & Work
Lucero - Women & Work
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2012 Ratings: #712 / 928
User Score
Based on 2 ratings
March 13, 2012 / Release Date
LP / Format
ATO / Label
Ted Hutt / Producer
Alt-Country / Genres
Your Review


Consequence of Sound

It’s hard to accuse this band of being anything but earnest and authentic, but as in real life, the party songs are more fun than the hangover.

A.V. Club

It all sounds familiar, and that’s the problem with Women & Work: Lucero has never sounded so assured or less distinct.


The six-piece has restrained its punk traditions on this 2012 album, bridging the transition between the shadow of the past and the prospects for the anti-pop future.

Beats Per Minute

By draining the grunge and punk influences from their sound and then over-producing every single song, Lucero have effectively become every Southern rock, blues-inspired bar band you’ve ever heard.

Jun 22, 2013
Not their best by far. They're heading in a direction I don't like with all the horns. Still has quite a few good ones on here.
Track List
  1. Downtown (Intro) 
  2. On My Way Downtown 
  3. Women & Work 
  4. It May Be Too Late 
  5. Juniper 
  6. Who You Waiting On? 
  7. I Can’t Stand To Leave You 
  8. When I Was Young 
  9. Sometimes 
  10. Like Lightning 
  11. Go Easy
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Added on: January 19, 2012