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No Country For Old Men

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No Country For Old Men
No Country For Old Men


Initially formed in 1980 from the residue of the Bridlington Punk Rock scene, International Rescue went on to become 'the' live band to see in and around East Yorkshire. 'You Need Shoes' and 'Life In An Elevator' were crowd faves when the band played live shows and both were played extensively by John Peel. Progress was thwarted when guitarist, singer and major songwriting contributor to the band, Stephen Skinner was invited by long-time friend Edwyn Collins to play with Orange Juice. He continued to play guitar with Orange Juice until their demise and with the solo Edwyn Collins for the next 15 years. In 2011, after much deliberation, IR decided to reform. In a fruitful session at Fairview Studio with original live engineer and sound guru John Spence, IR recently produced the stripped-back, yet melodic new album No Country For Old Men, a record which blends genres, blurs boundaries and makes up for thirty years of lost time.


  1. Name
  2. If I'm Going Down
  3. Don't Ever Change
  4. I Don't Know What It Is But I Like It A Lot
  5. He's The Man
  6. It's My Parade
  7. It's All Tongue In Cheek
  8. Let's Rip It Up
  9. The Beast of Love
  10. Love Train
  11. Cowboy City
  12. The Old River Bed
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