Acid Country

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Acid Country
Acid Country.jpg
Studio album by Paul Heaton
Released 13 September 2010
Genre Alternative, Rock
Length 49:26
Label Proper Records
Producer Paul Heaton
Paul Heaton chronology
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Acid Country is the third solo album by British artist Paul Heaton, following his debut album (under the guise of Biscuit Boy aka Crackerman) Fat Chance and second solo album as himself, The Cross Eyed Rambler.

The album was officially released for download and purchase in the shops on 13 September 2010 and charted at number 51. Heaton had done a UK "pub tour", cycling around various pubs all across the UK performing to promote his new album. Heaton has also had numerous recent radio and television appearances to promote the release of Acid Country.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks by Paul Heaton

  1. "The Old Radio" – 4:05
  2. "Even A Palm Tree" – 3:55
  3. "It's A Young Man's Game" – 6:58
  4. "Welcome To The South" – 3:08
  5. "Life Of A Cat" – 4:23
  6. "House Party" – 5:57
  7. "This House" – 4:03
  8. "The Ladder's Bottom Rung" – 3:57
  9. "Acid Country" – 7:59
  10. "A Cold One In The Fridge" – 5:01
  11. "The World Over" – 5:12 (download only)


  • Tom Delgety – mixing
  • Sally Ellyson – vocals
  • Shirlaine Forrest – photography
  • Paul Heaton – harmonica, producer, vocals
  • Tom Knott – mixing
  • Dawn Landes – engineer
  • Jonny Lexus – guitar, backing vocals
  • Christian Madden – mellotron, omnichord, organ, piano, electric piano, producer, synthesizer
  • Nicky Madden – bass harmonica, engineer, saxophone
  • Pete Marshall – drums, glockenspiel, violin, backing vocals
  • Ruth Skipper – vocals
  • Jonny Wright – bass, backing vocals