No Never Alone

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No Never Alone
Studio album by Justin Rutledge
Released May 17, 2004
Genre alternative country
Label Six Shooter Records
Justin Rutledge chronology
No Never Alone
The Devil on a Bench in Stanley Park

No Never Alone is the debut album by Canadian singer-songwriter Justin Rutledge, released in 2004 on Six Shooter Records.[1]

A remastered "deluxe edition" was released in 2012 on Outside Music.[2] The process of revisiting the album's material in turn inspired his 2013 album Valleyheart, which he described in interviews as a response from his older, more mature and more experienced self to No Never Alone's "young kid who just wrote what he felt".[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Too Sober to Sleep" 4:56
2. "A Letter to Heather" 5:20
3. "1855" 5:51
4. "Lay Me Down Sweet Jesus" 4:19
5. "Sleeveless in Vancouver" 5:41
6. "Year of Jubilo" 1:37
7. "Federal Mail" 5:26
8. "Special" 3:47
9. "The Suffering of Pepe O'Malley, Pt. 3" 6:27
10. "The Blackest Crow" 6:42