No Rewind is an album released by The Orchestra in 2001 and reissued in 2005 and again in 2006. Produced by Eric Troyer, Parthenon Huxley and Jim Jacobsen, No Rewind was recorded without a single penny from any record label. 10 tracks and more were recorded in studios in Los Angeles and New York over a two-and-a-half year period.
Three versions were released with three different cover designs. The first pressing cover art was simply silver/grey with the band logo in black. The second, designed by band guitarist Parthenon Huxley showed a reel-to-reel deck carved in stone. The third was designed by George Reed, the long-time art/film director for ELO Part II and the Orchestra. This edition pictures a man standing at a computer console as it spills out piles of data tape with the words NO REWIND spelled out in L.E.D. letters on an indicator screen - throughout the image there are several hidden references to the band's past.