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  • AllMusic Review by Heather Phares [+] A deeply strange, personal album, the Baptist Generals ' No Silver/No Gold is much more than the sum of its parts. The group plays the kind of spare, threadbare indie rock that flirts with folk and country without committing to either; Chris Flemmons ' biting, nasal vocals are the audio equivalent of vinegar, 8/
  • Feb 13,  · No Silver / No Gold, an Album by The Baptist Generals. Released 4 February on Sub Pop (catalog no. SPCD ; CD). Genres: Indie Folk, Lo-Fi Indie/5(56).
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of No Silver / No Gold on Discogs.5/5.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of No Silver / No Gold on Discogs/5(5).
  • Mar 23,  · Provided to YouTube by Sub Pop Records Diminished · The Baptist Generals No Silver/No Gold ℗ Sub Pop Records Released on: Mixer: Chris Flemmo.
  • Apr 16,  · "No Silver/No Gold" definitely sticks to the Baptist Generals' formula of ultra lo-fi recordings with rambling vocals and a looping, powerful guitar. Though stand-outs or singles may prove difficult to get into, they exist/5(9).
  • Perhaps the best way to describe this band is to remind you that they come from Texas, a state that gave us everyone from Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings to Roky Erickson and the Butthole Surfers. And, No Silver/No Gold has that coveted quality of sounding as though it might fall apart at any moment.
  • The Baptist Generals, whose very name hints at a collared intensity, have produced an album that pulls at that restraint until it snaps. 'No Silver, No Gold' is haunted, clearly. On the first track, they introduce the mind that shapes this album. "Ay Distress" begins as a simple, weary sounding dirge.

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