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Performer: Solid Gold Band
Title: Bandera, Texas
Released: 1982
Category: Folk, Country
Rating: 4.5 ✦

Solid Gold is a Minneapolis-based indie rock band with an electronic and R&B sound. It consists of Zach Coulter, Adam Hurlburt and Matthew Locher. Solid Gold was voted "Best Rock Band of 2011" by the City Pages Readers' Poll. In 2002, Solid Gold released their first EP, Solid Gold, followed by a second EP, Out of Your Mind, in 2004. In 2005, the band moved from Madison, Wisconsin to Minneapolis, Minnesota.

This article is about the punk album. For the pop album, see Solid Gold EP. Solid Gold. Studio album by Gang of Four. Solid Gold is the second album by the British post-punk band Gang of Four, released in 1981. Two of its tracks, "Outside the Trains Don't Run on Time" and "He'd Send in the Army", are re-recordings of songs previously released as a single in the UK. The album was issued in an CD expanded version by the EMI Records and Infinite Zero Archive/American Recordings labels in 1995, which added the songs from Another Day/Another Dollar EP. Pitchfork Media listed Solid Gold as 24th best album of the 1980s.

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Any smartypants can point out the irony of a band on Warner Bros. railing against systematic tools of control disguised as entertainment media, but Gang of Four were more observational than condescending. True, Jon King and Andy Gill might have been hooting and hollering in a semiviolent and discordant fashion, but they were saying "think about it" more than "you lot are a bunch of mindless puppets. Abrasiveness was a means to grab the listener, and it worked.