It's no secret that Mark Lindsay has always had a love for music. Whether it was his early days in the Paul Reverse & Raiders or his burgeoning solo career, he has always been a talented performer.
He hasn't been shy about using his musical gifts for good or evil though. As a result, you can find many great songs on his albums that are well worth checking out.
One of his more popular tracks is the aforementioned "Silver and Cold". Its catchy lyrics and upbeat sound have made it a staple on the band's live set, and the track has earned them a fan base in their own right.
The song was originally released in 2003 as the third single from their sixth studio album Sing the Sorrow, but it's still a popular choice on the radio today. It was also the subject of a music video directed by John Hillcoat.
In fact, the song was so big that it was featured on the band's newest album, The Big Picture. It's a bit of a departure from their more conventional music, with heavy emphasis on synths and drumming.
The most impressive part of the song is probably the lyrics and their clever use of language. This song is an excellent example of how you can use words to convey a complex message without losing its impact. It's a reminder that your actions have consequences, and if you aren't careful, they can have disastrous effects on your mental health and the lives of others.