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Personnel: Scott Anderson (vocals); Rick Jackett, James Black (guitar); Rich Beddoe (drums).Audio Mixers: Chris Lord-Alge; Andrew Schubert; Brad Townsend.Recording information...Read more

Life Turns Electric * by Finger Eleven (CD, Oct-2010, Wind-Up)(US version)

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Album Features
UPC:601501325120
Artist:Finger Eleven
Format:CD
Release Year:2010
Record Label:Wind-Up
Genre:Hard Rock, Rock & Pop

Track Listing
1. Any Moment Now
2. Pieces Fit
3. Whatever Doesn't Kill Me
4. Living in a Dream
5. Good Intentions
6. Stone Soul
7. Ordinary Life
8. Don't Look Down
9. Famous Last Words
10. Love's What You Left Me With

Details
Playing Time:32 min.
Producer:James Black, Rick Jackett
Distributor:Sony BMG
Recording Mode:Stereo
SPAR Code:n/a

Album Notes
Personnel: Scott Anderson (vocals); Rick Jackett, James Black (guitar); Rich Beddoe (drums).Audio Mixers: Chris Lord-Alge; Andrew Schubert; Brad Townsend.Recording information: Wind-Up Studios, New York, NY.Editor: Ross Petersen.Illustrator: Nathan Shinkle.Finger Eleven's sequel to 2007's Juno Award-winning Them vs. You vs. Me sees the onetime Rainbow Butt Monkeys embracing their slow slide toward respectable middle age. All lingering elements of rebellion, noise, and aggression have been banished; their funk -- when it surfaces -- is not a breakneck freakout but digs into an actual groove ("Living in a Dream" almost yo-yos to a disco beat); and they're not afraid to get full-out hooky and poppy, as they do on the rather excellent "Stone Soul." The aforementioned two cuts are Finger Eleven at their extreme ends of the spectrum. Most of the time they're hugging the middle, turning out big anthems that are confident and catchy modern rock, the work of a band whose members have found their comfort zone and are happy to inhabit it fully. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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