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Finger Eleven - Five Crooked Lines (2015)

31-07-2015, 18:49
Music | Rock | Alternative | FLAC / APE

Finger Eleven - Five Crooked Lines (2015)

Artist: Finger Eleven
Title Of Album: Five Crooked Lines
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: The Bicycle Music
Genre: Rock, Alternative Rock, Post-Grunge
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 48:16 Min
Total Size: 117 Mb | 360 Mb


01. Gods Of Speed
02. Criminal
03. Save Your Breath
04. Wolves And Doors
05. Come On, Oblivion
06. Not Going To Be Afraid
07. Five Crooked Lines
08. Blackout Song
09. Absolute Truth
10. Lost For Words
11. Sensory Eraser
12. A New Forever

The members of alternative metal outfit Finger Eleven grew up in Burlington, Ontario, and came together in high school as a funk-styled band named Rainbow Butt Monkeys. Originally comprising vocalist Scott Anderson, bassist Sean Anderson, drummer Rob Gommerman, and James Black and Rick Jackett on guitars, they won a rock band search contest on local radio and used the prize money to record their first album, 1995's Letters from Chutney. Gommerman left the band soon after, making way for drummer Rich Beddoe. Now named Finger Eleven, the quintet released Tip on Mercury Records in Canada, which marked the band's turn to a heavier sound. It was re-released by the New York City-based label Wind-Up Records in September 1998. The album made minor waves on MuchMusic, videos for "Above" and "Tip" increasing their profile at home, but it would still be several years before U.S. audiences really paid attention to the band. The Greyest of Blue Skies appeared in the summer of 2000, followed three years later by Finger Eleven's self-titled third album. The latter record eventually went gold, driven by the success of their brooding Top 40 hit "One Thing." After various rounds of touring, the guys got to work collectively writing their next album for Wind-Up. March 2007's Them vs. You vs. Me featured much more varied instrumentation and influences — including dance, funk, and country — than just the chugging metallic guitars of Finger Eleven's past efforts. The band subsequently hit the road in support with U.S. shows alongside Evanescence and Chevelle. Back home in Canada, Them vs. You vs. Me wound up winning the Juno for Rock Album of the Year in 2008, raising expectations for the band's next album, the Juno Award-nominated Life Turns Electric, which appeared in the fall of 2010. Five Crooked Lines, the band's seventh studio long-player, was released in 2015 and preceded by the single "Wolves and Doors."

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