Finger Eleven (album)

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Finger Eleven
Studio album by Finger Eleven
Released June 17, 2003
Recorded Chicago, 2003
Genre Post-grunge, alternative metal,[1] alternative rock, hard rock
Length 46:25
Label Wind-up
Producer Johnny K
Finger Eleven chronology
The Greyest of Blue Skies
Finger Eleven
Them vs. You vs. Me
Singles from Finger Eleven
  1. "Good Times"
    Released: June 2003
  2. "One Thing"
    Released: September 2003
  3. "Absent Elements"
    Released: March 2004
  4. "Stay in Shadow"
    Released: August 2004
  5. "Thousand Mile Wish"
    Released: January 2005
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Finger Eleven is the third studio album from the Canadian alternative rock band Finger Eleven. Because of its commercial success, they were welcomed to the SnoCore 2004 tour. "One Thing" became the biggest single from this record, reaching 16 on the Billboard Hot 100.[2] Some of the songs have been featured in various EA games including "Stay in Shadow" (Burnout 3) and "Good Times" (SSX3). In a similar vein, "Other Light", "Conversations", and "Good Times" have all appeared in the Nintendo GameCube game 1080° Avalanche.

There was a limited edition version of the CD, which came with a bonus DVD featuring the "Good Times" music video, studio footage, and a live concert video.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Scott Anderson; all music composed by Finger Eleven, except where noted.

No. Title Music Length
1. "Other Light"   2:51
2. "Complicated Questions"   3:16
3. "Stay in Shadow" Scott Anderson, James Black 3:15
4. "Good Times"   3:55
5. "Absent Elements"   4:00
6. "Thousand Mile Wish"   4:59
7. "Conversations"   3:34
8. "The Last Scene of Struggling"   3:15
9. "Panic Attack"   3:32
10. "Therapy"   4:49
11. "One Thing" Anderson, Black 4:39
12. "Obvious Heart"   4:20
Total length: 46:25


  1. "Unspoken" – 3:37
  2. "Wake Up Demons" – 2:16
  3. "Murder My Mind's Eye" – 4:18
  4. "Tearing Disguises" – 6:17


  • Vocals: Scott Anderson
  • Guitar: James Black
  • Guitar: Rick Jackett
  • Bass: Sean Anderson
  • Drums: Rich Beddoe
  • Producer: Johnny K
  • Album artwork: James Black

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