The Greyest of Blue Skies (album)
|The Greyest of Blue Skies|
|Studio album by|
|Released||July 25, 2000|
|Studio||Arnyard Studios, Toronto|
|Finger Eleven chronology|
|Singles from The Greyest of Blue Skies|
The Greyest of Blue Skies is the second studio album from the Canadian rock band Finger Eleven. The track "Suffocate" appeared on the Scream 3: The Album soundtrack. The tracks "First Time" and "Drag You Down" each appeared in the Dragonball Z feature film Lord Slug, while the song "Stay and Drown" was in the Dragonball Z feature film Cooler's Revenge. A contestant from Idol 2006 sang "Sick of It All". The album was certified Gold in Canada in June 2001.
1. First Time |writer1 = Anderson, Black, Lanni, Rick Jackett |length1 = 4:26 |title
2. Drag You Down |length2 = 3:21 |title
3. My Carousel |length3 = 3:43 |title4 = Sick of It All |length
4. 3:18 |title
5. For the Ocean |length5 = 2:56 |title
6. Broken Words |length6 = 3:27 |title
7. Suffocate |length7 = 3:44 |title8 = Bones + Joints |writer
8. Black, Lanni |length8 = 3:47 |title
9. Famous |length9 = 4:08 |title
11. Stay and Drown |writer11 = Anderson, Black, Lanni, Sean Anderson |length11 = 4:23 }
- Scott Anderson – vocals
- James Black – guitar, vocals
- Rick Jackett – guitar
- Sean Anderson – bass
- Rich Beddoe – drums
|Canadian Albums Chart||17|
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