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  1. In , Finger Eleven released "The Greyest of Blue Skies", again produced by Arnold Lanni. They had success in their home country with this album going gold (50, units sold). Their release, selftitled album "Finger Eleven" was produced by Johnny K. This album includes the sleeper hit single "One Thing" which pushed the band into the.
  2. Jul 25,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Greyest Of Blue Skies on Discogs. Label: Wind-Up - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Nu Metal/5(17).
  3. Bones + Joints This song is by Finger Eleven and appears on the album The Greyest of Blue Skies (). Cloud my eyes and tell me what to see I'm falling Every way I turn, the same disease But I like it Brace myself and hit the wall with ease I'm colliding I'm not minding the pain I've been down here before All my bones and joints are sore Dig my way out of the wreck again I.
  4. Bones + Joints Lyrics: Cloud my eyes and tell me what to see / I'm falling / Every way I turn the same disease / But I like it / Brace myself and hit the wall with ease / I'm colliding / I'm not.
  5. Finger Eleven is Scott Anderson- Vocals Rick Jackett- guitar James Black-guitar Sean Anderson-Bass Rich Beddoe- Drums "Greyest of Blue Skies" opens with single "First Time" which solid sinister sound immediately grab you into the song. With solid lyrics about a faltering relationship and regrets, and a solid sound quite possibly the best track /5.
  6. Aug 18,  · Finger Eleven Quicksand/Tip Slow, sinking feeling Kills the mood you're conveying And it pulls me far down below It might be best if you go Can it not wait and hope for the best? Will it not stop.
  7. 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.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Greyest Of Blue Skies on Discogs/5(9).

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