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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
There have always been vague underpinnings of funk in Finger Eleven's rhythms, but it still comes as a bit of a shock that "Paralyzer," the opening track of their fourth album, Them vs. You vs. Me, finds the Canadian quintet embracing the full-on disco-rock that started to emerge when they released their last album in 2003. Four years later, this sound isn't exactly passé -- plenty of bands are still pushing it -- but it's not exactly fresh either, except within the context of Finger Eleven, where it does add some welcome new dimension to their traditional '90s alt-rock sound. Sure, it's hard not to see it as a little bit of a desperate bid for relevancy, but ...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
There have always been vague underpinnings of funk in Finger Eleven's rhythms, but it still comes as a bit of a shock that "Paralyzer," the opening track of their fourth album, Them vs. You vs. Me, finds the Canadian quintet embracing the full-on disco-rock that started to emerge when they released their last album in 2003. Four years later, this sound isn't exactly passé -- plenty of bands are still pushing it -- but it's not exactly fresh either, except within the context of Finger Eleven, where it does add some welcome new dimension to their traditional '90s alt-rock sound. Sure, it's hard not to see it as a little bit of a desperate bid for relevancy, but even if the move comes across as calculated, the occasional dash of disco-rock gives Them vs. You vs. Me a little bit of needed new hue to a collection of otherwise colorless but capable by-the-book alt-rock, pitched partway between Stone Temple Pilots and Matchbox Twenty. Finger Eleven are pros, so they can deliver Oasis-styled anti-love songs like "I'll Keep Your Memory Vague" or Live-inspired anthemic ballads like "Change the World" with as much workmanship as their grungy rockers, but they need something to stand apart from the pack -- and the addition of awkward funk rhythms to the likes of "Lost My Way" nearly accomplishes that. So, the variety of rhythms, along with the increasing emphasis on acoustic-based power ballads, gives Them vs. You vs. Me the greatest musical variety of any Finger Eleven record, but they remain boxed in by their good intentions: they remain a group that's too polite too dislike but too well-mannered to remember.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/6/2007
  • Label: Wind-Up
  • UPC: 601501311222
  • Catalog Number: 13112

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Paralyzer (3:28)
  2. 2 Falling On (3:07)
  3. 3 I'll Keep Your Memory Vague (3:46)
  4. 4 Lost My Way (3:58)
  5. 5 So-So Suicide (3:15)
  6. 6 Window Song (3:39)
  7. 7 Sense of a Spark (2:54)
  8. 8 Talking to the Walls (4:04)
  9. 9 Change the World (3:46)
  10. 10 Gather & Give (3:11)
  11. 11 Easy Life (5:12)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Finger Eleven Primary Artist
James Black Guitar
Sean Anderson Bass, Bass Guitar
Rich Beddoe Drums
Rick Jackett Guitar
Scott Anderson Vocals
James Black Guitar
Scott Anderson Vocals
Technical Credits
Ted Jensen Mastering
Gail Marowitz Art Direction
Tadpole Engineer
Finger Eleven Composer
Sean Anderson Composer
Rich Beddoe Composer
Rick Jackett Composer
Johnny K Producer, Engineer
Scott Anderson Composer
James Black Composer, Art Conception
Rob Lanni Management
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    R-r-r-r-r-RADIO!

    I heard that song, "I'll keep your memory vague". It hit me pretty hard because I lost my girl, just wanted to be sad and be by myself, and the song hit me pretty deep. I was looking for a song that could express my feelings. So I went to Best Buy and bought this cd. After listening to the whole thing, I no longer want to just sit by myself, but rather pass the time by repeatedly stabbing myself in the crank. Very painful cd.

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