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The members of Finger Eleven grew up in Burlington, Ontario, and came together in high school as a band named Rainbow Butt Monkeys. Originally comprised of Scott Anderson, Sean Anderson, Rob Gommerman, and James Black and Rick Jackett, they won a rock band search contest on a local radio station 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. The Greyest Of Blue Skies appeared in the summer of 2000, followed three years later by Finger Eleven's self-titled third album. March 2007's Them Vs. You Vs. Me is their most recent effort. Their new album "Life Turns Electric" will be released October 5, 2010.