Finger Eleven Releases Free Concert on XBLM

For the first time since Xbox 360 launched their Xbox LIVE Marketplace, a full HD concert download will be made available to users in the United States for free. Finger Eleven’s set from the Berkeley Church in Toronto, Ontario will be available to all users gratis. The content will be placed on the servers on November 6, 2007 where it will be for sixty days.

The 58-minute set features the gold chart-topping hit “Paralyzer” from the quintet’s Wind-up Records album THEM VS. YOU VS. ME, in addition to tracks which include “So So Suicide,” “Falling On,” “I’ll Keep Your Memory Vague,” “Talking To The Walls,” and “Lost My Way.” Songs from the band’s self-titled gold certified release are performed including the crossover smash “One Thing,” “Good Times,” and “Obvious Heart.” Finger Eleven also deliver strong performances of earlier repertoire including “Quicksand,” “Suffocate,” and “First Time.” The shoot was produced by Original Spin Media, Inc. and directed by Daniel Berman.

Xbox Senior Global Marketing Manager Peter Orullian shared, “Xbox LIVE members are passionate about games, entertainment, and music. It’s great to have partners like Wind-up Records to deliver new music experiences to them. And Finger Eleven’s concert frankly rocks.”

Finger Eleven singer Scott Anderson offered, “Our live show has always been one of the strengths of Finger Eleven. To be in a position to offer fans and music lovers a free set on a platform that I personally love is a dream come true.”

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