Sometime in the early 90's it became okay for indie bands to rock again, and by rock I don't mean college rock, or punk-tinged rock, but big ol' dumb-ass hair-farming rock-- the kind that gets played on AOR radio. Finger were one of those indie label bands playing big ol' dumb-ass hair-farming rock (if I remember correctly, they even had a half-good single on Merge, of all places), even though this was the kind of shit that Night Ranger or Cinderella fans would wave their Bic lighters to.
As it is, "Ship Full of Holes" is a Kiss-type power ballad with more Loverboy guitar work than you can stand in one afternoon (I like to imagine Screaming Trees sounded like this), but Finger's cover of "All This and More" actually has some real energy to it, at least. Oh yeah, and the drummer also sings, which is generally a bad idea (see: Carpenters, Eagles, Grand Funk Railroad) unless you're Volcano Suns or the Ergs or something... although in this case, the singing drummer is John Howie, who later formed the often-useful Two Dollar Pistols. So there you go.
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"Ship Full of Holes"
"All This and More"