12 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Evanescence’s 2003 debut album brought the crunchy power chords and brooding bombast of nu-metal crashing into a set of elegant, piano-driven ballads. The result was an unlikely gothic hard-rock breakthrough, as rousing in the quiet despair of “My Immortal” as in the propulsive, fist-pumping fury of “Bring Me To Life.” The combination of singer/pianist Amy Lee’s soaring, plaintive voice and guitarist Ben Moody’s muscular riffs made Fallen a unique pop phenomenon.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Evanescence’s 2003 debut album brought the crunchy power chords and brooding bombast of nu-metal crashing into a set of elegant, piano-driven ballads. The result was an unlikely gothic hard-rock breakthrough, as rousing in the quiet despair of “My Immortal” as in the propulsive, fist-pumping fury of “Bring Me To Life.” The combination of singer/pianist Amy Lee’s soaring, plaintive voice and guitarist Ben Moody’s muscular riffs made Fallen a unique pop phenomenon.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5

516 Ratings

516 Ratings

Amazing

Idc & idk

Very VERY seldom do I write a review for anything unless its amazing and truly makes an impression on me. This surpasses that. There is not one bad song on the album.

Unforgettable

leftcoaster46

I keep coming back to this CD over and over. It’s that good. What sets Fallen apart is the quality of the song writing and more importantly, the dynamics of each song, which go from thundering sound to quiet piano parts, all all set to her amazing voice. I’m not sure what genre you’d call Evanescence but it doesn’t matter, just call Fallen AMAZING.

Excellent

st george

I wish they would be more prolific. Excellent blend of music with strong vocals

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