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omg LOVE IT!!!

i would listen to this album when it first came outt!! i was only 8 years old!!!! this is still my favorite songs to sing to!!! when i was a kid i wuld sing everyobdy's fool!!! put yes if you love evanescence!!!


Amy Lee easily blows Miley, Colbie, Fergie, Katy, and Gaga out of the water with her vocal performance. Any one who disagrees has seroius mental issues which I recommend they get treated for immediately. Out of the filth that is today's music industry, Evanescence shines as one of the few bands that still makes great music and has actual talent.

Fallen, Song by Song

Ok, so clearly if you want something concise you should look for a shorter review. This is a great example of Evanescence's good old days. In The Open Door, Evanescence (or should say Amy Lee) lost a lot of its great sound (with a few exceptions). GOING UNDER - 10/10. Great song, it would be just angry if it wasn't in B minor, and because Amy Lee's smooth, well-pitched, vibrato-lacking singing makes the chorus sad AND angry, as well as being a bit dreamy. I like the whispering/talking in the 2nd verse - she whispers very well. BRING ME TO LIFE - 6/10. Some aspects were good, such as Amy Lee's singing (as usual), the guitar rhythms and the piano intro. The guy, however (Paul McCoy) just ruins it for me, and I wince at the part off the chorus where he sings. EVERYBODY'S FOOL - 7/10. A nice sound, it's about pop stars who lose privacy and respect, and Amy Lee makes it both a bit regretful and very angry. It does, however, lack a dreamy gothic quality that most of the Fallen songs have. MY IMMORTAL - 8/10. Lovely. Amy Lee got this one just right EXCEPT for the fact that she gets off tune a lot - I don't find it annoying, however. The piano part is great. HAUNTED - 9/10. Just plain creepy and cool. It starts out with two layers of Amy Lee's voice, singing the same tune in two octaves. The chorus is scary and, well, haunting, and on the second verse a wonderful guitar/drum pattern pounds out a few times. The guitar solo, temporarily switching the song into C# minor, is one of my favorites of all time (it's bizarre, full of squeals and wails). On the last chorus, a rather ghastly chorus takes up the main tune while Amy Lee sings out harmonies. Throughout the song is a small, hospital-like beeping. TOURNIQUET - 7/10. It's religious, being mostly about "Return to me salvation." It has a scary music break, at the end of which Amy Lee screams "I WANT TO DIE!!!". It also has a lovely tragic instrumental string part in the last 45 seconds or so. There isn't a whole lot that's exceptional about it, although Amy Lee's voice does sound very clear and pure, especially on the line (2nd verse) "Will you be on the other side, or will you forget me?" IMAGINARY - 8/10. The song is about escapism. The lyrics are a bit cheesy ("In my field of paper flowers, and candy clouds of lullaby"...etc.) but the gothic chorus with heavy guitar and Amy Lee yelling is quite wonderful. It has an strange music break, mostly consisting of the guitar making odd noises. TAKING OVER ME - 6/10. It has a nice piano intro. The theme of the song is "I have to be with you, to live, to breathe, you're taking over me". After the second chorus, as Amy Lee sings, the guitar abruptly stops, then starts, then goes back and forth a few times, creating a crashing effect. The only bad things I could say about this song is that, as with Everybody's fool, it lacks a dreamy quality, and Amy Lee does sound a bit whiny. HELLO - 10/10. Brilliant. It's about Amy Lee's sister, who passed away. Lyrics-wise, it's sad and very well done - "Hello, I'm your mind, giving you someone to talk to." Amy Lee sings it perfectly, especially on the line, "Don't try to fix me, I'm not broken." After two repeats of the first tune, there is a cello music break, and then Amy Lee demonstrates how much control she has over her voice, going in and out of falsetto. It's perfectly done. MY LAST BREATH - 10/10. Even if the rest of the song wasn't fantastic, I would rate it the same as I did just for the repeated guitar phrase, which is just brilliant. The vocal side of the song, however, IS good. My favorite part of the lyrics is after the second chorus, "Calling me, calling me, as you fade to black." The whole song is moving, driving, emotional, and wonderfully sad in parts like "I'll miss the winter, a world of fragile things" and "Say goodnight, don't be afraid." There isn't much more I can say. WHISPER - 9/10. Freaky and cool. I love the part in the chorus: "Don't close your eyes (God knows what lies behind them)". Another great part is after the second chorus, where things get exciting. After that, as the album reviewer put quite well, apocalyptic strings and a scary Latin chorus enters, singing "servatis periculum, servatis maleficum." Also, at the end the chorus tune modifies into melodic minor, which fits perfectly into the song, which is in D minor. MY IMMORTAL (BAND VERSION) - 6/10. Amy Lee stays on tune this time, and at the end the rest of the band joins in with guitars, drums, etc., which is nice. However, the piano is much less emotional, it sounds like the pianist is playing stiffly with a metronome, and Amy Lee...well, for any fellow Stargate fans out there, is it just me or on this track does Amy Lee sound like Col. Sheppard using his annoyed voice? (No offense intended to Amy Lee or Col. Sheppard, haha.) Still, this version might be better than the other if you have no patience for subtle detail and emotional pauses. BRING ME TO LIFE VIDEO (LIVE) - 8/10. This is the same version as on Anywhere But Home. It's very good, and on the line "Don't let me die here" Amy Lee actually growls (she needs to growl more often). It's quite energetic as Amy Lee herself is, and she does not get painfully off-key, like many singers do live. It's a great album. Listen to some of the clips. I would strongly recommend that you buy it. Thanks for reading!


Formed: 1995 in Little Rock, AR

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Evanescence filled a niche few knew existed: the need for operatic goth pop, soul-baring introspection paired with churning metallic guitars. Singer/pianist Amy Lee cut such a figure fronting the group that it was easy to not think of Evanescence as a band, but rather a support group for her songs. After some lineup shifts, however, including the departure of founding...
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