Anywhere But Home NTSC, Enhanced, Live
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|2. Going Under|
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|6. My Last Breath|
|7. Farther Away|
|8. Breathe No More|
|9. My Immortal|
|10. Bring Me To Life|
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|1. Missing (previously unreleased audio track - studio recording)|
Two disc set featuring a full length live CD and a 2 hour DVD. DVD contains a full length concert shot live in Europe in Summer 2004, music videos, 'behind the scenes' footage of the making of the tour and the band 'at play'. Directed by Hamish Hamilton (U2, Peter Gabriel) in a spectacular 14 camera shoot that captures Evanescence at their electrifying best. Includes a new previously unreleased track, 'Missing'.
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The CD starts off with an intro where all you can hear is the fans screaming, and the synthesizer humming in the backround. The screams escalade, indicating the band has arrived, and sure enough a few chords are pounded out of the guitars and Haunted kicks off the set.
The bands thunders their way straight into Going Under without pasing for a second, and Amy's voice scrapes the bottom of her range, growling hoarsely before ascending into her usual range. At the end of the song Amy thanks Paris and they move on to Taking Over Me, which is basicly the same version as on the album except with the middle of the song extended slightly. Everybody's Fool comes next, certainly not their greatest preformance, but definately worth hearing to hear Amy's obvius aggression.
The band sweeps into a pano-lead cover of Korn's Thoughtless, which is pulled off beautifully and gives you a pumped feeling after listening to it. My Last Breath follows next, then Farther Away, an outtake from Fallen that many people will not have heard before. A great preformance, with an elongated begining and end, and an excellent mix of squealing guitars and tribal drums.
The band slows down for the next two songs, starting with Breathe No More, another outtake. The live version involves the whole band, not just the piano as it was recorded. Some of the acostic guitar has a flamenco feel to it, just adding to the texture of the song. My Immortal follows, beautifully sung. Amy stops singing the chorus the first time through and the crowd is audible, singing along to the piano.Read more ›
then there is the live CD...no Evanescence fan should go without this!! So you think Amy Lee sounded amazing on the Fallen CD right? Wait until you hear her sing LIVE! She blows her own studio tracks out of the water! If it's possible, Evanescence is even better live than in studio! We also get the honor of hearing 4 new songs on this cd (one is a cover), and i'll summarize them for you:
1.Thoughtless- 5/5: this song seems to have stirred up some controversy over it's lyrics. Yes it does contain two, barely audible swear words in it, but it is not a big deal and should not be a problem. This is a cover of Korn's Thoughtless from their Untouchables CD...and it is an AMAZING cover! I personally do not like Korn, so i enjoyed this cover better than the original
2.Farther Away- 5/5: The drums really drive this song... the bass and drums are heavy, combined with Amy Lee's piano picking and vocals and you will be BLOWN AWAY!
3.Breath No More- 5/5: Possibly the best unreleased track on the CD. Amy's voice and pianist skills are really emphazised in this song. It has the ballad sound of My Immortal or Field of Innocence, but its also very different. Enjoy the Spanish guitar rifts as well ;)
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I love this DVD/CD a lot, and I enjoy watching the live concert and the behind-the-scenes stuff! Though, the life vocals of Amy Lee in the concert can be a bit of a let down if you just listen to the CD. If you buy it, you should really watch the live concert first to see why her voice sounds a bit weaker, I mean if you were jumping around like that on stage you'd get pretty weak vocals too! But I wouldn't say it's a waste of money like some people say, it's an awesome DVD and Evanescence should really be proud of their newest creation thus far!
I'm definitly looking forward to more CDs by Evanescence!
Most recent customer reviews
Having read the countless reviews concerning this product before buying it, I had previously borrowed it from someone to see if the comments previously posted were realistic. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Joelle Braccio
Verry well done it gives you a great look at Evanescence Live + you get the CD. All the songs from the 1st album are there and they are the best. Read morePublished on Jan. 8 2010 by Michel E. Drolet
I think this is one of the worst concert DVD's I have ever seen. The music is great, don't get me wrong Evanescence is a great band and they put on an awesome show. Read morePublished on March 4 2007 by M Lemieux
i am very impressed with the anywhere but home dvd it is amazing its also great that it has the videos on to the behind the scences is quit funny the bloopers has me in tears. Read morePublished on Dec 15 2005 by claire brown
Although I have only listened to the CD, I found this set to be a waste of money. Amy Lee's voice is far from being on key during the early tracks of the CD. Read morePublished on Jan. 9 2005 by K. Larking
I love Amy Lee. And Evanescence. I have bought Fallen, Anywhere but Home and the Punisher soundtrack because of Amy Lee, all on the days that they came out. Read morePublished on Dec 23 2004
"Anywhere But Home" is awesome. Its TWO discs-- One is a CD, the others a DVD -- and includes a FULL concert in Paris. I know what your thinking. Read morePublished on Dec 20 2004 by Rev