While this CD eluded me for some time, I stumbled upon it at a department store while on vacation just south of Richmond, Virginia. Ever since purchasing "Fallen" over a year ago now, I've been longing for any new Evanescence material I can get my hands on. This has been my only gem so far. "Farther Away" is quite a song both musically and lyrically. Then there is the somber "Missing", which makes this single so sought after because it was replaced by the "Bring Me To Life" video in later pressings. "Missing" is a slow quiet song, as with the style of "My Immortal" and "Hello" from the Fallen album. Both of these B-sides (not album tracks as the listing would make you believe) would have made great additions to the Fallen album, but probably with the sacrifice of one of the 11 tremendous tracks that did make it to the album. However, all that aside, the one thing that makes this single so special for me is actually the "Bring Me To Life" bliss mix. Like many others, airplay of "Bring Me To Life" is what brought Evanescence to my attention, but unlike many others I was not overly enthused by the male vocal sections. This is by no means a reflection of Paul McCoy, as I think he did a wonderful job, it just didn't add anything to the song for me. I often wondered to myself how much more I would like the song if the male parts were removed. Well, much to my delight that is exactly what the Bliss Mix is; the same track with the male vocals completely removed. This version has secured "Bring Me To Life" as one of my all-time favorite songs. If you ever have the chance to obtain this single without paying an insane price, I recommend you do so.