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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 24 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Wind-up
  • ASIN: B00009YX6C
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)

1. Bring Me to Life [Album Version]
2. Bring Me to Life [Bliss Mix]
3. Farther Away
4. Bring Me to Life [Video Version]

Product Description

Updated Version of the Hit Single from the Little Rock Based Band's 2003 Debut Full Length CD 'fallen'. This Song is Prominently Featured in the Film and Soundtrack of the Motion Picture "Daredevil", Starring Ben Affleck. Amy Lee's Powerful Voice Juxtaposes Clearly in Front Guest Singer Paul Mccoy's (Of 12 Stones) Gruffness.

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Format: Audio CD
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.
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By P. Limmer on May 11 2004
Format: Audio CD
I've been a fan of Evanescence since 2000 when my friend played me a demo CD he'd got hold of. He slapped it on and Evanescence's Origin began to thunder through my ears. It was breathtaking. Their songwriting was different to the usual angry edge most rockbands take. The music was meaningful and different...but what I rememeber mostly was Amy Lee's stunning voice.
Then, nearly three years later, they re-appeared again. Somebody had finally discovered them and thrust them into the limelight and this was what they produced. I'd downloaded a demo version of this song and thought it was breathtaking...but remixed, with orchestration, I've got to say without a doubt, Bring Me To Life is one of the most amazing pieces of music I have ever heard. The desperation in Amy's voice is heart-wrenching, the guitars crunch and the string line soars. A lot of people don't seem to like 12 Stone's Paul McCoy's additional vocals, but I think they compliment Amy's haunting, pseudo operatic voice well. The bridge before the final climactic chorus sent a shiver down my spine. It's easily one of the greatest songs of all time.
The Bliss mix is great - without Paul's vocals you suddenly hear elements of the song you didn't realise were there (Amy whispering 'don't let me die here' had previously been lost on me). Farther Away is an amazing track. Again, the desperation of her voice and the stunning subtlety of their lyirics is amazing.
The single definitely loses something without the beautifully haunting Missing (as does the album), but it's still a great CD. If you appreciate why this song is so breathtaking, buy it immediately.
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It lacks the track "Missing." Now, the only place to find "Missing" in a non screwed up or corrupted way, is through me beings I have the mp3 for it, or on the ULTRA RARE European UK-ONLY re-release of the currently mega rare and out of print album, "Origin." I myself own this UK re-release rarity, so I can enjoy the song "Missing" amongst the "Origin" album, with 8 extra tracks..I consider myself somewhat lucky, as only 6800 copies of the re-release exist, and only 2500 of the original release exist. So..basically, in its authentic actual cd disc non burned REAL state, both versions of "Origin" combined, are only owned by a little under 10,000 people in existance. ('s a RARE and sought after album that people would go to great leingths and prices to get!) The only way now to enjoy "Missing" or any other EARLY Evanescence, is through the "Origin" album, which now..unless you download it, you're going to have a damn hard time finding at a reasonable price, as it is OUT OF PRINT (no longer being made) and RARE AS FU*K! I bought "Origin" 3 weeks ago, for not even 20 bucks. Amazon should SERIOUSLY order it (while they can..) and make MANY people happy!!! I know i'm happy with it!! All in all, get "Origin" or know me, that's the ONLY way you'll ever hear the album verison (non demo version) of "Missing"...ever. It outright doesn't exist on any other cd...period.
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By Dustin Gonzalez on Dec 6 2003
Format: Audio CD
Unfortunately, they replaced the "Missing" track with a video version of "Bring Me To Life". This makes it a lot harder to decide whether this CD is worth the money.
A good reason to get this CD is if you actually prefer the Bliss version of "Bring Me To Life" (with no Paul McCoy) over the album version that most of us are already used to. However, if you've grown accustomed to Paul's part in the song, then the Bliss version will sound like it has something missing (even though Evanescence had originally intended to record the song without Paul) and there's a good chance you won't like it. Honestly, I don't see much difference and I can't really decide which one I prefer. The body of the lyrics remain intact in both versions so none of the meaning of the song is lost. The little back-and-forth that Amy and Paul have right before the final chorus just reiterates what she's been saying all along, so lyrically they're relatively similar. I guess it's just a matter of taste.
Also on this CD is "Farther Away". It's a good, loud song but it's not one of their best. If you're a die-hard Evanescence fan and *need* to own all of their songs, then getting this CD might be just what you need. Otherwise, I'm not sure if this alone is worth the price of the CD.
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