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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Bicycle Music Com.
  • ASIN: B000089RVX
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,063 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #97,114 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Evanescence ~ Fallen

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Francis Ortiz on July 31 2003
Format: Audio CD
I wasn't sure if I should buy the cd, I had heard "Bring Me To Life" and really liked it. I took a chance, and I was very happy with the results. Amy Lee's voice is really what gives the band a unique sound.
The Tracks:
1. Going Under - One of my favorite songs on the cd. It has so much energy and gets the cd started right.
2. Bring Me To Life - You've heard it on the radio. I'm sure you have an opinion on it.
3. Everybody's Fool - Starts slower, but is a solid song.
4. My Immortal - The first slow song. You really get a sense of Amy's range.
5. Haunted - This one takes a while to get going, but it's called 'haunted' so what else do you expect?
6. Tourniquet - An up-tempo song. Plenty of energy.
7. Imaginary - Another song where Amy's voice makes a lasting impression.
8. Taking Over Me - The chorus gets stuck in your head.
9. Hello - Slow song that stays slow.
10. My Last Breath - Has a weird intro, but then takes on that characteristic quality that Evanescence has.
11. Whisper - The song is as good as any of the others.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "fairnymph" on March 11 2003
Format: Audio CD
I'm most impressed by the stunning range of Amy's voice -- at times it is angelic, pure and clear -- yet at others she sounds slightly gravelly and a touch angsty, almost like Shirley Manson (of Garbage). I can't think of a single other singer whose voice possesses the purity of someone like say, Sarah Maclachlan as well as a more Manson-like rich, textured sound. Incredible versatility.
The instrumentals and arrangements are also excellent.
The rock/guitar riffs at times are truly invigorating -- the opening/guitar theme to 'Whisper', the guitar interlude towards the end of 'Imaginary'
Ethereal pads/effects, angelic background vocals in many songs provide a nice contrast to the metal-rock basis of the band.
There are some extraordinary piano moments also, such as in 'My Immortal' and 'Hello'.
'Going Under', my personal favorite, is pretty pop, and undeniably catchy...expertly mixed, with breathtaking contrast between the harsh/glorious moments of the song, as well as the fantastic opening which reveals the sexy depth of Amy Lee's voice.
'Tourniquet' has some beautiful electro-industrial moments reminiscent of Garbage, as well as hauntingly dark lyrics. I find myself wishing there were a bit more of the electronic touch, as these moments are usually breif, both here and in 'My Last Breath'.
There is an obvious spiritual undertone to many of the songs, which some might write off as 'Christian Rock' -- this would be a grave mistake, however. The spiritual message in Evanescence's music is refreshing -- englightening without being preachy. And because the spiritual songs in the album are sung in the first person, a personal psychological and spiritual journery is implied rather than proselytism.
All around, fantastic album and superbly talented group.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "keystah" on April 18 2003
Format: Audio CD
Okay, so I'm into ska and punk mostly. But this CD is awesome. I wouldn't compare it to Linkin Park, since "Bring me to life" isn't charactistic of the rest of the album. Amy has some great vocals, and I think that she makes the album. She could sing anything and I would like it. The music has a kind of modern rock/gothic feel to it, but then again the tracks have good variety throughout the album. "My Imortal" and "Hello" showcase excellent piano/strings work and sound like they could be on someone else's CD(like a classical CD)- but the lyrics and tone of the song somehow fit the CD very well. There is even a choir on "My Imaginary". I personally like "Going Under" and "Tourniquet", but all the songs are good. I listened to this CD probably 10 times in the first two days I owned it.
Amy's vocals are rich, powerful, and haunting. I like the band Garbage because of Shirley Manson, and I'd have to say that Amy blows her away. It should also be noted that her "best friend" is her guitarrist Ben does an excellent job on fusing rock with some of the other elements that come together in their music. This stuff is great to crank up. I can't recommend it any more highly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Aaron on Dec 6 2003
Format: Audio CD
Not surprisingly, metal-heads bash this album for being friendly and pleasing to the ear. For some reason, it's a turn-off that Amy Lee can actually sing unlike most hard rock singers. She not only can sing, but she has one of the best voices in music today. Well, sorry, but I buy music according to what is pleasing to my ear.
"Fallen" is a solid collection of songs that not only rock, but carry strong vocals void of screaming and nonsence. "Bring Me To Life" was the monster single that brought them to the mainstream and it's still a great track no matter how many times its been overplayed. I didn't care for "Going Under" at first but it quickly grew on me. "Everybody's Fool" and "Haunted" are great too. "My Tourniquet" reveals the band's spiritual side and is a definite highlight. "My Last Breath" is awesome and with the exception of BMTL is my favorite rock track. "Fallen" also includes two stunning piano ballads *I'm a sucker for a good piano ballad.* "Hello" is very pleasant, but the star is "My Immortal." "My Immortal" is a stunning piece of work. I've heard a lot of people criticize it for its bland lyrics, but Amy Lee sounds amazing and the melody is breathtaking. I really hope this song takes off at radio...it's sorely needed. Over-all awesome rock album.
I'm not one of those people who over-anazlyze music and complain about certain artists or bands being too "Commercialized" *as many people have said about Evanescence* and to those people...get a life. Worry about something more important...like world hunger.
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