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evanescence: Evanescencecompact discs
Evanescence: Evanescence

Released: Oct 11, 2011. Genre: Alternative metal. Label: Wind-up. Number Of Tracks: 12. Let's face it; Evanescence has been almost solely a vehicle for Amy Lees voice from the start. This album marks a small change moving more towards Evanescence being a band instead of a vehicle for Amy Lee. This isnt a bad change.

POSTED: 11/04/2011 - 04:09 am

8.4
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evanescence: Fallencompact discs
Evanescence: Fallen

Released: Mar 4, 2003. Genre: Rock. Tones: Bleak, Brooding, Cathartic, Melancholy, Earnest, Bittersweet, Eerie, Ominous, Yearning, Dramatic. Styles: Post-Grunge, Alternative Metal, Goth Metal, Chamber Pop. Number Of Tracks: 11

POSTED: 02/21/2011 - 02:31 am

8.6
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evanescence: In The Shadowscompact discs
Evanescence: In The Shadows

Released: 2007. Genre: Alternative Gothic Rock. Number Of Tracks: 11. This album which Evanescence made in 2007 contains most of their songs from previous albums.

POSTED: 10/06/2009 - 03:24 am

6.8
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evanescence: The Open Doorcompact discs
Evanescence: The Open Door

Release Date: Oct 3, 2006. Label: Wind-up. Genres: Post-Grunge, Goth Metal. Number Of Tracks: 13. It's a fascinating journey for the listener as she ventures into her own personal heart of darkness, her stricken, perfect voice suspended on an unsteady precipice between breakdown and breakthrough.

POSTED: 09/05/2007 - 06:01 am

8.1
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evanescence: Origincompact discs
Evanescence: Origin

Released: 2000. Genre: Rock. Styles: Alternative Pop/Rock; Chamber Pop. Number Of Tracks: 14. A little bit less advanced than Fallen but that is understandable. Overall the sound is pretty good.

POSTED: 01/09/2006 - 01:51 am

9.2
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evanescence: Anywhere But Homecompact discs
Evanescence: Anywhere But Home

Released: Nov 23, 2004. Genre: Rock. Styles: Goth Metal, Alternative Metal, Post-Grunge. Number Of Tracks: 14. The album closes, as does Fallen, with the swirling, vaguely Eastern-tinged metal melodies of "Whisper," and Lee's throaty vocal endures even as the synths and processed choir effects threaten to engulf her.

POSTED: 12/07/2004 - 03:17 am

8.4
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