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Album: Evanescence - Fallen
Monday, 2003 November 10 - 11:34 pm
The first time I heard the single "Bring Me to Life" from Evanescence, I was blown away. I did something I rarely do nowadays: I bought the album just for that song.

I had high hopes for Evanescence's album "Fallen". From listening to their hit single "Bring Me to Life", I had envisioned an album full of original, powerful rock music.

I can't really complain; that's basically what I got. The album has a distinctive sound, interesting lyrics, and an achingly passionate lead singing performance from Amy Lee. One might describe the sound as "Goth metal", though that doesn't do justice to the album's originality.

Unfortunately, each of the tracks has a certain sameness to it; it made me a little bit tired of listening after a while. I'm inclined to take the best tracks and put them on a mix CD with some other bands.

CD rating: 3/5
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