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The Open Door

The Open Door
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9 years, 2 months ago at Jul 29 11:47
The second album from Evanescence marks the return of their paint-by-numbers whine-metal with sure-fire start/stop dramatics and chugging, syncopated guitars, dragging the late ’90s kicking and screaming into ’06 with sampled breakbeats. Fans won’t be disappointed, as nothing much has changed despite the departure of founding guitartist Ben Moody and recent departure of bassist William Boyd.... read more

Knock & The Door Will Be Opened

8 years ago at Sep 4 20:58
This CD is a great follow-up to Evanescence's hit album Fallen, complete with soaring tunes and a perfect blend of guitars, vocals, & (my favorite)the choir pieces.

I didn't enjoy the entire CD as much as Fallen, but there are definitely some great tracks on here... a couple I didn't like as much were Snow White Queen (why does everyone like that one?), Like You, & Good Enough.
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Description: Album Description The follow-up to their Multi-Platinum Debut Featuring the hit single "Call Me When You're Sober" There's nothing like a breakup to focus your muse. This follow-up to the stunning, multi-platinum Fallen was penned as singer Amy Lee's troubled romance with bandmate Ben Moody was spiraling out of control, impelling her to craft an anxious record full of recriminations, revelation, and self-flagellation, as she questioned everything that kept her whole. 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 unstead ... (more)
Manufacturer: Wind-Up
Release date: 25 September 2006
EAN: 0601501312021 UPC: 601501312021
Tags: Rock (7), Female Lead (3), Piano (3), Alternative Rock (3), 2006 (3), Gothic Rock (2), Female Vocalist (2), Amy Lee (2), Hard Rock (2), (2), Angst (2), Gothic (2), Female Singer (1), Sorrow (1), Best Of 2006 (1), Female Lead Singer (1), [Studio] (1), Cd-r (1), Girl Singer (1), Girl Lead Singer (1)
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