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Two disc set featuring a full length live CD and a 2 hour DVD. DVD contains a full length concert shot live in Europe in Summer 2004, music videos, 'behind the scenes' footage of the making of the tour and the band 'at play'. Directed by Hamish Hamilton (U2, Peter Gabriel) in a spectacular 14 camera shoot that captures Evanescence at their electrifying best. Includes a new previously unreleased track, 'Missing'.

Essentially a live showcase for their mega-selling breakthrough Fallen, this CD/DVD combo set chronicles Evanescence in peak form during a subsequent tour stop in Paris. The performances here lean early on the crunch of guitarists John Lecompt and Terry Balsamo (reaching a peak on the the band's potent cover of Korn's "Thoughtless"), but ultimately revolve around the melodramatic, goth-rooted vocal charisma of singer Amy Lee. It's on stripped-down, yet still larger-than-life takes of "Bring Me to Life" and "My Immortal," as well as the shadowy grace of "Breathe No More," that Lee stakes her claim to the alt.diva throne. Taken as a whole, the forceful renditions here argue that this live recording was hardly premature, instead well documenting the band's more direct musical tack and considerable live chops. The CD contains the appropriately named, previously unreleased studio track "Missing," while the DVD supplements its crisply shot and edited concert performances with four videos and an hour of documentary footage and interviews. --Jerry McCulley

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Haunted
  2. Going Under
  3. Taking Over Me
  4. Everybody's Fool
  5. Thoughtless
  6. My Last Breath
  7. Farther Away
  8. Breathe No More
  9. My Immortal
  10. Bring Me To Life
  11. Tourniquet
  12. Imaginary
  13. Whisper
  14. Missing (previously unreleased audio track - studio recording)
  15. Bring Me to Life (music video)
  16. Going Under (music video)
  17. My Immortal (music video)
  18. Everybody's Fool (music video)
  19. Behind-the-Scenes video program

Disc: 2

  1. Missing (previously unreleased audio track - studio recording)

Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 1, 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: The Bicycle Music Company
  • ASIN: B000687M48
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (300 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,659 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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116 of 126 people found the following review helpful By Robert J. Delaney on December 3, 2004
Format: DVD
Evanescence is a great band and I was anxious to get this DVD. After watching it, I can safely say that whoever handled the filming/lighting/editing, etc. of this concert should never work again. The DVD SOUNDS awesome, but that's not the problem. The camera work is horrendous, the video editing is terrible, and the constant digital effects were extremely annoying. I'm surprised more people haven't mentioned it. You hardly ever see a shot that lasts more than 2 seconds without jumping onto something else for another 2 seconds, and this continues over and over and over. I am not exaggerating. I got dizzy. Amy Lee is in excellent voice but they kept taking the camera off her when she was really hitting her vocal stride. They didn't show the guitarists hardly at all, and we get numerous shots of the back of the drummer's head. I wanted to see the band jamming! You won't see that here unfortunately. Why would they do this? What a disappointment. There's intentional out of focus shots, poor lighting, and an array of unnecessary video effects. The video technician must have got a new toy and didn't know when to quit. I hope they release another concert DVD in the future that shows the band on stage, as you would see them in concert. This plays like one very long MTV video.
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75 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Clarissa on November 30, 2004
Format: Audio CD
It's without question. This is something all Evanescence fans need in their collection! I notice this to be something a lot of artists are doing these days, and it probably is just a ploy to cash in, but I personally enjoy live CDs, and especially DVDs, so you can relive the experience or merely feed your curiosity if you missed one of your favorite groups in concert. I haven't seen Evanescence in person yet but after watching the DVD portion of 'Anywhere But Home', which was taped at a sold-out venue in Paris, I definitely think it would be worth it to try sometime. Amy Lee looks innocent yet deadly, her haunting vocals are in healthy form and the band sounds better than ever whilst they perform their greatest hits...which is basically everything since their melodies are all so unforgettable....

Many people claim Amy doesn't sing as well in concert as she does on her studio recordings and though they may be right, take into consideration the fact that she obviously gets really into the songs and because she jumps around so much, which equals exhaustion and breathlessness, I felt she did a pretty damn good job at controlling the words and pacing. You'll notice during the songs she sings while sitting at the piano, like on the wonderful Korn cover of "Thoughtless", the stunningly emotional "Breathe No More", and of course the infamous "My Immortal" she sounds quite better. Also, during a live event if you mess up there's no turning back so be grateful she doesn't lip synch like countless other acts around. And I'm so sick of people dissing this group simply because they had a lucky break and hit it big thanks to the 'Daredevil' soundtrack.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Bastet1023 on November 29, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I am a fan of Evanescence and I couldn't wait for this CD/DVD to come out. When I got it, I was both happy and disappointed.

The CD is pretty good, but the cheering in the background gets real annoying, real fast. The new songs Farther Away and Breathe No More are very good, and the spinoff of Thoughtless was very nice. Missing had to be the best song on the CD (No cheering) and the vocals and music were very nice.

The Music Videos were awesome. They are all eerie in their own part, but I was very happy to see them on the DVD. They were one of the main reasons I really wanted the CD.

The Live Concert was ok. The camera jumped around too much. Every two or three seconds the camera changed angles and it was a little disorientating. Plus, the cheering maxed out the music and Amy's voice causing you to stain to hear it.

The Behind the Scenes was entertaining and funny. A lot of people look at Evanescence as a gothic-depressing band when in reality they are just regular people having fun.

Overall, I liked this and it should keep me happy until the Sequel to FALLEN is out, but I really wish they would have edited out some of the cheering.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Krissy Muffinhead on March 20, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I bought this CD because I had a gift certificate, and it well exceeded my virtually absent expectations. A lot of people said it was basically Fallen live, but I find that it's much more. My favourite tracks are Missing, Breathe No More and the cover Thoughtless, which aren't on any other Evanescence records I believe. Also, new life is brought to Bring Me to Life (a pun? excellent), which I was getting pretty sick of from constant airplay. Going Under on this album is much better than on Fallen, I find. Overall, the live performance is amazing and I would recommend buying this over Fallen because of the seamless vocals, the added tracks, and the emotion a life performance brings. Go on.. aren't you out buying it yet??
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By M. W. Richardson on June 15, 2008
Format: MP3 Music
I almost got thrown off by the only other review here of this album. After considering the spelling and lack of grammar, and how much I like Amy's singing, I decided to risk buying the entire album. Since I've found other bands where the live albums were actually better than the studio stuff (Hot Tuna, The Wreckers, Counting Crows for a few), I thought the risk would be fairly low here and I was right. This album isn't really better than the studio, but is still a very good live album and the new tracks are a treat. I've enjoyed this album very much.
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