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Evanescence: Anywhere But Home (2004)

Anywhere but Home is the first live album and DVD by the rock band Evanescence, released in 2004. It includes all four of their Fallen music videos, an hour of behind the scenes features, ... See full summary »

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Hamish Hamilton
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Terry Balsamo Terry Balsamo ... Himself (Guitar)
William Boyd William Boyd ... Himself (Bass)
Rocky Gray ... Himself (Drums)
John LeCompt John LeCompt ... Himself (Guitar)
Amy Lee ... Herself (Vocals, piano)
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Anywhere but Home is the first live album and DVD by the rock band Evanescence, released in 2004. It includes all four of their Fallen music videos, an hour of behind the scenes features, and a recording of a concert at Le Zénith in Paris. It also includes a previously unreleased song on the CD, titled "Missing" (which also plays during the DVD credits); while placed at the end of the disc, the CD insert shows it as track eight however it is actually track 14 and incorrectly labeled "Whisper". Written by allan-medeiros26

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USA

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English

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22 November 2004 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

Paris, France

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Amy Lee: [explaining an incident on stage] He comes out on stage, and he jumps over, and he goes 'blugh' and I'm going
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Amy Lee: "Frozen inside..."
[screams]
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Edited from Evanescence Feat. Paul McCoy: Bring Me to Life (2003) See more »

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Excellent Concert, Terrible Edition
27 February 2006 | by claudio_carvalhoSee all my reviews

Evanescence is probably (or certainly) the best group that has recent arisen. This concert in Paris is excellent, with a vibrating Amy Lee singing all the successful songs of their recent album. Unfortunately the frantic edition of the images makes impossible to see the live performance of the band, since the images changes in such a frequency that the viewer is not able to watch the group on the stage. Further, the DVD was released without subtitles of the lyrics, showing the usual lack of respect of Sony with Brazilian costumers. Evanescence and their fans deserved a better director and distributor of their DVD. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Evanescence: Anywhere But Home"


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