Top Evanescence Albums
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The Open Door
The Open Door
[2006]
Anywhere But Home
Anywhere But Home
[2004]
Fallen (Bonus Version)
Fallen (Bonus Version)
[2003]
Evanescence
Evanescence
[1998]
4th Of July lyricsAll That I'm Living For lyricsAngel Of Mine lyricsAnything For You lyricsAnywhere lyricsAway From Me lyricsBefore The Dawn lyricsBehind-the-scenes Video Program lyricsBleed (I Must Be Dreaming) lyricsBreathe No More lyricsBring Me To Life lyricsBroken lyricsCall Me When You're Sober lyricsCartoon Network Song lyricsCatherine lyricsCloud Nine lyricsDemise lyricsDisappear lyricsEnd Of The Dream lyricsErase This lyricsEven In Death lyricsEverybody's Fool lyricsExodus lyricsFall Into You lyricsFarther Away lyricsField Of Innocence lyricsForever Gone, Forever You lyricsForgive Me lyricsGive Unto Me lyricsGoing Under lyricsGood Enough lyricsGoodnight lyricsHaunted lyricsHeart Shaped Box lyricsHello lyricsHells Angels lyricsI Believe In You lyricsI Hate Everything About You lyricsI Must Be Dreaming lyricsI'd Do Anything For Love lyricsIf You Don't Mind lyricsImaginary lyricsIt Was All A Lie lyricsJealous lyricsLacrymosa lyricsLies lyricsLike You lyricsLiquid Blue lyricsListen To The Rain lyricsLithium lyricsLose Control lyricsLost In Paradise lyricsMade Of Stone lyricsMissing lyricsMy Heart Is Broken lyricsMy Immortal lyricsMy Last Breath lyricsNever Go Back lyricsNever Was, Never Will Be (everybody's Fool) lyricsNew Way To Bleed lyricsOceans lyricsOctober lyricsOnly Happy When It Rains lyricsRestless lyricsSally's Song lyricsSay You Will lyricsSecret Door lyricsSelf Esteem lyricsSex Type Thing lyricsSick lyricsSilver Rain Fell lyricsSnow White Queen lyricsSo Close lyricsSolitude lyricsSomebody Like You lyrics
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Related Information for EvanescenceEvanescence is a grammy-winning band founded in Little Rock, Arkansas, United States in 1995 by singer/pianist Amy Lee and guitarist Ben Moody (who left in 2003). After recording private albums, the band signed to Wind-up Records and released their first full-length album, Fallen, in 2003, which sold more than 15 million copies worldwide and helped the band win two Grammy Awards. read more