Best Evanescence Albums
The Top Ten
The debut album of Evanescence, it was a superb start with massive hits like My Immortal, Bring Me To Life, Going Under
EPIC ALBUM! Every evanescence fan out there should have this album! My favorites are: bring me to life, Everybody's fool and my immortal
I love the songs on this album. Nearly every song on this album is a hit to me. I think that this album is the best one they've put out so far.
Brilliant album, 10/10 for me. Every song is meaningful and amazing to me. Amy's voice gives me chills right to the bone. She's very inspiring and has created one of the best albums ever!
This album is simply amazing. I was OBSESSED with this album when I first heard it in 2014. EVERY song on this album I completely fell in love with. My top favorites are: "The Change," "Oceans," "Never Go Back." My favorite out of the deluxe version tracks is "New Way to Bleed." AMAZING song. I definitely recommend this album to EVERY Evanescence fan. They're my number one favorite band of ALL TIME, since I'm emo.
Amazing album! There are many great songs like My heart is broken, What you want, Lost in paradise, Made of stone... Very underrated album!
Best Evanescence album in my opinion. The best songs according to me are: Erase This, End of the Dream, My Heart is Broken and definitely Secret Door. This is some of their best work and it should be at the top of the list.
This is by far their best album. Fallen was a superb record but every song on this one is a true masterpiece. It was a long 5 years to wait for another evanescence record but the wait was definitely worth it!
The Open Door is the second studio album by the American rock band Evanescence. It was first released in Poland on September 25, 2006, through Wind-up Records and subsequently in more than 20 other countries worldwide. Originally intended to be released in March 2006, the release date of The Open Door was changed due to guitarist Terry Balsamo's stroke, the loss of the band's former manager and Will Boyd's and Ben Moody's departure from the band. The album symbolizes a new beginning for the band, incorporating new elements in their old music such as gothic rock, symphonic rock and pop music as well as choirs on several songs. The writing process for the album took a period of over 18 months and the majority of the songs were written by Amy Lee and Terry Balsamo, while being produced by Dave Fortman.
1 Call Me When You're Sober
3 sweet sacrifice
It has a theme in my opinion. Also it has my favorite songs. I wrote a story about this album's songs!
The theme is beautiful and it includes beautiful songs like Lithium and hits like Call Me when You're sober. It's amazing and has a lot of songs (13 - 14? ). I'll never get bored of this. (My favorites are all of their albums though)
Certainly Evanescence's most experimental and eclectic effort to date, this record consistently endeavors into a variety of new territories that greatly expand their sonic palate.
I think this album was the darkest of them all. I like that Evanescence managed to make the music dark yet beautiful at the same time. This album had some songs from Fallen (kinda was their demo) and they were so much more raw. It was personally my favorite right beside The Open Door.
This is such a dark album, their best album to be honest.. I don't know why people don't give it much recognition..
Has the best songs, my favorite is away from me
Has the best songs. Period.
Great Album. I like this songs Anywhere, Farther Away, Missing.
I wish "Breathe no more" was on "Fallen" album.
Umm...guys? Am I 'the only one' who -not thinks, but knows- that Amy Lee's voice is TERRIFIC and you could hear it much clearer on a 'live'album? Guys...nothing is better than listening to her voice on the stage rather than the studio.
It is an amazing debut album. Dark, sad and beautiful. But it also has wise lyrics. We can see there the beginning of the legend rock band. And "So close" left a mark on my heart. This song will always be "so close" to me.
This is not an album
Bring me to life not an album
this is just a song
who put this here
Influenced by classics!
Mystic and magical. My favorite.