Fallen (Evanescence album)

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Fallen is the debut studio album by American rock band Evanescence, released on March 4, 2003, by Wind-up and Epic Records. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_0

After releasing several EPs and a demo CD, the group signed to Wind-up in January 2001. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_1

Writing songs for Fallen started near the time of the band's formation; several of the songs that would feature on the album appeared on the band's earlier releases. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_2

Fallen was recorded between August and December 2002 in several locations, including Conway Recording Studios in Hollywood, California. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_3

This was followed by a two-week period of mixing at Conway Recording Studios in North Hollywood. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_4

It is Evanescence's only album to feature guitarist Ben Moody, who left the band later in 2003. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_5

Fallen is the band's most commercially successful album to date, selling over 8 million copies in the United States and over 17 million copies worldwide, making it one of the best-selling albums of the 21st century. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_6

It debuted at number seven on the Billboard 200 with 141,000 copies sold in its first week, peaking at number three in June 2003. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_7

The album topped the charts in more than ten countries, and has been certified seven-times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_8

Fallen received generally positive reviews from music critics. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_9

Fallen yielded four singles: "Bring Me to Life", "My Immortal", "Going Under", and "Everybody's Fool". Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_10

"Bring Me to Life" and "My Immortal" charted in over ten countries, including Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_11

The album earned Evanescence five nominations at the 46th Grammy Awards: Album of the Year, Best Rock Album, Best Rock Song, Best Hard Rock Performance, and Best New Artist. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_12

The band won in the latter two categories. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_13

At the following year's ceremony, the album garnered an additional nomination for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals for "My Immortal". Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_14

To further promote the album, Evanescence embarked on their first headlining concert tour, the Fallen Tour, in 2004. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_15

A live album from this concert was released the same year, titled Anywhere but Home. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_16

Background and recording Fallen (Evanescence album)_section_0

After Evanescence was formed by Amy Lee and Ben Moody in 1995, the band released three EPs and one demo CD. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_17

In January 2001 they signed with Wind-up Records, their first major label. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_18

Composing Fallen took eight years; in an MTV interview, Ben Moody said that he wrote with Lee "maybe two or three times in eight years". Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_19

The album was recorded in California at Track Record Studios, NRG Recording Studios, Ocean Studios, and Conway Recording Studios. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_20

Songs were recorded as demos before the recording sessions, and "My Immortal", "Imaginary", and "Whisper" appeared on earlier Evanescence recordings. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_21

The album was recorded and mixed from late August to early December 2002. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_22

Recording began at Ocean Studios in Burbank, where "Bring Me to Life" was recorded. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_23

This recording was later used for the Daredevil soundtrack. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_24

For that song, Jay Baumgardner used a mix at his studio (NRG Recording Studios in North Hollywood) on an SSL 9000 J. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_25

Drum tracks were recorded at Ocean Studios, with Josh Freese playing on selected songs to click tracks of stereo guitars and vocals. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_26

Dave Fortman said that for the rest of the drums, he used a D112 on the inside of the kick drum, a U47 on the outside, and an NS-10 speaker as an outside mic. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_27

The producer used 414 microphones on the ride and hi-hat cymbals, recording the drums on two-inch tape on a Studer recorder and inputting the results into Pro Tools. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_28

The guitars (Gibson Les Paul, Gibson SG, Mesa Boogie, Marshall Amplification) for the album were cut at Mad Dog Studios in Burbank with an old Mesa Boogie guitar cabinet. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_29

Lee's vocals, pianos and the background vocal by the Millennium Choir were recorded at NRG Recording Studios. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_30

The orchestral parts were arranged by David Hodges and David Campbell except for "My Immortal", which was arranged by composer Graeme Revell. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_31

Fallen was mixed over a two-week period at Conway Recording Studios in North Hollywood and mastered by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound in New York City. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_32

Song information Fallen (Evanescence album)_section_1

According to Amy Lee, "Going Under" is about a previous emotionally and physically damaging relationship: "And when you're at the end of your rope, when you're at the point where you realize something has to change, that you can't go on living in the situation that you're in. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_33

It's cool. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_34

It's a very strong song." Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_35

"Going Under" was Fallen's second single. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_36

"Bring Me to Life" is a nu metal-rap rock song written in common time and performed at a moderate tempo (96 beats per minute). Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_37

Written by Lee, Ben Moody, and David Hodges, the song was conceived when an acquaintance asked Lee in a restaurant if she was happy in her current relationship. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_38

When Lee realized that she was not, the lyrics "wake me up inside" were inspired. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_39

The singer confirmed that the song was about longtime friend Josh Hartzler, whom she married in 2007. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_40

"Everybody's Fool", also by Lee, Moody, and Hodges, is about celebrities with false images. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_41

In a VH1 interview, Lee said: "My little sister was really getting into these, I don't want to offend anyone, but like really fake, cheesy, slutty female cracker-box idols, and it really pissed me off. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_42

She started dressing like them and she was like 8 years old. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_43

So I gave her the talk and I wrote a song." Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_44

"My Immortal", a piano rock ballad written by Moody with a bridge by Lee, is based on a short story Moody wrote; in the album booklet he dedicates the song to his grandfather, Bill Holcomb. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_45

"Haunted" is also based on a Moody short story which was posted on the Evanescence fan forum, EvBoard.com. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_46

"Tourniquet" was originally written for Christian metal band Soul Embraced, which included future Evanescence member Rocky Gray. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_47

"Imaginary", a song from Evanescence's 1998 self-titled EP, was originally intended as Fallen's fourth single. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_48

The midtempo "Taking Over Me"'s lyrics are about Lee being consumed by another person's obsession with her. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_49

"Hello" remembers one of Lee's sisters, who died of an illness in 1987 at age three. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_50

The lyrics of "My Last Breath" explore emotional survival, with the lack of air a metaphor. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_51

"Whisper" features the Millennium Choir singing in Latin against muted guitars, but the choir is credited in the booklet by each individual vocalist rather than by the choir's official name. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_52

Critical reception Fallen (Evanescence album)_section_2

Fallen (Evanescence album)_table_general_0

Professional ratingsFallen (Evanescence album)_table_caption_0
Review scoresFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_0_0_0
SourceFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_0_1_0 RatingFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_0_1_1
AllMusicFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_2_0 Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_2_1
The Austin ChronicleFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_3_0 Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_3_1
BillboardFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_4_0 Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_4_1
BlenderFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_5_0 Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_5_1
Entertainment WeeklyFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_6_0 B−Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_6_1
PopMattersFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_7_0 (negative)Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_7_1
Rolling StoneFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_8_0 Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_8_1
SpinFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_9_0 Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_9_1
The Village VoiceFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_10_0 B–Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_0_10_1

Fallen received generally positive reviews from music critics. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_53

Johnny Loftus of AllMusic wrote that the album “does include flashes of the single's PG-rated nu-metal ("Everybody's Fool," "Going Under"). Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_54

But it's the symphonic goth rock of groups like Type O Negative that influences most of Fallen." Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_55

Entertainment Weekly, graded the album B-minus: "The genre now too old to be called nü-metal isn't exactly overflowing with spine-tinglingly great vocalists – let alone female ones. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_56

Amy Lee, lead singer of gloomy Arkansas rockers Evanescence, is an exception." Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_57

Kirk Miller of Rolling Stone said that "when vocalist Amy Lee croons about lying 'in my field of paper flowers' or 'pouring crimson regret,' she gives Fallen a creepy spiritual tinge that the new-metal boys lack." Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_58

Billboard's Christa Titus called the album a "highly polished, hook-filled affair." Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_59

Melissa Maerz of Spin gave it four out of five stars: "Nu metal gets a powdering of Andrew Lloyd Webber theatrics as Lee aces her piano A-levels, adds a string section, and tackles capital letter issues – God ('Tourniquet'), Love ('Going Under'), and Death ('Bring Me To Life') – with the grandeur they deserve." Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_60

Adrien Begrand of PopMatters opined that the album "has a small handful of transcendent moments, but a complete lack of musical adventurousness has the band mucking around either in stultifying nu-metal riffage, pretentious high school journal caterwauling, or even worse, both." Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_61

Begrand praised Lee's "soaring, enchanting, angelic" voice, writing that "Evanescence would be nothing" without her. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_62

Christopher Gray of the Austin Chronicle found the album to be "a little too by the numbers to fully capitalize on Lee's obvious talents." Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_63

According to Village Voice critic Robert Christgau, "Their faith, as embodied in Amy Lee's clarion sopralto sic, lends their goth-metal a palpable sweetness". Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_64

He jokingly concluded, "Now if only it wasn't goth-metal at all." Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_65

In 2017, Rolling Stone ranked Fallen number 99 on their list of "The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time", calling it an "unlikely classic" with "a horror-movie-level ambience that was as chilling as it was campy". Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_66

Commercial performance Fallen (Evanescence album)_section_3

Fallen was a commercial success, selling more than 17 million copies worldwide since its 2003 release. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_67

The album debuted at number seven on the Billboard 200, with more than 141,000 copies sold in its first week, and it has sold more than 8 million copies in the United States to date. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_68

Fallen was the eighth-bestselling album of 2004 and the nineteenth-bestselling album of the 2000s. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_69

By October 2011 the album had spent 106 weeks on the Billboard 200, with 58 of those weeks in the top 20. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_70

Peaking at number three on June 14, 2003, it re-entered the chart at number 192 on March 13, 2010. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_71

Fallen spent 223 weeks on the Top Pop Catalog Albums chart after it fell off the Billboard 200. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_72

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) certified the album platinum in April 2003; by June 2008, it had reached seven times platinum. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_73

On the UK Albums Chart, Fallen debuted at number 18 with sales of 15,589 copies. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_74

The album reached number one (with 38,570 copies sold) seven weeks later, after "Bring Me to Life" topped the UK Singles Chart. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_75

It sold 56,193 copies in December 2003, its highest week of sales (although it was number 28 on the chart that week). Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_76

Fallen spent 33 weeks in the top 20 and 60 weeks in the top 75. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_77

The album re-entered the UK chart at number 35 the week after the release of Evanescence's second studio album, The Open Door. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_78

It was successful elsewhere as well, topping the charts in more than ten countries and reaching the top ten in over twenty countries worldwide. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_79

According to Nielsen SoundScan figures, after more than three months in the top 10 of the Canadian Albums Chart Fallen peaked at number one on August 13, 2003 with sales of 8,900 copies. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_80

Christian controversy Fallen (Evanescence album)_section_4

Although Evanescence was originally promoted in Christian stores, the band later made it clear that they did not want to be associated with Christian rock. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_81

In April 2003, Wind-up Records chairman Alan Meltzer sent a letter to Christian radio and retail outlets explaining that despite the "spiritual underpinning that ignited interest and excitement in the Christian religious community", Evanescence were "a secular band, and as such view their music as entertainment." Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_82

Meltzer also wrote that even the label "strongly feels that [Evanescence] no longer belong in Christian markets." Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_83

Soon after receiving the letter, many Christian radio stations pulled Fallen songs from their playlists. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_84

Terry Hemmings, CEO of the Christian music distributor Provident, was puzzled by the band's about-face: "They clearly understood the album would be sold in these [Christian music] channels." Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_85

In 2006, Lee told Billboard that she had opposed Evanescence being identified as a "Christian band" from the beginning; Moody had supported it, whereas she had not. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_86

In 2011, Lee told the San Antonio Current: "I am a Christian, and I'm proud of being a Christian, but [Evanescence] has never been a 'Christian band.'" Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_87

Track listing Fallen (Evanescence album)_section_5

All tracks are written by Ben Moody, Amy Lee, and David Hodges, except where noted. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_88

Personnel Fallen (Evanescence album)_section_6

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Fallen. Fallen (Evanescence album)_sentence_89

Evanescence Fallen (Evanescence album)_section_7

Fallen (Evanescence album)_unordered_list_0

  • Amy Lee – vocals, choral arrangementsFallen (Evanescence album)_item_0_0
  • Ben Moody – guitars, tribal percussion, programmingFallen (Evanescence album)_item_0_1
  • David Hodges – piano, keyboards, additional programming (all tracks); string arrangements (tracks 1–3, 5–11)Fallen (Evanescence album)_item_0_2

Additional musicians Fallen (Evanescence album)_section_8

Technical Fallen (Evanescence album)_section_9

Artwork Fallen (Evanescence album)_section_10

Fallen (Evanescence album)_unordered_list_1

  • Ed Sherman – art directionFallen (Evanescence album)_item_1_3
  • Frank Veronsky – photographyFallen (Evanescence album)_item_1_4

Charts Fallen (Evanescence album)_section_11

Certifications Fallen (Evanescence album)_section_12

Fallen (Evanescence album)_table_general_1

RegionFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_0_0 CertificationFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_0_1 Certified units/salesFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_0_2
Argentina (CAPIF)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_1_0 PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_1_1 40,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_1_2
Australia (ARIA)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_2_0 6× PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_2_1 420,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_2_2
Austria (IFPI Austria)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_3_0 PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_3_1 30,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_3_2
Belgium (BEA)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_4_0 PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_4_1 50,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_4_2
Brazil (Pro-Música Brasil)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_5_0 2× PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_5_1 250,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_5_2
Canada (Music Canada)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_6_0 7× PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_6_1 700,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_6_2
Denmark (IFPI Denmark)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_7_0 PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_7_1 20,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_7_2
Finland (Musiikkituottajat)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_8_0 PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_8_1 56,679Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_8_2
France (SNEP)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_9_0 2× PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_9_1 600,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_9_2
Germany (BVMI)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_10_0 5× GoldFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_10_1 500,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_10_2
Greece (IFPI Greece)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_11_0 2× PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_11_1 40,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_11_2
Hungary (MAHASZ)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_12_0 PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_12_1 20,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_12_2
Italy (FIMI)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_13_0 GoldFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_13_1 50,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_13_2
Japan (RIAJ)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_14_0 PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_14_1 250,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_14_2
Mexico (AMPROFON)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_15_0 Platinum+GoldFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_15_1 225,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_15_2
Netherlands (NVPI)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_16_0 PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_16_1 80,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_16_2
New Zealand (RMNZ)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_17_0 5× PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_17_1 75,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_17_2
Norway (IFPI Norway)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_18_0 PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_18_1 40,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_18_2
Poland (ZPAV)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_19_0 GoldFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_19_1 35,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_19_2
Portugal (AFP)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_20_0 2× PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_20_1 80,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_20_2
Russia (NFPF)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_21_0 PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_21_1 20,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_21_2
Spain (PROMUSICAE)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_22_0 PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_22_1 100,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_22_2
Sweden (GLF)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_23_0 PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_23_1 60,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_23_2
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_24_0 2× PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_24_1 80,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_24_2
United Kingdom (BPI)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_25_0 4× PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_25_1 1,348,108Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_25_2
United States (RIAA)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_26_0 7× PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_26_1 8,000,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_26_2
SummariesFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_27_0
Europe (IFPI)Fallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_28_0 3× PlatinumFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_28_1 3,000,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_28_2
WorldwideFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_1_29_0 Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_29_1 17,000,000Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_29_2
sales figures based on certification alone

shipments figures based on certification aloneFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_1_30_0

Release history Fallen (Evanescence album)_section_13

Fallen (Evanescence album)_table_general_2

RegionFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_0_0 DateFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_0_1 FormatFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_0_2 LabelFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_0_3 CatalogFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_0_4
United StatesFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_1_0 March 4, 2003Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_1_1 Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_1_2 Wind-upFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_1_3 60150-13063-2Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_1_4
CanadaFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_2_0 April 1, 2003Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_2_1 Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_2_2 EK 91746Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_2_3
AustriaFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_3_0 April 28, 2003Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_3_1 WIN 510879 2Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_3_2
GermanyFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_4_0
United KingdomFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_5_0 WIN 687043 2Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_5_1
AustraliaFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_6_0 May 19, 2003Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_6_1 510879200Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_6_2
FranceFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_7_0 May 20, 2003Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_7_1 WIN 510879 2Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_7_2
JapanFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_8_0 July 7, 2003Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_8_1 SonyFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_8_2 EICP-253Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_8_3
September 9, 2003Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_9_0 Limited edition CD+DVDFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_9_1 EICP-242Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_9_2
AustriaFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_10_0 January 26, 2004Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_10_1 CD reissueFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_10_2 Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_10_3 WIN 510879 9Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_10_4
GermanyFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_11_0
FranceFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_12_0 February 4, 2004Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_12_1
United KingdomFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_13_0 February 23, 2004Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_13_1
AustriaFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_14_0 September 25, 2009Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_14_1 Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_14_2 WIN 687043 2Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_14_3
GermanyFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_15_0
United KingdomFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_16_0 September 28, 2009Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_16_1
FranceFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_17_0 October 5, 2009Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_17_1
JapanFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_18_0 October 12, 2011Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_18_1 Limited edition CD reissueFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_18_2 EMIFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_18_3 TOCP-54276Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_18_4
United StatesFallen (Evanescence album)_header_cell_2_19_0 May 21, 2013Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_19_1 Remastered LP (black and purple)Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_19_2 Wind-upFallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_19_3 60150-13359-1Fallen (Evanescence album)_cell_2_19_4

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