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- Broken Base: For many many reasons there Broken Base is huge:
- They had this with the leaving of Ben Moody. Many fans love The Open Door and their Self Titled Album, and think that both are as good as the original while diverging into different sounds. However, there is a large fan base that says Fallen was the best album hands down, and the other two were no where near close because Amy Lee isn't as talented as Ben Moody.
- There is also a section of fans that took great offense to Amy Lee denouncing their Christian Rock undertones stating that "It was Ben's thing, I never viewed the music like that." Many fans who found the Christian tones the driving force were upset that Amy never viewed it that way.
- There is also a Fallen / Evanescence fans who like their rockier more violent flat out rock/metal sound, which is rather sad/downbeat lyrically and The Open Door fans who like the focus on build and more classical elements, with more abstract lyrics and sarcasm.
- Covered Up: Tourniquet is a cover version of My Tourniquet, written and first sang by Soul Embraced, former drummer Rocky Gray's other band.
- Ear Worm: You have to admit that most of their hits are outright catchy.
- Origin has Even In Death, Anywhere and Away From Me.
- Fallen has Going Under, Bring Me To Life, Everybody's Fool, Tourniquet, Imaginary and Taking Over Me
- The Open Door has Sweet Sacrifice, Cloud Nine, Lacrymosa, Like You, The Only One and All That I'm Living For.
- Evanescence has The Change, Made Of Stone, My Heart Is Broken, The Other Side, Erase This and Sick
- Epic Riff: During the bridges of Even In Death, "My Immortal", (the rock version) Going Under, Whisper, Haunted and the chorus of "Tourniquet", which is almost sexy.
- The Other Side which is also sexy.
- Face of the Band: Amy Lee, so extensively that many people think she is the band. Refer to I Am the Band in the Music tab.
- Looks like she's in Ergo Proxy, too.
- Fan Dumb: One example of such an Unpleasable Fanbase, fixes the problems with it being Amy Lee: The Band, being too personal and based upon her life and gets criticism for not being personal enough. It's too abstract, gets negative comments for not working with currant popular music. It's from 8 years ago and therefore is bad because Amy Lee and her team have shown personal growth. Basically, It's too rock, it's too classical, it's too obscure, all the songs sound the same, all the songs sound different, to many metaphors for me to understand, lack of metaphors put me off, usually by the same people.
- Heartwarming Moments: "Secret Door" and "Good Enough" both warm the heart with the love present in the songs. (And the effort)
- Like You is mostly Tear Jerker material but has its two heart warming moments: "You're Not Alone" and "Nothing Real Love Can't Undo".
- Hollywood Pudgy: Amy Lee certainly isn't fat by everyday person standards, but many people seem to refer to her as fat.
- I Am Not Shazam: Evanescence is not the stage name of that woman!
- It's Popular, Now It Sucks: Their limited released, comparatively obscure first album Origin is hailed by some to be their best.
- Les Yay: Amy and the backup dancers in the music video for "Call Me When You're Sober."
- Magnum Opus: Bring Me To Life and My Immortal; the Fallen album as a whole.
- Misattributed Song: Bring Me To Life has nothing to do with Linkin Park.
- Narm: Oceans has its narmy moments.
- Narm Charm, Bring Me To Life is said to be the sound of overblown histrionic angst, but it's done with such bombastic, agonised gusto you have to love it. Go for broke, emo girl!
- Nightmare Fuel: Now has its own page.
- Older Than They Think: Creed did Not Christian Rock earlier than Evanescence, and they weren't even the first.
- Sweet Dreams Fuel: Yes, they do have one of these in the wonderfully sparse and loving "Secret Door".
- Tear Jerker: Now has its own page.
- Wangst: "Weight Of The World" could fall into this at times. They are known for their habit of rarely expressing any emotion other than over the top, melodramatic angst.
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