Anywhere but Home
|Anywhere But Home|
|Live album by Evanescence|
|Released||November 22, 2004|
|Recorded||May 25, 2004 (Le Zénith, Paris, France)|
|Producer||James O'Brien, Amy Lee, Dave Fortman (track 14)|
|Singles from Anywhere but Home|
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Anywhere But Home is the name of the official Evanescence live CD/DVD set released worldwide on November 22, 2004, and in the US on November 23, 2004. The CD features Evanescence's show at the Zenith in Paris, France on May 25, 2004, and bonus B-side track Missing. It also features a cover of Korn's song Thoughtless. The DVD features a video version of the show, one hour of backstage footage (transcript) (original EvBoard thread), and all four music videos from Fallen.
|Evanescence fans will have something to celebrate on Nov. 23, when Wind-Up unveils the CD/DVD Anywhere but Home. The release chronicles a May 25 show at Paris' Le Zenith, with the DVD portion directed by Hamish Hamilton (Madonna, U2). Audio versions of the live tracks are featured on the accompanying CD, as is the previously unreleased studio recording of Missing.
Anywhere But Home blends such hits as Bring Me to Life, My Immortal and Going Under with lesser-known tracks such as My Last Breath and Imaginary from Evanescence's smash 2003 debut, Fallen, plus a cover of Korn's Thoughtless.
The DVD portion is loaded with extra content, including videos for My Immortal, Going Under, Bring Me To Life and Everybody's Fool, an hour's worth of behind-the-scenes footage and surprises hidden within the navigation menus.
The 2003 Billboard Music Awards performance of "Bring Me to Life" in the Boneyard of The Neon Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada, is included as an easter egg. To view the hidden video: Insert the Anywhere but Home DVD-ROM into your DVD-ROM Drive. Wait for the main menu to appear. As you can see, the main menu is surrounded by two huge thorns. Scan over the left one with your mouse, and an orange Evanescence "E" symbol should appear. Click on it to view the easter egg video.
In December 2004, Trevin and Melanie Skeens of Maryland, who had bought the album for their thirteen-year-old daughter, filed a class action lawsuit against Wal-Mart after hearing the word "fuck" sung during the song Thoughtless, a cover of a Korn song. The lawsuit claimed that while the album contained this explicit word, there was no Parental Advisory sticker on the package. It also claimed that this album violated Wal-Mart's policy of not stocking music with explicit lyrics, and that the company had to be aware of the problem because the word was dubbed out of a free sample on the Walmart.com website. The lawsuit was resolved by court order of a deal which would allow those people who bought the album at a Maryland Wal-Mart location to receive a refund. Some copies have the Parental Advisory notice, yet other copies are still sold without it now.
CD track listing
|1.||"Haunted" (Live)||A. Lee, B. Moody, D. Hodges||4:04|
|2.||"Going Under" (Live)||A. Lee, B. Moody, D. Hodges||3:57|
|3.||"Taking Over Me" (Live)||A. Lee, B. Moody, D. Hodges, J. LeCompt||3:57|
|4.||"Everybody's Fool" (Live)||A. Lee, B. Moody, D. Hodges||3:40|
|5.||"Thoughtless (Korn cover)" (Live)||R. Arvizu, J. Davis, J. Shaffer, D. Silveria, B. Welch||4:37|
|6.||"My Last Breath" (Live)||A. Lee, B. Moody, D. Hodges||3:53|
|7.||"Farther Away" (Live)||A. Lee, B. Moody, D. Hodges||5:02|
|8.||"Breathe No More" (Live)||A. Lee, B. Moody, D. Hodges||3:33|
|9.||"My Immortal" (Live)||A. Lee, B. Moody, D. Hodges||3:38|
|10.||"Bring Me to Life" (Live)||A. Lee, B. Moody, D. Hodges||4:43|
|11.||"Tourniquet" (Live)||A. Lee, B. Moody, D. Hodges, R. Gray||4:17|
|12.||"Imaginary" (Live)||A. Lee, B. Moody, D. Hodges||5:25|
|13.||"Whisper" (Live)||A. Lee, B. Moody, D. Hodges||5:43|
|14.||"Missing" (Studio version)||A. Lee, B. Moody, D. Hodges||4:16|
DVD track listing
The only single from Anywhere but Home is "Missing", which was released to radio in 2004.
- Amy Lee - Vocals, piano
- William Boyd - Bass
- John LeCompt - Guitar, vocals on "Bring Me to Life"
- Terry Balsamo - Guitar
- Rocky Gray - Drums
Evanescence have uploaded the majority of their Anywhere But Home concert to their official YouTube channel, excluding Thoughtless.
- Going Under
- Taking Over Me
- Everybody's Fool
- My Last Breath
- Farther Away
- Breathe No More
- My Immortal
- Bring Me to Life
- Anywhere but Home releases by country
- Anywhere but Home songbook
- Transcript of behind the scenes footage
Buy/Stream Anywhere But Home
- "CD/DVD Brings Evanescence 'Home'". Billboard. http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/66105/cddvd-brings-evanescence-home. Retrieved September 29, 2013.