Discografia Evanescence

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Evanescence is the third album by Scorn, originally released in 1994 on Earache Records. It was remastered along with its remix album and released as a two disc set in 2009. Evanescence is often associated with industrial and experimental music. Nic Bullen left Scorn in 1995 and the band continued on as an essentially solo project for Mick Harris. This is a complete list of songs released or performed by Evanescence, including albums, EPs and covers for other artists. Albums Edit Pre-Fallen Edit Origin (2000) Edit. Released: November 4, 2000 'Origin'. 'Whisper'. 'Imaginary'. 'My Immortal'. 'Where Will You Go'.

Evanescence
Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 23, 1994
RecordedArena Productions, Birmingham
GenreIllbient, dub, industrial, trip hop
Length63:16
LabelEaracheMOSH 113
ProducerScorn
Scorn chronology
Colossus
(1993)
Evanescence
(1994)
Ellipsis
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic[1]
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Evanescence is the third album by Scorn, originally released in 1994 on Earache Records. It was remastered along with its remix album and released as a two disc set in 2009. Evanescence is often associated with industrial and experimental music. Nic Bullen left Scorn in 1995 and the band continued on as an essentially solo project for Mick Harris.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLength
1.'Silver Rain Fell'7:36
2.'Light Trap'6:11
3.'Falling'4:59
4.'Automata'6:17
5.'Days Passed'4:33
6.'Dreamspace'7:40
7.'Exodus'7:17
8.'Night Tide'6:07
9.'The End'8:01
10.'Slumber'4:35

Accolades[edit]

Discografia
YearPublicationCountryAccoladeRank
1994The WireUnited Kingdom'Albums of the Year'39[3]
1998Alternative PressUnited States'The 90 Greatest Albums of the '90s'82[4]
2000TerrorizerUnited Kingdom'The 100 Most Important Albums of the 90s'*[5]
'*' denotes an unordered list.

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Personnel[edit]

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Scorn
  • Nic Bullen – bass, sampler, percussion, voice, guitar
  • Mick Harris – drums, drum programming, sampler, percussion,
Additional musicians and production
  • James Plotkin – guitar
  • Scorn – production
  • Tom Smyth – engineering
  • Jon Wakelin – engineering

References[edit]

  1. ^Cooper, Sean. 'allmusic ((( Evanescence > Review )))'. Allmusic. Retrieved January 10, 2010.
  2. ^Colin Larkin, ed. (1995). The Guinness Who’s Who of Heavy Metal (Second ed.). Guinness Publishing. pp. 315/6. ISBN0-85112-656-1.
  3. ^'The Wire - Albums of the Year'. The Wire. Archived from the original on January 5, 2010. Retrieved 2010-01-12.
  4. ^'Alternative Press - The 90 Greatest Albums of the '90s'. Alternative Press. Retrieved 2010-01-12.
  5. ^'Terrorizer - 100 Most Important Albums of the Nineties'. Terrorizer. Retrieved 2010-01-12.


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