Paul McCoy of 12 Stones - OffBeat Magazine
Oct 30, Evanescence's Amy Lee 'So Glad' to Release Rap-Less Version of The original's rap was performed by vocalist Paul McCoy of the rock band. "Bring Me to Life" is a song by American rock band Evanescence recorded for their debut studio It also features uncredited guest vocals from Paul McCoy of the band 12 Stones. . the top 10 of more than 15 countries, and within the top 20 of several other countries, making it the band's most successful single to date. Directed by Philipp Stölzl. With Evanescence, David Hodges, Amy Lee, Paul McCoy. As the chorus begins, the band and Paul McCoy are performing in another room as Lee awakens and makes her way to the window. Release Date.
When Evanescence unleashed Fallen inthey inspired a generation. But for Amy Lee, it was the start of a decade-long struggle to control her own destiny Shares Amy Lee is in a playful mood.
Over 22 years, Evanescence have continued to defy expectation. When she gets serious is when talking about her music, explaining the need for her latest break: I need to go be Amy. But though their enormous mainstream success in might seem like a fairytale, with Fallen selling more than 17million copies worldwide, what Amy remembers from that first album cycle is a whirlwind of uncertainty, about their music and about herself.
I had to fight for everything I wanted and got treated like a child.
The first pressing of the Australian single contained the track "Missing" as a B-side,  but this was omitted from later pressings and later released as a bonus track on the band's first live album, Anywhere but Home. Several other versions of the track have been released, such as remixes, acoustic and altered versions. Recording and composition[ edit ] Critics noted that "Bring Me to Life" had a sound similar to songs by American rock band Linkin Park.
You need a guy to come in and sing back-up for it to be successful.
It is written in the key of E minor and Lee's vocal range for the song runs from the low note of A3 to the high note of D5. Petersburg Times ' Brian Orloff called the song a "boffo hit" in which Lee sang the lines "'Call my name and save me from the dark' over surging guitars. Then one day something happens that wakes [you] up and makes [you] realize that there's more to life than just feeling nothing, feeling numb. It's as if [you've] never felt before and just realized there's this whole world of emotion or meaning that [you've] never seen before.
It's just like, 'Wow, I've been asleep all this time.
Evanescence Feat. Paul McCoy: Bring Me to Life (Video ) - IMDb
Fischer from MTV News called the song a " It was certified Platinum in for selling more than one million copies in the United States. The song initially peaked within the Christian rock charts as well, because its lyrics were interpreted as a call for new life in Jesus Christ by several listeners. We also collect information about your interactions with our email messages, such as whether the messages were opened and the links clicked in those emails.
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Paul McCoy of 12 Stones
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