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This is a comprehensive list of different international releases of Evanescence's self titled album. For the album's info page, see Evanescence (album).


Consumer Releases

USA Standard Release

Status: In Print
Label: Wind-Up
Cat.no: 60150-13166-2


USA Deluxe Release

Status: In Print
Label: Wind-Up
Cat.no: 60150-13299-2


USA The Ultimate Collection

Status: In Print
Cat.no: 66699938537 7
Label: Bicycle Music Company

The Ultimate Collection (6-LP Set) is a career-spanning vinyl box set encompassing the Evanescence studio albums and for the first time ever, the commercial debut for the previously unreleased demo album Origin. The Lost Whispers album officially compiles the band's legendary bonus tracks and features the vinyl exclusive studio version of the long sought-after tour intro 'Lost Whispers' and the first new Evanescence studio recording in years, 'Even In Death (2016)'. The box set details includes a glow in the dark slipcase with a die-cut of the classic Evanescence 'e' logo. A 52 page casebound book featuring never before seen photos, handwritten lyrics and art. All albums are on 180-gram black heavyweight vinyl and includes Origin - 1LP, Fallen - 1LP, The Open Door - 2LP, Evanescence - 1LP and Lost Whispers - 1LP.


Argentina Standard Release

Status: In Print
Label: Wind-Up/EMI
Cat.no: 50999 678879 27

Brazil Standard Release

Status: In Print
Label: Wind-Up/EMI
Cat.no: 50999 678879 27

Brazil Deluxe Release

Status: In Print
Label: Wind-Up/EMI
Cat.no: 50999 678880 23

Bulgarian Standard Release

Status: In Print
Label: Wind-Up/EMI
Cat.no: 5099994100020

China Deluxe Release

Status: In Print
Label: Wind-Up/EMI
Cat.no: 5099967888023

Note that this release has an odd green tint to the album cover, instead of the usual clear and shiny appearance. Also, like most Chinese releases, it comes with little advertisements and cards.

Japan Standard Release

Status: In Print
Label: Wind-Up/EMI
Cat.no: TOCP 71195

Japan Deluxe Release

Status: In Print
Label: Wind-Up/EMI
Cat.no: TOCP 71196

This release was made of a really glossy cardboard, which causes the scans to turn out dark, but in reality the cover is very shiny and sparkles.

Japan "Great Music 1500" Standard Re-Release

Status: In Print
Label: Wind-Up/EMI
Cat.no: TOCP 60064

Only 1500 copies were made, part of a "Limited Edition Great Music" release in Japan. Only the standard version of the album was released.

Korean Standard Release

Status: In Print
Label: Wind-Up/EMI
Cat.no: EKPD-1591

This release came with a unique promotional booklet inside the case.

Mexico Standard Release

Status: In Print
Label: Wind-Up/EMI
Cat.no: 50999 678879 2 7

Taiwan Deluxe Release

Status: In Print
Label: Wind-Up/EMI
Cat.no: 5099967888023

This release has only a few small differences from the Chinese release. The back of the OBI is different and the extra booklet is in black and white instead of color. The catalog number remains the same.

Taiwan Re-issue Release

Status: In Print
Label: Sony Music Taiwan
Cat.no: 013166-2

Promotional Releases

A promotional recording, or promo, is a recording issued on Vinyl, 8-track, Cassette, CD, MP3, VHS, DVD, or Blu-ray and distributed free in order to promote a commercial recording. Promos are usually sent out to music radio and television stations, music journalists and reviewers, in advance of the official release date so that their reviews will appear in the current publications, and DJs. They are often distributed in plain white packaging, without the text or artwork that appears on the commercial version. Promos are distributed to expose a new product or release to those who are in a position to market it and entice the general public to purchase it. Because promos are produced in smaller quantity than releases made available to the general public, they are considered valuable collector's items. Contrary to popular belief, it is not illegal to sell promotional recordings, despite the recording industry's insistence that promos may not be sold, given away or even discarded.[1]

Japanese EMI Rock Sampler

Status: Out of Print
Label: Wind-Up/EMI
Cat.no: none

Official 2011 Japanese EMI label 5-track promotional only CD-R acetate, includes the song 'What You Want', plus material from The Kooks, Icon For Hire, James Durbin and Jane's Addiction.

Notes and References

  1. The federal district court ruling in UMG v. Augusto affirms that ownership is transferred to the recipient under the First Sale Doctrine, regardless of any "not for resale" labels. (UMG Recordings, Inc. v. Augusto, No. CV 07-03106, slip op. (C.D. Cal. June 10, 2008)

Credits

Some of the images in this page belong to:

  • Victor Cavalcante (scans of his own collection, used under permission);
  • Amanda DeMarzi (scans of her own collection, used under permission);
  • Joanna (Lycrymosa) @ http://evanescencenz.wix.com/collections (scans of her own collection, used under permission);