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The [[Lithium]] was released on January 9, 2007.
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The [[Lithium]] single was commercially released on January 9, 2007.
  
  
 
== UK CD One ==
 
== UK CD One ==
'''Status: Not Yet Released'''<BR>
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'''Status: In Print'''<BR>
 
'''Label: Wind-Up / Sony/BMG'''
 
'''Label: Wind-Up / Sony/BMG'''
  
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== 7" Vinyl Picture Disc ==
 
== 7" Vinyl Picture Disc ==
[[Image:lithiumvinyltemp.jpg|thumb|150px|right|Lithium Vinyl Picture Disc]]
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[[Image:lithiumvinyltemp.jpg|thumb|150px|right|7" Vinyl Picture Disc]]
'''Status: Not Yet Released'''<BR>
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'''Status: In Print'''<BR>
 
'''Label: Wind-Up / Sony/BMG'''
 
'''Label: Wind-Up / Sony/BMG'''
  
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# Lithium [Album Version]
 
# Lithium [Album Version]
 
# [[The Last Song I'm Wasting On You]]
 
# [[The Last Song I'm Wasting On You]]
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*This is the 2nd vinyl release by Evanescence.
  
*This is the 2nd vinyl release by Evanescence.
 
  
 
== UK CD Two / International Maxi CD Single ==
 
== UK CD Two / International Maxi CD Single ==
'''Status: Not Yet Released'''<BR>
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'''Status: In Print'''<BR>
 
'''Label: Wind-Up / Sony/BMG'''
 
'''Label: Wind-Up / Sony/BMG'''
 
# Lithium
 
# Lithium
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A rare radio promo sent out to radio stations. The black screened CD featuring the [[Fonts and Logos#The Evanescence Logo|Evanescence Logo]] and the track information comes in a plain jewel case with an insert card in the tray. The radio promos are becoming increasingly difficult to come by because many radio stations are switching to an electronic distribution format, thus eliminating the need for such items.
 
A rare radio promo sent out to radio stations. The black screened CD featuring the [[Fonts and Logos#The Evanescence Logo|Evanescence Logo]] and the track information comes in a plain jewel case with an insert card in the tray. The radio promos are becoming increasingly difficult to come by because many radio stations are switching to an electronic distribution format, thus eliminating the need for such items.
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<gallery>
 
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Image:lithiumradio1.jpg|Tray Insert with Track Info
 
Image:lithiumradio1.jpg|Tray Insert with Track Info
 
Image:lithiumradio2.jpg|Disc
 
Image:lithiumradio2.jpg|Disc
 
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==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Revision as of 21:53, 10 January 2007

The Lithium single was commercially released on January 9, 2007.


UK CD One

Status: In Print
Label: Wind-Up / Sony/BMG

UK CD1 features a photo of the band on the cover and a tracklisting on the back.

  1. Lithium [Album Version]
  2. The Last Song I'm Wasting On You



7" Vinyl Picture Disc

7" Vinyl Picture Disc

Status: In Print
Label: Wind-Up / Sony/BMG

The heavyweight vinyl picture disc comes in a stickered clear vinyl sleeve. Limited edition pressing of 2000 copies.

  1. Lithium [Album Version]
  2. The Last Song I'm Wasting On You
  • This is the 2nd vinyl release by Evanescence.


UK CD Two / International Maxi CD Single

Status: In Print
Label: Wind-Up / Sony/BMG

  1. Lithium
  2. The Last Song I'm Wasting On You
  3. All That I'm Living For [acoustic version] (with David Eggar on cello)
  4. Lithium (enhanced acoustic video)



Industry Promotional Releases

Various promo discs were produced and never intended for public sale.

File:Lithiumpromo.jpg
Lithium Press Kit

Lithium Press Kit

Status: Out of Print
Label: Wind-Up/Colombia

The press kit featured a CD of the title track and a DVD with the video in plain white cardsleeves. It also featured a one-page press release. More often, only the CD portion was released with the press release.


Radio Promo

Status: Out of Print
Label: Wind-Up

A rare radio promo sent out to radio stations. The black screened CD featuring the Evanescence Logo and the track information comes in a plain jewel case with an insert card in the tray. The radio promos are becoming increasingly difficult to come by because many radio stations are switching to an electronic distribution format, thus eliminating the need for such items.



See Also