It's more likely that Lee's ability to precisely strike every note to create a cohesion between hard and soft, heavy and light, left most fans content to just listen to the startling harmony. With LeCompt handling the backing vocals that were recorded with 12 Stones' Paul McCoy for the album, the crowd morphed into a surging, unified mass to chant "Wake me up inside! In response to a flat joke the radio DJ, who served as the evening's emcee, made about pleasuring himself to a mental image of Lee, the singer later said, "While every single one of us onstage is really, really hot, that's not the point of the music. Regardless of Lee's outward appearance, Evanescence delivered music that was complex, impassioned, uplifting and just the slightest bit intimidating. The audience members, who seemed an even blend of male and female fans, were willing victims to the siren's charms. The grating guitars, battering beats and snaky melodies were buoyed by Lee's soaring voice, which reached operatic highs on songs such as "Haunted," "Taking Over Me" and "My Last Breath" from the band's debut album, Fallen. Click for photos of the show.
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