So I'm currently procrastinating doing my homework so I figured I'd quickly post this for everyone to ponder/discuss.
I randomly stumbled upon this while looking for some unreleased song titles. I was looking through Evanescence songs on a music repertoire site and I found this...
Is it possible Faixa Five was simply an alternative title for My Immortal all along? If that's the case, where did it come from? The title also shows up with its own entry on the site, deepening the mystery.
COM: 8/28/12. New Medicine, Cavo, Halestorm, Chevelle, Evanescence. COM: 5/07/15. Starset, The Pretty Reckless, Halestorm. 3/01/16: Silver Sankes, The I Mighty, Glassjaw, Coheed & Cambria. Synthesis Live: 10/30/17 Story of the Year, Taking Back Sunday, Coheed & Cambria: 07/22/2018
Little is known about this song. It is unreleased and, to date, unheard. Writing credits have been given to Amy Lee, Ben Moody and David Hodges for the song, as recorded by BMI Publishing. However, the song is also accredited to another band on the listing page ("Forró Na Veia"), who formed in 2003, and who share a record label and publisher.
As no songs were written in late 2003 (which is also around the time Moody and Hodges left Evanescence), it is very likely that this song is wrongly credited to the three band members.
The title means "Track 5" in Portuguese. Forró is a genre of music originating from Brazil.
It's very likely that Faixa 5 isn't an unreleased Evanescence song, but just a Forró na Veia cover...
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