Outtakes are recordings that are not used in a final version of an album. Collections of this sort of material are often compiled and distributed illegally by fans, and known as a bootlegged recording. Sometimes, artists release collections of outtakes, sometimes grouped with other rarities such as demos and unreleased songs, which was the case for Lost Whispers. One example of outtakes would be the early Lillywhite sessions for Evanescence's third album that were ultimately scrapped by the band's label. Only one song from these sessions was released and three of them were reworked on the self-titled album.

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