Anywhere to Face Refunds



The buyers of Evanescence's "Anywhere But Home" can get refunds according to a judge

After the complaints of Evanescence's "Anywhere But Home" of not carrying a parental warning sticker, a Washington County Circuit Court judge released a statement that every person can receive refunds for the album. The refunds will be given if people who purchased it can show the proof that they bought the album in a Maryland Wal-Mart outlet before January 1, 2005.

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