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Creed

  • Creed was an American post-grunge band from Tallahassee, Florida that became popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
  • From Tallahassee, Florida. They played a lot of gigs around Florida State University when they were starting out.
  • The first band to have 4 #1 singles from their first album. My Own Prison contained the hits "My Own Prison," "What's This Life For?," "Torn," and "One."
  • In June 2004, Creed officially announced their break-up. Stapp began recording his debut solo album, The Great Divide with Roadrunner Records recording artist Goneblind. The other band members (including former bassist Brian Marshall) formed a new band, Alter Bridge, with Myles Kennedy.
  • Despite the band's continual dismissals of the label, Creed is sometimes labeled a Christian rock band due to the fact that all three albums focus on questions of faith, Christianity, and eternity.
  • Creed was sued in 2003 by four concert goers who claimed Scott Stapp "was so intoxicated and/or medicated that he was unable to sing the lyrics of a single Creed song" at a December 29, 2002 concert in Chicago. The lawsuit was later dismissed, and the concert goers who filed the suit were mocked in a Daily Show segment conducted by Rob Corddry.
  • In addition, Creed was named "Worst Band of the Year" in 2004 by prominent music magazine, Guitar World.

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Adult Hits

Rain
With Arms Wide Open

Alternative

Higher
My Own Prison
My Sacrifice
One Last Breath
One
Overcome

Members of this Group


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