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|Subject: ___Creed___ Wed Aug 05, 2009 3:35 pm|| |
Creed is an American post-grunge band from Tallahassee, Florida that became popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The band won a Grammy Award for Best Rock Song for the song "With Arms Wide Open" in 2001. The band disbanded in 2004 after three multi-platinum albums, selling an estimated 35 million records world wide, including 26 million records in the United States alone. Though the three instrumental members of the band, and later Scott Stapp, had insisted that Creed was in their past, rumors began circulating in late 2008 that Creed was planning a reunion, though these were originally dismissed until April 27, 2009. On this date, after months of speculation, Creed's official website announced dates for a United States summer tour and plans to record a new album titled Full Circle.Creed formed after Scott Stapp and Mark Tremonti, friends at Florida State University and high school classmates at Orlando's Lake Highland Preparatory School, decided to form a band, recruiting Brian Marshall and Scott Phillips to complete the quartet in late 1994. The band was originally called Naked Toddler. That was later changed to Creed by Marshall's suggestion. The four members had already written and collaborated three of the songs that would go on to become tracks on their chart-topping debut album My Own Prison. The songs were "One", "Sister" and "What's This Life For".
Creed's debut album, My Own Prison, was independently released in 1997 and only cost them $6,000 to produce, and distributed to Florida radio stations. This drew the attention of several labels that agreed to see the band, only to pass. Rejected, Creed was playing a small gig when Diana Meltzer from Wind-Up Records heard the group. She had heard their independent album, and after hearing them live, signed the band to her label. After a remix to make it more radio friendly, My Own Prison was re-released by Wind-up Records across the country. The album was a surprise success, reaching the Top 40 on the Billboard Top 200, and spinning off several singles ("My Own Prison", "Torn", "What's This Life For", and "One") that topped the rock radio charts. The band's hit song "My Own Prison" was also featured as a live performance on the charity album Live in the X Lounge. The band covered Alice Cooper's song "I'm Eighteen" for "The Faculty" Soundtrack a in 1998.
* My Own Prison (1997)
* Human Clay (1999)
* Weathered (2001)
* Greatest Hits (2004)
* Full Circle (2009)
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