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Creed: Greatest Hits


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Creed: Greatest Hits reminds us that the band had many viable radio hits and were also one of the hugest rock acts during the late-‘90s and early-‘00s. When Eddie Vedder and company stopped playing stadium grunge to embark upon artistic evolution, Creed were the ones best at delivering a proven formula to a population of people who preferred familiarity to change. Creed: Greatest Hits starts back in 1997 with the eerie “Torn,” from their debut My Own Prison and the album’s title-track: two semi-ballads that introduced a proficient band borrowing Vedder’s elongated vowel inflections, Alice In Chains’ tortured lyrics, Soundgarden’s Sabbath-inspired riffs, and Stone Temple Pilots’ commercial appeal. True fans will be pleased to find “With Arms Wide Open” here; the suicide-based ballad was the band’s first number-one hit. And bookending with 2002’s “Weathered” makes sense lyrically, as singer Scott Stapp’s haggard sentiment sounds both earnest and honest.

Customer Reviews

The Greatest Rock Band Album

1. Torn- 5/5 A very power-jammed song with a lot of good long notes and a harder rock song makes it great. 2. My Own Prison-4/5 Solid verses and outlaw style guitar, just in a more down mood. 3. What's this Life for? 2/5 What's this song for? 4. One 4/5 Excellent song with fast verses and a great chorus; just a little lengthy. 5. Are you Ready? 2/5 Hard to understand what Stapp's say and a little bit of a mess 6. Higher 4/5 A masterpiece 7. With Arms Wide Open 5/5 Creed's best song. (not in my opinion) 8. What If 4/5 What If I say this song has the best lyrics. 9. One Last Breath 5/5 An epic song which has a mix between soft and hard rock parts...Perfect! 10. Don't Stop Dancing 1/5 Hide should replace this. 11. Bullets 5/5 A very hardcore song for creed with Tremonti's talented guitaring. 12. My Sacrifice 4/5 Good. 13. Weathered 3/5 It is a fair song with a good chorus, but Tremonti isn't showing his full pontential.


WOW this CD is amazing! I bought it the first time i heard it. If you have a any good taste in music, this is a CD for you

These Songs Show Creeds Excellence.

1. Torn 7/10 2. My Own Prison 7/10 3. What's This Life For 7/10 4. One 8/10 5. Are You Ready 6/10 6. Higher 9/10 7. With Arms Wide Open 8/10 8. What If 7/10 9. One Last Breath 9/10 10. Don't Stop Dancing 9/10 11. Bullets 7/10 12. My Sacrifice 8/10 13. Weathered 8/10


Formed: 1995 in Tallahassee, FL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

During the late '90s, Creed emerged from a sea of post-grunge contenders to become one of the decade's biggest-selling rock bands. At a time when many other Seattle disciples were lapsing into inactivity or experimenting with less commercial sounds, Creed carried the torch of straightforward, grungy hard rock without apology — and they were amply rewarded, selling millions upon millions of albums in just a few years' time. That success didn't translate into critical acclaim, however. Many reviewers...
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