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A Great Album. Period

People don't give this album a chance or the respect that it deserves. It is not a Creed album, but it has many aspects from Creed songs. However, Scott's first solo attempt is an amazing effort on his part and deserves recognition. Certain songs like "Reach Out", "Hard Way", "Fight Song", and "Justify" are all very reminiscant of My Own Prison. "Let Me Go" is, in my opinion, the weakest track on the album, yet it still has a message to be taken from it. The next two tracks are "Surround Me" and "The Great Divide". These are the two most powerful tracks here. "Surround Me" sounds like a mixture of "With Arms Wide Open", "Don't Stop Dancing", and "One Last Breath". A truly amazing song. The title track, "The Great Divide", really sounds like a continuation of "Higher", and that's a VERY good thing. "Sublime" sounds like it is geared towards Scott's former band members, and sounds very hopeful. "You Will Soar" was written for Scott's son and conveys a message of hope to all. And finally, the album ends with "Broken". A beautiful song that you can tell by the way he sings it that Scott is giving his all here. You can hear the pain and loss in his voice as he tells the world that he is a broken man. Very moving and very powerful. So, all in all, this album really does Scott justice. When Creed broke up, it was a tough time for all the band members. Scott conveyed his loss in this album. Yet he also manages to show the brighter side of things and reminds us all that even when times look bleakest, there is always hope. And that is a great message to send out.

Classic Stapp

Forget what the user above calls it. Dud is not a word I would care to use to rate this album. If you love Scott Stapp's soulful voice, you will love this album. I always thought his voice is what made Creed as good as they were when he was the front man. This album will not disappoint.


This is a great album, deffinately worth buying. Great songwritter and singer. This album is great from beginning to end, I reccomend you buy the whole thing! And to the guy who said this is outdated music, this came out in 2005, you wrote a review in 2009, you're outdated and look at alot of the music now-a-days, you have to rely on reunions or some favorites that haven't came out with new material in a long while.


Born: August 8, 1973 in Orlando, FL

Genre: Rock

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

As the lead singer of Creed, Scott Stapp achieved great success but he also wound up as something of the whipping boy for post-grunge, receiving scorn for his guttural growls and rock star moves. He may have suffered innumerable slings and arrows but at the turn of the millennium, he was arguably the biggest rock singer in the United States, as Creed's first three albums -- 1997's My Own Prison, 1999's Human Clay, and 2001's Weathered -- all went platinum many times over as they generated hits like...
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