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|0.0 ||YoYoMancuso | November 25th 13|
As a brave astronaut once said, a journey of musical torture begins with a single Stapp.
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|2.5 average||Antonius | May 4th 14|
This is a decent effort by Stapp who tries in vain to reverse the bad criticism his personality and previous album so oftenly face. Try to forget the similarities in his voice with Vedder and concentrate on the big picture here. Stapp tries to sing in his own style & insert his own characteristics in the songs. Also the production is quite good. However, he manages yet again to release an average-to-weak album. The songs as far from notable and lack of catchiness. I doubt if he has the ability ever to become a successful solo artist. Apart from "Hit Me More" (probably the best moment in his solo career), "Slow Suicide" and "Dying to Live" there are not many things worth exploring
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|2.5 average||Alex Beebe | November 18th 13|
The only thing this is proof of is that Creed's other members still don't need Stapp, but he is clearly in constant need of them.
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|0.0 ||TheSonomaDude | September 21st 15|
The music video for "Slow Suicide" is pretty funny...watching Stapp getting beat up by a priest and then immediately getting arrested warrants a chuckle. I will never jam this tho, his first album is one of the most horrendous things in existence.
|1.0 awful||Aaron LaClair | November 25th 13|
I remember enjoying some songs on the great divide, so I got this, turned right to Jesus Was A Rockstar, laughed for about five minutes and end of story. Easy 1
|1.0 awful||camdc27 | September 25th 15|
|1.5 very poor||Conor | September 11th 14|
|3.5 great||jybt | January 4th 14|
|1.0 awful||ANJ45 | July 16th 13|
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