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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: September 14, 2019 at 4:54|
|If it were possible to become even more oversaturated, Creed did so with their second album. My Own Prison was mostly a rock phenomenon, but with Human Clay, they became crossover sensations. "Higher" and 'With Arms Wide Open" were huge pop hits. It's not like they changed their sound all that much - it's the same generally slow-paced, unbelievably self-serious second-generation grunge as it was on the first album. The hooks are sharper and the melodies a little more uplifting. The nadir comes in the form of "With Arms Wide Open," a maudlin ballad for Stapp's son, that he actually sang to him in the delivery room. Unspeakably lame, in other words. Again, there was that feeling that Creed-mania wasn't real: they were everywhere, but no one seemed to like them.
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