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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: September 14, 2019 at 4:22|
|Upon hitting radio in the fall of 1997, Creed almost immediately became overexposed. They quickly replaced Live for the most overrated, undeserving band to be heard every hour on rock radio. Scott Stapp was a blatant Vedder/Weiland clone, and the band came off as laughably earnest, in a sea of overly earnest alt-rock bands. Being completely fair, Creed were not without talent. By '97 mainstream rock standards, some of the deep cuts, like 'Unforgiven" are quite heavy, and Stapp does have a strong voice, as bland and derivative as his sound is. Of the four overplayed singles, "Torn" is the best. A big part of the problem, aside from their glaringly unoriginal sound, was that I, and many others, felt like this band was being pushed on us. I never knew anyone who would admit to thinking they were more than just okay, but they were inescapable almost from the word go. Twenty years on, this is tolerable in small doses, but is useful mostly as a relicc from my senior year of high school.
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