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My Own Prison

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Creed 6/24/1997

Review

Originally released on the band's own label, Creed's debut album, My Own Prison, was re-released on Wind-Up Records in a remixed form. The remix was designed to accentuate the group's powerful post-grunge sound so it could find a crossover audience. Evidently, the gambit was successful since the album became a platinum hit shortly after the title track was issued as a single. Creed don't have an original or distinctive sound -- they basically fall into the category of post-Seattle bands who temper their grunge with a dose of Live earnestness -- but they work well within their boundaries. At their best, they are a solid post-grunge band, grinding their riffs out with muscle; at their worst, they are simply faceless. The best moments of My Own Prison suggest they'll be able to leave post-grunge anonymity behind and develop their own signature sound. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Torn Creed 6:23
  3. 2 Ode Creed 4:56
  4. 3 My Own Prison Creed 4:58
  5. 4 Pity for a Dime Creed 5:30
  6. 5 In America Creed 4:57
  7. 6 Illusion Creed 4:35
  8. 7 Unforgiven Creed 3:36
  9. 8 What's This Life For Creed 4:5
  10. 9 Sister Creed 4:54
  11. 10 One Creed 5:0

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