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Old 04-09-2004, 10:08 AM   #16
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IMO you're a sell out as soon as you set foot into a studio

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Yes, you can like Britney if you want to.
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Not saying, of course, that anyone else has to like Creed, but it's a little ironic, seeing that this is a forum on a U2 site and Scott Stapp has actually said U2 is one of their influences...
Just a comment, that's all...
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Not saying, of course, that anyone else has to like Creed, but it's a little ironic, seeing that this is a forum on a U2 site and Scott Stapp has actually said U2 is one of their influences...
Just a comment, that's all...
I could never understand the deep hatred for Creed here myself. I wouldn't say I am a fan, but I don't dislike them at all and don't see what's so awful about them. They're better than all those crap rapmetal bands out there and the whiney, moaney pop songs. My Own Prison and What's This Life For are songs with a good message, and I can relate to some of the lyrics more than I can anything my Radiohead or some of the other things that are so popular with the people who bash Creed.

Yes, he did list U2 as an influence, and I can see that. They are an ambiguously religious band, as U2 has been at times (UTEOTW for example) with a message, what's wrong with that? A lot of people picked on Scott for trying to look like JT Bono, but there are much worse looks he could have copied He looks a lot hotter than Linkin Park! Scott Stapp in a pair of tight assed leather pants
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I like that new blink-182 song 'i miss you'.

i think it's great.

bar whatever his name's vocals.

other than that, it's excellent.
haha, really?

i haven't heard it. honestly, after liking...i forgot what it's called...the first single off that album. 'feeling this'. that's it. after liking that i've been afraid to hear any of the other songs in the event that i might actually like them. and since i still don't hate 'adam's song'...

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aside from the rest of the stuff on that album, not really. we got something in at the radio station that went striaght into the garbage after previewing the first track.
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blink also does a song called, I want to fuck a dog in the ass
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blink also does a song called, I want to fuck a dog in the ass
Do they REALLY mean dog though?
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"My Own Prison" is actually a pretty good record. After that though.....
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I bet you mean Alan Lomax instead of John Lomax

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Not saying, of course, that anyone else has to like Creed, but it's a little ironic, seeing that this is a forum on a U2 site and Scott Stapp has actually said U2 is one of their influences...
Just a comment, that's all...
You can like Creed all you want that's your prerogative, but just because someone lists U2 as an influence doesn't make them good.

I don't see it as ironic at all, I think Creed has bastardized what U2 is to music. They tried to be the hard rock U2. There's a differnce between immitation and influence. Just my $.02
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