Has anybody else considered the juxtaposition of being a God-complex rock star like Scott Stapp? Look, more power to them for trying to lead Christian lives as rock stars, but the last thing Christianity needs for self-promotion is a band pumping out the same sound on every album. Not as bad as Blink182 mind you(or their just-hitting the charts clone, New Found Glory) but the message of god should not come from the mouth of an Eddie Vedder sound a like.
When I listen to Creed, I think of Jack Chick serials. That's either extremely sad, or it's one of the funnier recurring experiences I have when I listen to the radio. Flip a coin, take your pick. Anyone else have the same happen to them?
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