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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Getting right back to where they started from, Creed reunite for Full Circle, putting all tensions to rest and cutting their first album in eight years. Full Circle is a none-too-subtle allusion to how they're getting back to their beginnings, but this bears some subtle differences, particularly in how Creed sound heavier yet more open than they did in the past. There's more air within the ballads, more skill in their attack, a looseness to their playing that allows them to take a stab at white-boy blues on the title track. "Full Circle" is one of several songs built on prominent acoustic guitar, an indication of the greater color palette here than on earlier ...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Getting right back to where they started from, Creed reunite for Full Circle, putting all tensions to rest and cutting their first album in eight years. Full Circle is a none-too-subtle allusion to how they're getting back to their beginnings, but this bears some subtle differences, particularly in how Creed sound heavier yet more open than they did in the past. There's more air within the ballads, more skill in their attack, a looseness to their playing that allows them to take a stab at white-boy blues on the title track. "Full Circle" is one of several songs built on prominent acoustic guitar, an indication of the greater color palette here than on earlier albums like Human Clay.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/26/2009
  • Label: Wind-Up
  • UPC: 601501318726
  • Catalog Number: 13187

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Overcome (3:47)
  2. 2 Bread of Shame (3:56)
  3. 3 A Thousand Faces (4:54)
  4. 4 Suddenly (3:31)
  5. 5 Rain (3:28)
  6. 6 Away in Silence (4:40)
  7. 7 Fear (4:05)
  8. 8 On My Sleeve (4:14)
  9. 9 Full Circle (4:08)
  10. 10 Time (5:55)
  11. 11 Good Fight (3:55)
  12. 12 The Song You Sing (4:08)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Creed Primary Artist
Howard Benson Keyboards
Scott Phillips Drums, Group Member
Scott Stapp Vocals, Group Member
Mark Tremonti Guitar, Group Member
Brian Marshall Bass, Group Member
Scott Phillips Drums
Technical Credits
Tony Adams Drum Technician
Howard Benson Programming, Producer
Paul DeCarli Digital Editing
Ted Jensen Mastering
Mike Plotnikoff Engineer
Daniel Tremonti Art Conception
Jim Cooperman Music Business Affairs
Hatsukazu "Hatch" Inagaki Engineer
Marc VanGool Guitar Techician
Ian Keith Guitar Techician
Andrew Schubert Engineer
Kim Youngberg Music Business Affairs
Brad Townsend Engineer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Outstanding !

    Another powerful album that truly gets better with every play. This is a must buy for any Creed fan or anyone that appreciates the genre. I also saw Creed during their tour this past summer and it was an amazing show. Stapp's energy and enthusiasm was 100% through the last song and the entire band sounded tremendous. One of the top five concerts I've seen in 20+ years of live music.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    Great CD!!!!!

    I love Creed and I've been listening to them since middle school. There's no doubt that Creed has definitely changed since their Weathered cd. Nevertheless,this new studio release is just as profound, moving, and emotional. My favorite songs are "A Thousand Faces", "Suddenly", "On My Sleeve", "Away In Silence", "Overcome", and "Time". This CD is definitely worth the money if your looking for rock music filled with emotion and passion.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Disagree with other review about live show

    I disagree with the other review about Creed's live performance. I was at the Las Vegas show at "The Joint" at the Hard Rock. They were on fire! They didn't seem like they were anywhere near done.

    From the things Stapp was saying, they sound very grateful to be back and not taking their success for granted any more. I live in one of the cities where they canceled their show a decade or so ago. They rescheduled and then canceled that show, too. I was angry, but this tour and show has totally redeemed them in my eyes. I will be attending any show within reach.

    They were very well received by the audience, and after the show, everyone looked like they were ready for more--they couldn't get enough.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    CREED IS BACK!

    It is nice to see the guys getting along. I give this album 5 stars because the music is great! I also bought the bonus CD at ITunes for the additional song "Silent Teacher" which really should have been on the regular album and replaced the song "Good Fight". The best songs are "A Thousand Faces", "Overcome", "Full Circle", and "On My Sleeve". Mark finally gets to do a Creed album that allows for more intuitive guitar solo's and altered tunings instead of 3 or 4 chord rock. The songs flow well and I would recommend this to others.

    However, with all that being said I do feel this is truly the end of Creed. I saw them in Birmingham, AL a few weeks ago and Scott sounded terrible. He did not have the studio effects backing him up. Mark does not seem interested and I guess is just trying to bide time until he can get back to Alter Bridge. I don't think he enjoys playing the simple Creed songs. Alter Bridge's music is 100% more dynamic and Myles can sing circles around Stapp. The "Full Circle" tour flopped mainly because their stupid label, Wind-Up, wanted them to tour before a new album. How dumb. They could not play a lot of new material because nobody had heard it and you just stood their waiting for songs everybody knew. Stapp seems to finally be in a good place mentally. Unfortunately he alienated so many fans that Creed will never recover and always be a joke to many.

    Glad to see Mark's brother do another great CD cover art design. All in all the music is great and if Creed continues I will buy and support them. The bottom line is they need a real record label that will promote them like they deserve.

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