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Human Clay (2Lp)
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Vinyl, 11 October 2019
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- Product Dimensions : 31.6 x 31.29 x 0.51 cm; 477.97 Grams
- Manufacturer : THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
- Original Release Date : 2019
- Label : THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
- ASIN : B07VW3Y4FY
- Number of discs : 2
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Though the Tallahassee, FL-based band had already found enormous success on the rock charts with their multiplatinum-selling 1997 debut, 1999's Human Clay would make them mainstream stars. Driven by the anthemic, first single "Higher," Human Clay debuted at Number One on the Billboard 200, and Creed quickly became one of the biggest bands in the world. "Higher" spent a whopping 57 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at Number Seven.
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Why has anyone raved about this band?
A long tedious hour + wasted listening to this.
If you are a fan of ‘Alter Bridge’ or ‘Tremonti’ then this is probably up your street, for those who like their music with a bit of get up and go then this is to be avoided.
Track time just under 65 ½ mins.
Most of the songs are really interesting in a consistent rock/grunge style and there are very few fillers unlike alter bridge who in
my mind need to make their minds up to whether or not they want to be a hard rock band or a soft rock/lighters in the air band,so
give this album a go and you wont be disappointed.
Not that anything on this record feels rushed however, "Human Clay" is a superb collection of hard rock, maintaining a certain mainstream appeal but at the same time powerful and melodic.
Lead single "Higher" was a perfect choice for first single, but the masterstroke on this record was the track "With Arms Wide Open" which is probably one of the best power ballads ever written and helped Creed reach an ever widening audience.
In fact, "With Arms Wide Open" won a Grammy in 2001 for best rock song.
Elsewhere "Human Clay" continues to shine, "Was Away Those Years" is another very moving song and could easily in my view have been a single.
Creed had set themselves a very high standard with this record, it's pretty much a modern rock classic and if you haven't heard it yet, then I strongly advise you do.
Even ten years later, it still sounds fresh and relevant.