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Scott Stapp

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Purpose for Pain Scott Stapp 03:18
What I Deserve (feat. Yiannis Papadopoulos) Scott Stapp, Yiannis Papadopoulos 04:26
Justify Scott Stapp 05:23
Broken Scott Stapp 04:16
Only One Scott Stapp 04:46
Survivor Scott Stapp 03:20
Face of the Sun Scott Stapp 03:09
Surround Me Scott Stapp 04:35
Higher Power Scott Stapp 03:47
The Great Divide Scott Stapp 04:01

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Scott Stapp rose to fame as the frontman of Creed, one of the best-selling bands of the post-grunge era. Formed in 1994, the group dominated American airwaves for nearly decade, with songs like 1998's "What's This Life For," 1999's "Higher," 2000's Grammy-winning "With Arms Wide Open," and 2001's "My Sacrifice" all topping the Mainstream Rock chart. Stapp enjoyed success as a solo artist after Creed disbanded in 2004, and briefly reunited with his former bandmates for one final album, 2009's Full Circle. Born in August 8, 1973, in Orlando, Florida, Stapp later moved to Tallahassee to study law at Florida State University. His academic plans were permanently shelved once he formed Creed with three classmates, and the band released its multi-platinum debut, My Own Prison, in 1997. Human Clay followed in 1999, selling more than 11 million copies in America alone, with Weathered appearing in 2001. Stapp released a popular solo album, 2005's The Great Divide, during Creed's five-year breakup, and resumed his solo career with 2013's Proof of Life and 2019's The Space Between the Shadows. Meanwhile, he also joined the hard-rock supergroup Art of Anarchy in 2016, replacing the late Scott Weiland as the band's frontman and co-writing all 10 tracks on the band's 2017 album, The Madness.