Creed‘s debut album “My Own Prison” will be reissued in vinyl for the first time in honor of its 25th anniversary

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My Own Prison is the debut studio album by American rock band Creed, released in 1997 and put the band on the map with singles including “One”, “Torn”, “What’s This Life For” and the title track.

The album was released independently by the band’s record label Blue Collar Records on June 24, 1997, but then was released by Wind-up Records on August 26, 1997. Manager Jeff Hanson matched Creed up with John Kurzweg, and My Own Prison was recorded for $6,000, funded by Hanson. Creed then achieved further fame with their 1999 follow-up, Human Clay, which spawned the singles Higher, With Arms Wide Open and What If.

The band’s has been on hiatus since 2013. Vocalist Scott Stapp has since released two solo records, while band members Mark Tremonti, Brian Marshall and Scott Phillips have continued to play with Myles Kennedy in Alter Bridge.

The reissue will be released on December 2.

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