Creed’s ‘My Own Prison’ making vinyl debut for album’s 25th anniversary

Craft Recordings

Creed‘s My Own Prison is coming to vinyl for its 25th anniversary.

The “Higher” outfit’s debut album, which has never before been available on wax, will get the LP treatment on December 2.

Released in August 1997, My Own Prison put Scott Stapp and company on the map with singles including “One,” “Torn,” “What’s This Life For” and the title track. Creed then broke out big with their 1999 follow-up, Human Clay, which spawned the singles “Higher,” “With Arms Wide Open” and “What If,” and is now certified Diamond by the RIAA. My Own Prison is certified six-times Platinum.

Creed’s most recent album is 2009’s Full Circle, and the band’s been on hiatus since 2013. Stapp has since released two solo records, while members Mark Tremonti, Scott Phillips and Brian Marshall have continued to play with Myles Kennedy in Alter Bridge.

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