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11-29-2005, 20:50
WOW! Have you guys and gals listened to the new Scott Stapp (ex CREED) cd? One word describes this cd. AWESOME! WoW! If you didnt know any better you wouldnt know that it wasnt all the members CREED.;P $9.95 at Wal Mart. Also buy the Creed collectors edition.;c~2

12-01-2005, 09:47

Maybe rocker Scott Stapp - former front man for the very pious Christian rock band Creed - was possessed by Satan when he showed up for a taping of the Spike TV show "Casino Cinema" on Tuesday afternoon.

According to multiple sources on the set, the 32-year-old Stapp appeared intoxicated when he arrived at the show's upper East Side studio and proceeded to terrorize hosts Beth Ostrosky and Steve Schirripa, the producers and the crew members alike with his boorish and vulgar antics on- and off-camera.

Stapp - who just released his first solo album, "The Great Divide" - was there as a guest co-host on the weekly program, which plays a movie with intermittent breaks of studio chatter and interactive casino games.

"From the moment he walked into the studio, he was rude, belligerent and drunk," reports a Lowdown spy. "With Beth, he was nothing but extremely mean, sexist and an all-around jerk."

Another source says that even with his publicist in tow, Stapp cursed "every other word," called a female executive producer a "b-," constantly flipped the bird, and referred to Ostrosky - better known as Howard Stern's longtime girlfriend - as a "bimbo."

Stapp also couldn't resist taking swipes at his more famous rock colleagues. "I met [U2's] Bono and The Edge, and Bono was an a- to me," he declared, before insulting Foo Fighters front man Dave Grohl's manhood as "freaking little."

When a crew member accidently bumped into him on the set and quickly said he was sorry, Stapp snapped, "Yeah, you better f-ing be."

Says one spy, "Beth and Steve were total professionals about it, and did everything to make sure the show got taped."

Reps for Stapp and Ostrosky did not respond to detailed messages yesterday, but viewers can see Stapp's bad behavior for themselves - with appropriate bleeps, of course - when the show airs Dec. 6

12-01-2005, 18:06
or how bout this:

12/01/2005 18:36:43 EST
Rock Band 311, Stapp Fight in Baltimore
Associated Press Writer

BALTIMORE - Former Creed lead singer Scott Stapp and members of the band 311 were involved in a fight on Thanksgiving in the lounge of a luxury hotel, according to hotel security staff and 311 members.

311 were in Baltimore for a weekend concert when several members ran into Stapp earlier that day, band drummer Chad Sexton told The Associated Press. Both Stapp and 311 have the same producer, and Sexton said there were no problems during the first meeting.

But Stapp later came into the Harbor Court Hotel bar while Sexton and bandmates SA Martinez and P-Nut were watching basketball on television. He stepped in front of the screen and said, "311, I am ready to fight," according to Sexton.

Sexton said the band tried to defuse the situation, and Stapp went to the bar to drink. Later, he made "inappropriate" comments to Martinez's wife, and was confrontational with Sexton.

"All of a sudden, he clocked me in the left side of my face," Sexton said. "Then a huge fight broke out."

During the melee, Martinez broke a finger and later went to the hospital to have a cast put on his hand. Security guards eventually broke up the brawl. Police were called, but no arrests were made, according to hotel security.

"It was an unfortunate incident," Sexton said. "We are not brawlers."

Beth Keifetz, vice president of publicity at Stapp's label, Wind-up Records, wouldn't comment on the reports of a fight.

But Jonathan Jordan, director of security at the hotel, said the incident was captured on security cameras. He said Stapp was "attacked" by several members of 311 and that it took two security guards to break up the fight.

"It was definitely started by 311," Jordan said.

Officer Troy Harris, spokesman for the Baltimore Police, said the department didn't have any record of officers responding to the hotel.

Stapp, who won a Grammy Award with Creed in 2000 for the song "With Arms Wide Open," has launched a solo career. He recently released his debut album, "The Great Divide."

311 has released more than a dozen albums since forming in 1988. The band's hit songs include the chart-topping "Down."

12-04-2005, 15:25
great cd i agree

12-05-2005, 06:57
I wouldn't give a bucket of pee for any Creed album or solo efforts from their former band members. They suck out loud.

12-29-2005, 21:18
Stapp has terrible pitch live. Recording and producing him must be a nightmare. His albums have his pitch digitally corrected. Aside from that he is also a loser. I'm pretty much a nobody and even I would murder suicide myself to death if I was Scott Stapp.

12-31-2005, 20:50
Originally posted by maverick-tx
Stapp has terrible pitch live. Recording and producing him must be a nightmare. His albums have his pitch digitally corrected. Aside from that he is also a loser. I'm pretty much a nobody and even I would murder suicide myself to death if I was Scott Stapp.
++++1 ;c

12-31-2005, 21:33
I thought that he sounded good when I saw Creed in concert a couple of years ago.

01-14-2006, 03:04
<------- has on CDs and likes the earlier stuff.

01-14-2006, 03:58
Nickg.I think it may be possible he did all that just to promote his new album.After all there is no such thing as bad publicity for a rock star.If you ask me I always thought creed sucked anyway and I wouldnt wast my hard earned money on his "solo" thing either.Sorry just my .02 cents.