Scott Stapp STP?

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    Their tweet denying this is maybe the only thing they have ever done that I have enjoyed.
     
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    Jesus.

    (and you can take that any of several different ways)
     
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    The dude from Bush?
     
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    Gavin actually has some talent.
     
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    I remember watching an interview with him where he described some of the music he loved growing up, and I felt like we had quite a bit in common in terms of musical taste. Then he played one of those Bush songs from the 90s, and I was reminded why I tried not to listen to them.
     
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    Kind of like hearing EVH play the blues, after blessing all over Clapton...
     
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    Bush had 5 or 6 really good songs, but they got caught in that post-grunge wash where anything that wasn't wheedly-wheedly was automagically a Pearl Jam rip off (see: Pilots, Stone Temple).

    Greedy Fly and Machinehead were, IMO, cool songs with an angular approach.
     
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    I think Stapps voice was pretty good on the early Creed records, i know guys around here like to bust his chops a little (not just you lol) but guys in general but il stand by that statement, his voice was pretty powerful on those early records and fit the songs

    I actually like his voice, flame on



    PS... He would NOT be a good fit for STP, move on to someone else
     
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    He had a good voice, but I always thought of him as a miscast crooner. The way he'd sit on some notes reminded me of a theater group production of Camelot. He reminds me of my grandparents Bob Goulet records.

    My quibble with Creed wasn't his voice - it has power - nor was it Tremonti. It was more the general vein they chose to mine.
     
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    I still can't believe they released that live DVD shot at the Woodlands without fixing the vocals . . . or maybe they did.
     
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    I think Stapp is going to be on that Art of Anarchy project that Weiland was involved with. Probably go on the road as the singer.

    Also, STP were no Pearl Jam rip offs. That's so lame and cliche.
     
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    So does the guy from Nickelback.
     
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    stapp with STP would be epic
     
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    I'm actually kind of hoping for a Stapp led STP.

    Maybe it's not specifically STP, maybe Talk Show or Army of Anyone.

    Hell, can we really trust STP's tweet anyway? We've heard for months that Jon Snow was dead, and, well.....
     
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    This. And they weren't from Seattle either!
     
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    Don't even joke about that.
     
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    Yeah, but we're talking about fronting a great rock band, not cooking at Waffle House, though that does require certain skills.
     

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