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  • Performer: Scott Stapp
  • Album: Proof Of Life
  • FLAC: 1771 mb | MP3: 1915 mb
  • Released: 2013
  • Country: US
  • Style: Pop Rock, Hard Rock
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 827
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Scott Stapp - Proof Of Life album flac

Tracklist

1 Slow Suicide
2 Who I Am
3 Proof Of Life
4 New Day Coming
5 Only One
6 Break Out
7 Hit Me More
8 Jesus Was A Rockstar
9 What Would Love Do
10 Crash
11 Dying To Live

Credits

  • Mastered By – Ted Jensen
  • Mixed By – Chris Lord-Alge
  • Producer – Howard Benson
  • Recorded By – Mike Plotnikoff

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 0150133792 5

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
60150-13403-2 Scott Stapp Proof Of Life ‎(CD, Album) Wind-Up 60150-13403-2 US 2013
60150-13404-2 Scott Stapp Proof Of Life ‎(CD, Album + DVD-V) Wind-Up 60150-13404-2 US 2013
3762181 Scott Stapp Proof Of Life ‎(CD, Album) Wind-Up 3762181 Europe 2014
377 366 8 Scott Stapp Proof Of Life ‎(CD, Album) Magic Records 377 366 8 Poland 2014
60150-13403-2 Scott Stapp Proof Of Life ‎(CD, Album) Wind-Up 60150-13403-2 Australia 2013


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Scott Stapp (born Anthony Scott Flippen, August 8, 1973) is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. Stapp is best known as the lead vocalist and lyricist of the rock band Creed. He has also fronted the band Art of Anarchy and has released two solo albums: The Great Divide (2005) and Proof of Life (2013). Stapp has received several accolades, including numerous RIAA certifications.

Proof of Life (Scott Stapp album). Redirected from Dying to Live (Scott Stapp song)). Proof of Life is the second solo album by American rock singer Scott Stapp. It was released on November 5, 2013. This is the most meaningful record of my career," said Stapp. I've made a lot of messes in my life but I've learned I can take a mess and turn it into a message.

Proof of Life, is the second studio album by American rock singer Scott Stapp released on November 5, 2013. This is the most meaningful record of my career," says Stapp. This album chronicles my struggles, my journey and it's the most honest record I have ever written"

Proof Of Life" lyrics. What’s your proof of life? You can’t deny the truth that hits you right between the eyes. So just name your price. I’ll give anything to justify the reason I’m alive What’s your proof of life? What’s your proof of life? Are you playing the victim When you know that you volunteered? No excuse for your sickness, It’s your choices that got you here.

Scott Stapp has been hard at work in the studio and his new solo album 'Proof of Life' is set to drop on Nov. 5. Leading up to its release, Loudwire is teaming up with Stapp to bring you the exclusive album stream (listen below). After listening, it will be easy to see this is a deeply personal record for the Creed singer. He worked closely with acclaimed producer Howard Benson and mixer Chris Lord-Alge in crafting the effort to fit his creative vision. Proof of Life' is filled with other standouts, as well. The gritty, in-your-face 'Who I Am' is an adrenaline-filled ride. The haunting title track, the anthemic 'New Day Coming' and the triumphant 'Only One' make the early part of the album a success. Meanwhile the beat-driven 'Hit Me More,' the swagger-filled 'Jesus Was a Rockstar' and the powerful 'What Would Love Do' make sure the back half of the disc holds up against the early songs.

Scott Stapp Drops Bombastic Ne. .Released On. 2013-11-05. Published By. ℗ Wind-up Records, a division of Concord Music Group, Inc, Release Type.

The title track of Scott Stapp's second solo album, the former Creed frontman penned the song with Tyler Connolly from Theory of a Deadman. Stapp recalled the story of the tune to Artist Direct: "We got together. We were sitting around. I came in, and I had an idea. I was playing it on guitar. I looked up at the guys and said, 'Do you have any ideas?' Tyler said, 'I've got three words, Proof of Life. I instantly was like, 'Oh yeah!' I ran to the microphone after we laid down a sketch of the music and began to freestyle with that thought process in mind. The song was born then. At the end of the album, when all of the songs were done, it was the perfect fit to summarize what this body of work meant," Stapp continued.

Scott Stapp returns with a solo effort after releasing Full Circle with his band, Creed in 2009. If anyone is even slightly familiar with rock music, it would seem unusual for one to be unaware of Creed, a band that has sold a substantial amount of albums (over 40 million) and garnered what seemed like endless exposure on video channels back in the early 2000s. Creed often had to deal with the criticisms of being compared to other bands or being labeled as a post-grunge endeavor in music. This album chronicles my struggles, my journey and it's the most honest records I have ever written. Proof of Life has notable moments that are found here and there with some tunes that many will appreciate.