Creed’s Debut Album ‘My Own Prison’ To Be Reissued On Vinyl For 25th Anniversary

Creed’s Debut Album ‘My Own Prison’ To Be Reissued On Vinyl For 25th Anniversary

Creed‘s debut album My Own Prison is set to be reissued on vinyl in celebration of the record’s 25th anniversary.

The album’s first-ever release on vinyl will drop on December 2 via Craft Recordings.

My Own Prison was initially 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. The multi-platinum-selling hard rock classic features the chart-topping hits “Torn,” “What’s This Life For,” “One,” and “My Own Prison.”

In addition to vinyl release, Creed fans can also find the album in a variety of limited-edition, exclusive variants, including opaque orange via Revolver, metallic silver via Walmart, and root beer vinyl, available only on Craft Recordings official webstore.

(Photo: Craft Recordings)

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